3/4. As BBC4's The Art of Italy season continues, Francesco da Mosto charts the development of the city during the 18th century, when its people were fascinated by two things - art and sex. First shown on BBC2
New. Andrew Graham-Dixon examines how the shadowy but ambitious Medici family helped fund the Renaissance that transformed Florence through sculpture, painting and architecture.
See page 90. Simulcast on the BBC HD channel
Crime drama starring Romain Duris as a man who is torn between following his father's life as a thug and becoming a musician. In French with English subtitles. Film of the Day: page 42.
Director Jacques Audiard (2005,15)
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