Decameron

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By Giovanni Boccaccio, translated by Jonathan Dryden Taylor, adapted in three parts by Don Taylor.

1: In 14th-century Florence, ten young aristocrats escape to the country to avoid the Black Death.

To pass the time of their exile, they tell each other stories.

With Roger Allam as Boccaccio, Rebecca Front as Pampinea, and John Grillo as Bernabo.

Director Don Taylor.

With Emilia Fox, David Threlfall and Brigit Forsyth

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By Giovanni Boccaccio, translated by Jonathan Dryden Taylor, adapted in three parts by Don Taylor.

2: In a shaded garden, the subject turns to love.

And the characters in the Florentines' stories are not the only ones to feel their hearts stirring.

With Roger Allam and Rebecca Front.

Director Don Taylor.

With Emilia Fox, David Threlfall and Brigit Forsyth

021998071219980725

By Giovanni Boccaccio, translated by Jonathan Dryden Taylor, adapted in three parts by Don Taylor.

2: In a shaded garden, the subject turns to love.

And the characters in the Florentines' stories are not the only ones to feel their hearts stirring.

With Roger Allam and Rebecca Front.

Director Don Taylor.

With Emilia Fox, David Threlfall and Brigit Forsyth

021998071919980801

By Giovanni Boccaccio, translated by Jonathan Dryden Taylor, adapted in three parts by Don Taylor.

2: In a shaded garden, the subject turns to love - Masetto and the eight nuns, Ferondo's trip to Purgatory and Madonna Braindead's affair with the Angel Gabriel.

But the characters in the Florentines' stories are not the only ones to feel their hearts stirring.

With Roger Allam and Rebecca Front.

Director Don Taylor.

With Emilia Fox, David Threlfall and Brigit Forsyth

The ten Florentines are approaching the end of their storytelling, but there is still time to hear about Peronella and the tub, the abbess's braces, and how a man becomes pregnant.

With Rebecca Front, Richard Hope and Helen Atkinson Wood

031998071919980801

By Giovanni Boccaccio, translated by Jonathan Dryden Taylor, adapted in three parts by Don Taylor.

2: In a shaded garden, the subject turns to love - Masetto and the eight nuns, Ferondo's trip to Purgatory and Madonna Braindead's affair with the Angel Gabriel.

But the characters in the Florentines' stories are not the only ones to feel their hearts stirring.

With Roger Allam and Rebecca Front.

Director Don Taylor.

With Emilia Fox, David Threlfall and Brigit Forsyth

The ten Florentines are approaching the end of their storytelling, but there is still time to hear about Peronella and the tub, the abbess's braces, and how a man becomes pregnant.

With Rebecca Front, Richard Hope and Helen Atkinson Wood

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