For centuries the sex lives of the Ancient Egyptians have been hidden from history, even today some sexual images from Ancient Egypt are still censored by the authorities and concealed deep in the vaults of museum collections. Egyptian Erotica is a fascinating journey back in time to reveal the true story behind sex in Ancient Egypt. We explore the meaning of sexually explicit graffiti, thousands of years old, found on the walls of an ancient limestone tomb near the Valley of the Kings. We recreate, with dramatic computer graphics, what is possibly the world's oldest men's magazine - the Turin Erotic Papyrus. Our journey will also take us to Egypt's fascinating tomb's and temples as we decode the sexual mysteries of the symbols and images within their walls. With breathtaking imagery and contributions from leading experts we will reveal what really went on between the sheets in Ancient Egypt.