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  1. Love Poems of John Donne, The (1991)

    Subject
    English language and literature
    Distribution
    Sale, Audio (Cassette, 37 minutes), £7.99

    Twenty timeless monologues spoken by the lover to his beloved were penned by John Donne, who is regarded as one of the greatest of the English metaphysical poets.n the 16th century and are considered by many...

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  2. Hiroyuki Sanada: A Challenge Started from Nothing (1999 Television)

    Director
    Hiroyuki Sanada

    A Japanese television documentary about the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of King Lear directed by Yukio Ninagawa starring Nigel Hawthorne as Lear. The programme is directed by Hiroyuki Sanada who...

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  3. Shakespeare’s Fools (2012 Video)

    Series
    Alumni Weekend

    Podcast. Filmed lecture. "Professor Katherine Duncan-Jones, discusses the real life characters and contemporaries of Shakespeare that inspired, shaped, and on occasion performed the various roles of the...

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  4. Acrobatics

    Date released
    14 Jan 1932
    Series name
    Eve And Everybody’s Film Review
    Issue no
    554
    NoS ID
    332898
    Story no
    1 / 5

    NoS Summary - World’s Fair Circus rehearsals at the Royal Agricultural Hall. British Pathe synopsis: M/S of six girl acrobats standing in a circus ring holding onto ropes. L/S of the circus ring. The...

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  5. Kral Lear (2011 Video)

    aka: King Lear

    Director
    Jan Nebesky

    Video recording of the National Theatre, Prague’s production of King Lear directed by Jan Nebesky with David Pracha in the title role. The parts of Cordelia and the Fool are doubled.

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  6. King Lear (1986 Radio)

    Series
    Play of the Week (BBC World Service)
    Director
    Walter Acosta

    Shakespeare’s King Lear adapted for radio in a two-part production by Brett Usher, directed by Walter Acosta. With Trevor Howard in the title role and Emrys James as Fool.

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  7. Escape for a Drink

    Date released
    23 Sep 1968
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    2051
    NoS ID
    027553
    Story no
    1 / 5

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Escape for a Drink. DESCRIPTION: A St Pancras Pub changes its name to The Escapers and is re-designed to commemorate the daring exploits of Prisoners of War who managed to fool Nazi...

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  8. Swan Song (2006 Radio)

    Director
    Martin Jenkins (2)

    Radio drama. An adaptation, by Michael Frayn, of Anton Chekhov’s one-act play. An elderly actor, having given his final and benefit performance, falls asleep drunk in the theatre. He wakes up, still in his...

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  9. Camera Interviews -: The Arnaut Brothers The Famous Musical Clowns

    Date released
    24 Oct 1928
    Series name
    Eve And Everybody’s Film Review
    Issue no
    385
    NoS ID
    332000
    Story no
    4 / 6

    NoS Summary - A camera interview with the Arnaut/Arnot Brothers (musical clowns). British Pathe synopsis: "Meet Rene and John - as they are - " The Arnaut Brothers walk onto a stage set. One wears a suit and...

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  10. The Stars "Off-Stage": Miss Norah Blaney and Miss Gwen Farrar the Famous Revue Artistes

    Date released
    28 Aug 1924
    Series name
    Eve And Everybody’s Film Review
    Issue no
    169
    NoS ID
    331115
    Story no
    1 / 4

    NoS Summary - Norah and Gwen fool around on the golf course. NoS synopsis: ""Golf’s my game," said Gwen. "Every stroke a perfect lie." (The first one caused a few!)" M/S of Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney on...

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