All right, this is an old one, but bear with me, it's a very interesting one. "Sculpture: The Human Figure, Greece 478-336 B.C." came out in 1978. It analyzes Hellenic works of art that demonstrates the changing attitude of sculptors toward the human figure and explains that the style of a sculpture does not necessarily relate to the place it was found, because ancient sculptors were itinerant artists working wherever commissions arose throughout the Hellenic world.

Inscriptions, stylistic criteria, and ancient writers' descriptions provide clues to the accurate dating and identification of sculpture. It's part of the "Ancient Greece" series, was produced by the BBC for the British Open University, and was narrated by David Thomson

Commentary: Martin Robertson, Lincoln Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art, University of Oxford.