May 21, 2007

Will@Warwick – new Shakespeare podcast

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/audio/more/will/

Following on from the History of Symmetry comes the other podcast project I have been working on – Will@Warwick. This is a podcast drawing on Shakespeare research from across the University, bringing in insights from other experts and hopefully providing interesting insights into the works.

The first episode revisits the interview with Jonathan Bate on the Complete Works and also features an interview by Dominic Dean with the American artist Greg Wyatt who is the sculptor responsible for the statues in the New Place garden in Stratford upon Avon.

Future episodes will feature:

Lenny Henry and Barrie Rutter on Othello
Producing Shakespeare for the German theatre
Peter Kirwan on bardathon
Self-help and Shakespeare

And much much more!


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  1. Nikki

    I abosoultey love the book Romeo and Juliet. I love everything about it. Where the scenes took place, how Romeo and Juliet met. Everything in this book, was so amazing. To tell you the truth, I didn’t think I was going too be so interested in it. I thought it was going to be so boring. But then after I got into all the fighting and loving scenes, it got pretty interesting. I really didn’t care for the ending at all. How Romeo didn’t get the letter from Friar Lawerence. That just killed it for me. BUt other then that, it was a great story. The one character in the I absoultely could not stand, was the nurse. Becasue too me, she was so two-faced to Juliet, and her parents. one day she would be talking how lovely Romeo is, then the next sya she would be telling Juliet, I thinkyo should marry Paris. I don’t know about her, but I really don’t like the nurse. But Shakespeare made and excellent story, it blew my mind. I used to wonder why it was such a hit. And since I read the story I understand why everyone loves it. The story gets your emotions going everywhere. From good to bad, and loving to sadness. It was a neverending love story, too.

    22 May 2007, 01:02

  2. I’ll have to schedule a programme about R&J.

    22 May 2007, 08:41


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