If there ever was a society that knew a thing or two about drama it was the Ancient Greeks. Classicist Michael Scott heads to their homeland this eve, in order to try and find out how the they first came to discover drama as we know it today. He starts in the capital, Athens, where he discovers that the very first stage plays were actually reactions to real-life events, rather than any form of fictional story-telling. Oh, and believe it or not, it seems as though they were deeply connected to democracy in the city. Political pantomines eh? We know a thing or two about those...