Art historian Dennis Lincoln-Park looks at an invention that has without doubt changed the modern world: the printing press.
He demonstrates the workings of a 450 year old model.
Despite it being 'easy to use', Dennis Lincoln-Park is wrong footed by the machine with catastrophic results.
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