20/20 How a folio of collected plays in 1623 began the creation of a global phenomenon.
19/20 A human eyeball in a silver setting gives a striking insight into the theatre of cruelty.
18/20 Neil MacGregor surveys the triumphal arches created for James I's entry into London.
17/20 Early 17th-century proclamations reveal the impact of the 1603 plague outbreak.
16/20 A striking clock reveals the changing relationship Shakespeare's audiences had to time.
15/20 The problems in creating a Great Britain are encapsulated in designs for a common flag.
14/20 A pedlar's trunk reveals deception and religion, cross-dressing and travelling salesmen.
13/20 Sunken gold from West Africa sheds light on England's complex relationship with the Moors.
12/20 Neil MacGregor on how a delicate glass goblet reveals the twin seductions of Venice.
11/20 A tabloid history of Shakespeare's England told via contemporary accounts of murder plots.