Every window tells a story. Part 5, Every day life in the Middle Ages [videorecording] / Nimrod Productions for Channel Four Television (England) ; producer, Richard Beighton ; director, Richard Fawkes ; editor, Alan Ballard.

Title: 
Every window tells a story. Part 5, Every day life in the Middle Ages [videorecording] / Nimrod Productions for Channel Four Television (England) ; producer, Richard Beighton ; director, Richard Fawkes ; editor, Alan Ballard.
Publisher: 
[England] : Channel Four Television Co. Ltd., c1986.
Description: 
1 videodisc (26 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Miller, Malcolm.
Beighton, Richard.
Fawkes, Richard.
Ballard, Alan.
Nimrod Productions.
Channel Four (Great Britain)
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
62127
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Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
Every window tells a story. Part 5. Every day life in the Middle Ages
Holdings Note: 
DVD Digitized Preservation Copy
Variant Title: 
Every day life in the Middle Ages
Notes: 
Title from title frame.
This is the fifth film in the series "Every window tells a story". Each show is narrated by Malcolm Miller, a lecturer at Chartres Cathedral. His emphasis is the interpretation of stained glass windows, and their use in religious instruction. The films do not cover the techniques of making or restoring stained glass.
Associate producer, Nikki Vane ; camera, Michael Miles, Richard Philpott, Ken Singleton ; music composed and performed by Robin Williamson.
Presented by Malcolm Miller.
Stained glass was used not just to tell religious stories, but to depict the people at the time of the creation of the windows. The windows at Chartres include middle class and trades people, such as bakers, butchers, money changers, as well as scenes from the lives of Charlemagne and his nephew Roland.
DVD.