There will be blood Andrew Graham-Dixon explores how art in France took a dramatic turn following the French Revolution that…
Drama-documentary series. Dan Snow explores the political intrigues and family betrayals between the Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans that led to war.
Some of the VTs I’ve edited for the BBC’s FILM SHOW.
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…
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 revealing new look at the abdication crisis of 1936 through the eyes of the two women at its very heart. In a series of dramatised monologues set in 1967, Elizabeth the Queen Mother and Wallis Simpson look back at the dramatic events which led to King Edward VIII giving up the throne for the woman he loved.
A short piece I edited for the Academy Awards 2016.
A short video inspired by the film “Boyhood” and its trailer. A way to introduce myself, my family, my friends, my passions, my life.
Sir Roy Strong is the man who made museums fashionable. In his own words, “a young man from nowhere, who went somewhere!”
Islamic extremists have banned music in Mali, but its world famous musicians wont give up without a fight. They Will Have To Kill Us First tells the story of Malis musicians, as they fight for their right to sing.
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
Jeremy Paxman traces the story of the dramatic early stages of the war, from stunned disbelief to the mass recruitment of volunteer soldiers.
Fiona Bruce follows Falklands War hero Simon Weston over three months, as he becomes the first person chosen by the public to be painted for the National Portrait Gallery.
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores how a group of 19th-century architects and artists spurned the modern age and turned to Britain’s medieval past to create iconic works and buildings.
Simon Schama celebrates the masterpieces of the last years to coincide with the National Gallery’s major exhibition on late Rembrandt.
Sir Nicholas Hytner interviews living legend and playwright Alan Bennett on the eve of his 80th birthday. Ranging across 40…
EPISODE 1: ADEVENTURE AND EXPLORATION David Dimbleby sails the south west coast of England – along the coast of Devon…
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…