Five centuries ago, a guy called Martin Luther nailed some ideas to a church door and so began the Reformation. Or perhaps there was a little more to it than that.

You’ve probably been told that the Reformation paved the way for the industrial revolution, religious freedom and lots of other great things. But what actually happened? Who were the key players? Who won and who lost? Who were the heroes and villains?

Informed by in-depth research, historical analysis and state-of-the-art guesswork, unlicensed historian, Nick Page, gives you the chance to get clued up on the wonderful whirlwind that was the church in late medieval Europe.

Join him for a fast-paced scintillating examination of one of the most interesting periods in European history.

About The Speaker

Nick Page

Prized for his skills as a writer, speaker, unlicensed historian, applied ranter and general information-monger, Nick Page has written over 70 books, including The Tabloid Bible, The Longest Week trilogy and A Nearly Infallible History of Christianity which looks at the history of the Christian church through the centuries.