Any history buffs out there will like this. It tells the story of the turbulent years around the French Revolution in 1789, as seen through the lens of the art of that time. Art historian Dr Richard Clay will be taking us on the journey, looking at stone masons who pulled down statues outside Notre Dame, and the introduction of coded signs of anti-Christian state legislation outside churches, which still exist today. Interesting stuff, OR it will bore you to tears, but look, you might expand your horizons a bit right?