CLICK). Art historian Dr James Fox, looking like a BBC newsreader in his suit and tie, presents his rather obvious thesis that the Renaissance didn't just happen in Italy; it spread throughout Western Europe, especially to Germany, and arrived on British shores with a handful of foreign artists in the early part of the 16th century. Of course the Renaissance wasn't merely an improvement in art. It shrugged off the medieval yoke and brought in fresh ideas to architecture, literature and science. Shown is Holbien's superb drawing of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, when he was about 15 years old. Henry got the chop a few years later. This is one of a collection of Holbien's preparatory drawings kept in Windsor Castle.