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Renaissance

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Light and Liberty. The penultimate instalment of Andrew Graham-Dixon 's quest focuses on Venice. Founded as a trading centre by refugees, the jewel of the Adriatic became the unlikely source of the greatest painters of light and colour, including Bellini, Titian and Giorgione.
Meanwhile, from the Veneto, the Venetian mainland, came the romance of Arcadia and the magic of Palladian villas. The final part can be seen on Thursday at 7pm.
Producer Jamie Muir ; Executive producer Nicholas Rossiter (S) (w)
Followed by One Man and His Dog -the Previews A profile of experienced Shropshire shepherd Jack Chamberlain and his dog Nell. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Graham-Dixon
Producer: Jamie Muir
Producer: Nicholas Rossiter
Unknown: Jack Chamberlain

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