Through vivid reenactments, meet Jan Hus, John Wycliffe, Martin Luther, and others who defied authority and often paid a high price. Their actions led to the Reformation; its affect on Europe in the late Renaissance is shown.
Seems like this is narrated by Ian Richardson, but I can't prove it. Just very familiar with his unique voice. This short video has quotes you don't find in other Reformation videos. And it is the Reformation, not the Renaissance, which is covered briefly. Scholars apportion the Renaissance differently, so if calling it Renaissance, then 1400's Italy is the reason for the appelation.
Else, what the other reviewers wrote about content, I found accurate. Pity the other folks aren't covered, so look up Wycliffe, Zwingli, Erasmus, Calvin, Melancthon, Knox, even Beza.
This is a bite-size documentary on the efforts of John Wycliffe (English), John Hus (Czech), and Luther (German) to enable their fellow humans to understand God's words in the Bible in their own languages versus in a language that only the Roman catholic church authorities spoke.