Tuesday, 7pm, Studio Actor Liev Schreiber narrates this interesting documentary on Michelangelo’s relationship with the Catholic Church. It questions the discrepancies between the statues he created and his descriptions of them in his biography, dictated to a young scribe. His main client, the Holy See, saw in his art a powerful tool for mass communication. But was the great artist tormented by not being able to express his true faith in public? He burned all his notes so no one would know his most intimate thoughts about what he believed the church should become. And when he died in Rome aged 89, on February 18, 1564, why was his body smuggled out of the city under bales of hay? Some critics reckon this is a load of old tosh, but it does raise questions.