How the Devil Got His Horns: A Diabolical Tale
There is no description of the devil’s appearance in the Bible, so where did the familiar red, horned and tailed figure come from? Art historian Alastair Sooke reveals how the devil’s image was created by artists in the Middle Ages, and why the embodiment of evils appears in different guises: tempter, tyrant and rebellious angel.
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Archaeologist Neil Oliver heads to the shore to explore stories of Australia’s magnificent coastline. Joined by a team of experts in such diverse fields as paleontology, marine ecology...
Grand Tours of Scotland
Back for a third season, Paul Murton takes us on a series of adventures to relive the golden days of Scottish tourism. He travels around one of Scotland’s best-loved holiday...
Historian and author Helen Castor explores how people in the Middle Ages handled life's most fundamental moments of transition: birth, marriage and death. Why was the male world of...
Suggs' Italian Job
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Snapshot: The Art of Photography
This six-part series showcases innovative Canadian photographers from across the creative spectrum.
Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews
An in-depth look at the personal life and work of controversial Canadian writer Mordecai Richler.
One of Our Mines is Missing
On July 5, 1955, a mine laid deep beneath the German trench lines during the First World War detonates in a thunderstorm, leaving a crater 250 feet in diameter and 60...