For those of you in the US who have been asking us about when you can see our series on TV, the wait is over. We’re pleased to announce that starting on Monday November 5, our hit series has its US premiere on the Smithsonian Channel.
How to get an incredible view at the Sistine Chapel and other tips for your visit to the Vatican Museums
I hope you had a chance to catch the full first episode of Museum Secrets: Inside the Vatican Museums on History Television, or you’ve seen the exclusive web content for this episode. But, just in case you’re looking for more on the Vatican Museums, I’ve got that for you.
Our directors for the episode provided us with some insider tips about what you must see, if you go to the Vatican!
Today we’re giving you a look at how episode one Inside the Vatican Museums was created and what obstacles came up. Check out this video with Director Robert Lang, behind the scenes at the Sistine Chapel, as an accompaniment to the first episode of Museum Secrets, which is now up online at History Television Canada’s website.
Today we’re giving you a director commentary to accompany the first episode of Museum Secrets, which airs again tonight at 7 PM ET/PT on History Television Canada. Even if you can’t catch the episode on TV, wherever you are in the world you can watch this exclusive video with Rebecca Snow, Co-Director of Inside the Vatican Museums.
Today’s the day! Museum Secrets premieres tonight on History Television at 10 PM ET/PT. In order to get you in the mood for the first show, read on, for an interview with the Co-Director of Museum Secrets: Inside the Vatican Museums.
An Interview with Rebecca Snow
In anticipation of the Museum Secrets series premiere tomorrow on History Television Canada at 10 PM ET/PT, Robert Lang, Executive Producer, reveals some of the surprising things he found out when he directed the episode airing tomorrow: Inside the Vatican Museums. I asked him to choose just three to tell you about.
You’ll have to tune-in tomorrow to History Television, in order to catch many more of the mysteries we reveal on the episode.
Prior to the nation-wide series premiere of Museum Secrets, this Thursday at 10 PM ET/PT on History Television Canada, I’m giving you a behind the scenes look at creating the first episode: Inside the Vatican Museums.
An interview with Robert Lang
I sat down with Robert Lang, the Executive Producer, to ask him about the episode that he directed with Rebecca Snow.
While working on a story about the Laocoon at the Vatican – part of the first episode in the Museum Secrets series premiering on History Television in January – I started to think about what was possibly one of the greatest art forgery cases in the world. It just so happened to take place in Italy
In modern times, Italy has earned its place as one of the nations with the most art crime in the world. But art forgery is nothing new – The history of forgery in Italy goes way back… to antiquity.