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Stealing Van Gogh

Andrew tells the true story of the greatest art heist of the 21st century.

Art, Passion and Power - the Story of the Royal Collection Ep 4

Andrew Graham-Dixon reveals how women, both queens and consorts, made their mark on the Collection and used art to steady the ship of monarchy through

an uncertain age.

Art, Passion and Power - the Story of the Royal Collection Ep 3

Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the spectacular, extravagant collecting of George IV and the shared artistic passions of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.



Art, Passion and Power - the Story of the Royal Collection Ep 2

Andrew explores the history of the Royal Collection, the dazzling collection of art and decorative objects owned by the Queen. Containing over a million items,

this is one of the largest collections in the World.

With the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, the Royal Collection sprang back into life. This episode follows its fortunes under Charles II and George III.

Art, Passion and Power - the Story of the Royal Collection Ep 1

Andrew explores the history of the Royal Collection, the dazzling collection of art and decorative objects owned by the Queen. Containing over a million items,

this is one of the largest collections in the World. 

In the first episode Andrew marvels at the works acquired by the great founders of the modern Royal Collection - Henry VIII and Charles I.

Art of France - Ep 1

Andrew explores the art of France from the invention of gothic architecture up to the arrival of Classicism and the Age of Enlightenment.

Art of Scandinavia Ep 3

Sweden

In the final instalment we arrive in Sweden - home of Ikea and a tradition of brilliant furniture design stretching back to the early years

of the 20th century.

Art of Scandinavia Ep 2

Denmark
How Denmark became a great power and arbiter of taste in northern Europe - a story of transformation befitting the homeland of Hans Christian Andersen.

Art of Scandinavia Ep 1

Norway

Dark Night of the Soul. Andrew begins the series in Norway.

Secrets of the Mona Lisa

Andrew investigates the world's most famous, and most mysterious painting - the Mona Lisa.

Italy Unpacked 3 - Ep 3

The Merchants of Venice

Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli explore the culture and cuisine of the east coast of Italy. The last leg of their journey is in the

Veneto region.

Italy Unpacked 3 - Ep 2

To the Centre of the Earth

Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli explore the culture and cuisine of the east coast of Italy. They visit the regions of Le Marche and Umbria.

Italy Unpacked 3 Ep 1

From the Stones to the Stars

Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli explore the culture and cuisine of the east coast of Italy. They visit Matera, a Unesco world heritage site.

Art of Gothic Ep 3

Blood for Sale

The language of Gothic came to encapsulate the 20th century's horrors, from Marx's analysis of capitalism to Conrad's dark vision of imperialism.

Art of Gothic Ep 2

The City and the Soul

As the Industrial Revolution promised more inexplicable wonders of the modern world, Gothic art and literature became both backward and forward looking.



Art of Gothic Ep 1

Andrew explores how the gothic revival influenced popular art, architecture and literature.

British Art at War - Ep 3

David Bomberg

Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the story of David Bomberg, the startlingly original British painter who died in obscurity over 50 years ago.

British Art at War - Ep 2

Walter Sickert

Andrew Graham-Dixon tells the story of artist Walter Sickert, who understood that the theatre of war was not confined to the trenches.

The Secret of Drawing - Ep 1

Body and Soul

From the renaissance to Richard Long, AGD explores how drawing has helped people to understand their place in the universe.

The Secret of Drawing - Ep 2

AGD examines Florence's claim to be the cradle of the renaissance.

The Secret of Drawing - Ep 4

Drawing by Design

Andrew continues to explore the art of drawing, beginning in Las Vegas with Mark Fisher...

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