Some of the VTs I’ve edited for the BBC’s FILM SHOW.
There will be blood Andrew Graham-Dixon explores how art in France took a dramatic turn following the French Revolution that … More
A short piece I edited for the BBC’s “FILM 2017” about the Oscar nominations.
An extended half hour interview with Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons as they walk around the latest Koon’s exhibition. For … More
In the final installment of Andrew Graham-Dixon’s journey through Scandinavian art, we arrive in Sweden— home of IKEA and a tradition of brilliant furniture design stretching back to the early years of the 20th century.
A short piece I edited for the Academy Awards 2016.
Sir Roy Strong is the man who made museums fashionable. In his own words, “a young man from nowhere, who went somewhere!”
Dan Cruickshank returns to his childhood home of Warsaw for the first time in almost 60 years. In a personal and moving film, he recalls his boyhood memories to explore the memories of the city and the memories of its people
Simon Schama celebrates the masterpieces of the last years to coincide with the National Gallery’s major exhibition on late Rembrandt.
EPISODE 1: ADEVENTURE AND EXPLORATION David Dimbleby sails the south west coast of England – along the coast of Devon … More
The Manor REBORN” (2012) THE MANOR REBORN (Factual/Obs – BBC 1)
Shakespeare was in love with Italy. Following the trail of his imagination, Francesco da Mosto hosts this beautiful travelogue exploring … More
Written and hosted by British journalist David Dimbleby, “Seven Ages of Britain” traces 2,000 years of the country’s history through … More
Fiona Bruce traces the story of one of history’s great royal love affairs: the love between Queen Victoria and Prince … More
Jeremy Paxman continues his exploration of the Victorian world by entering the typical Victorian home, a haven of order, respectability … More
Beauty Historian and writer Dan Cruickshank celebrates architecture as a creative force as he explores the world’s greatest cities, buildings … More
The series follows Venetian architect Francesco da Mosto as he follows the historical trading route from Venice through the Adriatic Sea, Corinth Canal, Aegean Sea and the Dardanelles to Istanbul.
Francesco da Mosto sets off to travel the length and breadth of Italy in a classic Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider
Episode 1: The East: A New Dawn David Dimbleby journeys through Britain, and through 1,000 years of our history, to … More
The flamboyant Renaissance artist Raphael Santi stands accused of having the sexual mores of a Premiership footballer and the political … More