15 x 30 mins
Cambridge historian Paul Binski makes a journey through the history of religious art and architecture. Binski's story takes us from Roman, Saxon and Norman churches to the building of the great Gothic cathedrals, to the Renaissance and beyond. But this is more than a history of religous art and architecture. It is an exploration of religious belief. Because for Paul Binski, these elements are part of the same glorious story.
'A winning combination of academic gravitas and bitchy frivolity.' - Sunday Times
'A fascinating account of religous art and architeture.' - The Observer
'Really enjoyable stuff.' - Time Out