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,
In the first episode Andrew marvels at the works acquired by the great founders of the modern Royal Collection - Henry VIII and Charles I.
Andrew explores the art of France from the invention of gothic architecture up to the arrival of Classicism and the Age of Enlightenment.
Andrew explores how the gothic revival influenced popular art, architecture and literature.
From the renaissance to Richard Long, AGD explores how drawing has helped people to understand their place in the universe.
Andrew explores the art of Paul Nash, whose work was profoundly affected by his personal experience of war.
Andrew comes face to face with an extraordinary collection of sophisticated alien-like bronze masks created nearly four millennia ago, and travels to the Yellow River
Andrew and Giorgio journey along the east coast of Italy, beginning at Matera, a Unesco world heritage site.
Andrew begins in Ghent Cathedral with the magnificent altarpiece by the Van Eyck brothers. In Episode 1 - Dream of Plenty, he explores how the
Andrew examines how a period of economic boom - driven by a secular middle class - led to the Dutch golden age of the 17th
Andrew shows how the Low Countries rose again, with artists like Van Gogh, Mondrian and Magritte.
A Culture Show Special - Andrew travels to Norhtern Spain to visit some of the world's oldest works of art...
The first episode of what turned into a four-series (so far) adventure for Andrew and Georgio!
Basilicata, Matera, Puglia and Ruvo
The second leg of the journey takes Andrew and Giorgio to the heart of Italy - Le Marche and Umbria.
Andrew and Giorgio end series exploring the Veneto in north eastern Italy and the Dolomites.
Andrew tells the story of Russian art, from the origins of the Russian icon to political revolution.
How visionary artists and architects helped take America out of Europe's shadow.