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  1. “The Borgias” is the “Our Family Honor” of haute TV, but much more fun to watch. The part, BBC miniseries, opulently produced and lush with decadence, is airing now not on public.
  2. Apr 12,  · The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking. A list of BBC episodes and clips related to "House of Borgia".
  3. Watched this years ago when BBC originally transmitted the series. It's a pity they didn't make either a longer series or several series so they could go into more depth. The story of the Borgias themselves as portrayed here was pretty accurate (which makes a change) but it tended to be a little disjointed and would be quite hard to follow if Reviews:
  4. Joy wrote: "Start with THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LUCREZIA BORGIA by Maria Bellonci. It doesn't seem to have made it to this list, probably because it was first translated to English in " Everybody can add books to lists on GR -- there's a tab up top next to "all votes." So if you've read the book and think it should be included here, do add it!
  5. The Borgias (–) Series Cast & Crew. Directed by (7) Writing credits (3) Cast () Produced by (14) Music by (1) Cinematography by (3) Film Editing by (3) Casting By (5) Production Design by (2) Art Direction by (9) Set Decoration by (4) Costume Design by (1) Makeup Department (31).
  6. Explore releases from the 40 Years Of Television label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for 40 Years Of Television releases.
  7. Aug 14,  · I n , the BBC aired a historical TV series called The Borgias, about Rodrigo Borgia, his successful bid to become Pope (Alexander VI), and .
  8. The Borgias is a British television drama serial produced by the BBC in , in association with the Second Network of the Italian broadcaster pakmonafiratgitharawingwhoterca.xyzinfo series, produced by Mark Shivas, was set in Italy during the 15th century and told the story of Rodrigo Borgia (played by Adolfo Celi) – the future Pope Alexander VI – and his family, including his son Cesare (Oliver Cotton) and daughter.

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