Neil MacGregor focuses on the work of Dürer (1471-1528), the defining artist of Germany.
12/15 In the 1950s, Teddy Boys aped and subverted the styles of their social superiors.
2/5 How Paul Robeson used the transatlantic telephone cable to sing live to British fans.
Neil MacGregor examines how Johannes Gutenberg's inventions transformed our world.
11/15 Laurence celebrates the stars and the movies that have redefined mens' fashion.
1/5 Aleks Krotoski reveals how telephone exchanges changed young women's working lives.
Black, red and gold become the colours of Germany, and Karl Marx publishes a manifesto.
10/15 How sportswear has influenced men's fashion since the French Revolution.
2/5 Kathy Willis explores our changing relationship with plants.
Neil MacGregor focuses on 19th-century uses of iron, from jewellery to the Iron Cross.
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