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BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, Shakespeare's Life

The In Our Time Listeners' Top 10<p>If you’re new to In Our Time, this is a good place to start.<p>The Matter of the North<p>Melvyn Bragg explores the pivotal role of England's north in shaping modern Britain.<p>In Our Time podcasts<p>Every episode of In Our Time is available to download.<p>Arts and Ideas …

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Shakespearean tragedies visualized through character interactions

<b>Take a look at the visual summaries of the eleven most famous tragedies by William Shakespeare.</b>Are the Shakespearean characters isolated or closely …

Shakespeare Day Live - Shakespeare Lives - BBC

Live Updates<p>We must bid you adieu and round our long day with a sleep.<p>But before we go, here's a reminder of how much longer we'll continue to remember, celebrate and enjoy the words of a certain Mr William Shakespeare.<p>This content only works in the UK.<p>Fare thee well, my friends...<p>Are you sated …

Celebrating William Shakespeare and St. George's Day 2016

Today's Doodle celebrates St. George, the patron saint of England and famous for slaying a dragon. This year he shares the stage with one of the most …

Embracing Atheism After A Wild Journey To Find God

Author Barbara Ehrenreich is known for her work on poverty and other social issues. But her latest book, <i>Living with a Wild God,</i> reveals how she became an atheist.<p>Transcript<p>MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:<p>I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. If you're interested in issues like income …

Losing my religion: the stigma of atheism

Atheists living in a small Virginia town tell The Telegraph why they keep their atheism quiet for fear of being shunned<p>A decade ago, a group non-believers meeting publicly on a university campus like this one at Virgina Tech would have been rare, but over the last five years the number of student …

Globe audience faints at 'grotesquely violent' Titus Andronicus

Five faint after seeing the 'grotesquely violent' Titus Andronicus at Shakespeare's Globe, as theatre-goers warn of feeling sick and sleepless nights<p>With 14 deaths, brutal rape scenes, mutilation and cannibalism, Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus has never been one for the fainthearted.<p>But the …

Shakespeare in the Park’s 2014 Season Set

The Public Theater announced the line-up for this year's Shakespeare in the Park season, continuing the 52-year tradition of free theater in Central …

Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite King Lear?

I have a confession to make. I used to think this Shakespeare's masterpiece. Now, as I get older, I find the weight of suffering it contains almost too much to bear. Don't get me wrong: I've had some memorable evenings at Lear. But the thing we were taught to admire at school – the way the subplot …

What Do YOU Travel For?

Hey, it's RSC alum Noah Brody! MT @FolgerLibrary: Serenading the lady in Two Gentlemen of Verona. #Folger2Gents http://t.co/e8h0EN2QsA

Character Analysis! Proteus from “The Two Gentlemen of Verona”

a different perspective.<p>Shakespeare Unlimited<p>In Two Gentlemen of Verona Proteus proves to be true to his namesake. In mythology, he is the god of …

Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite As You Like It?

I've seen some golden Rosalinds in my time: Vanessa Redgrave (1961), Susan Fleetwood (1980) and Pippa Nixon (2013) all for the Royal Shakespeare Company as well as Maggie Smith at Stratford festival, in Ontario (1977), and Janet McTeer at the Royal Exchange Manchester (1986). But the production …

As You Like It review – 'Shakespeare goes glamping in the Forest of Arden'

I must confess to a bit of a love-hate relationship with Shakespeare's pastoral comedy. I love the idea of it, but I'm often disappointed by it in performance. Andrew Hilton's revival for Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, a company that has done so much to make the bard seem fresh to 21st-century …

Sinéad Cusack: How Jeremy Irons helped me sneak into the RSC

I started out as one of the worst Shakespearean actors – I was a joyless Juliet and the dourest Desdemona. I believed you had to respect Shakespeare, that you couldn't crack a smile, that you had to stand straight, speak out loud and look very serious. I held him in such awe that I wasn't able to …

11 Shakespeare Movies Improved By Danny Dyer

Double nawty.