Griff retraces the medieval pilgrimage route from Holywell to St Davids.
Medievalist Dr Stephen Baxter looks at the Middle Ages through the eyes of children.
Britain's art from the murder of Thomas Becket in 1170 to the death of Richard II in 1400.
Michael Wood traces the story of a real-life peasant of 14th-century Hertfordshire.
Reconstructing a mysterious medieval building in Wales, 30 years after it was dismantled.
Documentary looking at the clash between luxury and Christianity in medieval Europe.
How the medieval devotion to the Virgin Mary fuelled the anger of the Reformation.
How medieval imagery made a surprise return to Victorian places of worship.
How churches were designed to give medieval people a way to 'escape' death.
How and why parish churches played a crucial role in the everyday life of the Middle Ages.
Clarissa Dickson Wright tracks down Britain's oldest cookbook and traces its influence.
Robert Bartlett examines the way we thought during medieval times.
To our forebears in the Middle Ages, the world could appear mysterious and even enchanted.
Robert Bartlett unearths evidence of the complex passions of medieval men and women.