Dec 30, 2019
Dec 27, 2019
There’s a small piece of art in almost every fridge, even in yours. It’s from the Twenties, the time when an avant-garde artist (Fortunato Depero) and an entrepreneur (Davide Campari) proved that ads could be something more than shouted slogans and that even a tiny, mundane object can be the outstanding product of...
Dec 16, 2019
- 2.10 Ripples and bubbles: the Roman factions and a dissolving empire
- 5.03 The four margraves
- 6.22 The complexity of the papacy
- 8.48 Formosus: controversial and pious
- 10.59 Infallibility, the play
- 11.58 Power, authority and faith: the Cadaver Synod
- 13.08 Reflecting (on) the present: Bush, Obama,...
Dec 13, 2019
Here’s one question you didn’t expect to ever ask yourself: can the Pope take a dead Pope to court? The answer is yes, but be ready for another surprising turn, because the reason why the exhumed Pope’s corpse faces trial isn’t as outlandish as you may presume. In this episode of Italian Culture, we investigate...
Dec 2, 2019
- 1.40 The secret recipe
- 2.27 Inside a Mulassano’s tramezzino
- 4.53 Mulassano before it was Mulassano
- 8.09 VIP customers: legend and truth
- 11.11 Tramezzino: a case study
- 13.17 The shape, the meaning, the origin of the tramezzino
- 15.52 What’s an author's neologism?
- 17.22 Food and cultural...