This episode takes a closer look at one of the treasures of the British Library collection, the Sherborne Missal. Made in the early 1400s, it's a titan of a manuscript, weighing as much as the average five-year-old child and containing more paintings than many art galleries, including numerous tiny portraits of the patrons who commissioned it and the monks who laboured over its decoration.
The episode focuses on the Easter Sunday page, resplendent with intensely coloured images drawn from both the bible and the natural world - and sheltering hairy, combative wodewose in its margins.
To see the high-resolution image, visit www.bbc.co.uk/movingpictures and follow the link to explore the Sherborne Missal.
Interviewees: Kathleen Doyle, Eleanor Jackson, Alixe Bovey, Paul Binski, Patricia Lovett
Listen to the episode here.