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  1. Measure for Measure (1994 Radio)

    Director
    Peter Kavanagh

    Radio adaptation of Measure for Measure by Peter Kavanagh with Ronald Pickup as the Duke and Saskia Reeves as Isabella.

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  2. Dresser, The (1993 Radio)

    Series
    Monday Play, The
    Director
    David Blount

    Radio adaptation of a play written by Ronald Harwood which is based on the touring career of Donald Wolfit, for whom Harwood was the dresser. An actor-manager of the old school takes a Shakespearean company...

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  3. Taming of the Shrew, The (1989 Radio)

    Series
    Friday Play, The
    Director
    Jeremy Mortimer

    Radio adaptation of Shakespeare’s play adapted and directed by Jeremy Mortimer. With Bob Peck as Petruchio and Cheryl Campbell as Katherina. The music is composed by Mia Soteriou and performed by Tom...

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  4. Love’s Labour’s Lost (1979 Radio)

    Series
    World Theatre
    Director
    David Spenser

    Radio version of Shakespeare’s play directed by David Spenser, starring Anna Massey as Princess of France and Paul Scofield as Don Adriano. The music is composed by Derek Oldfield and is played by the...

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  5. St. Crispin’s Day (1977 Radio)

    Series
    Vivat Rex
    Director
    Martin Jenkins (2)
    Producer
    Martin Jenkins (2)

    Episode 14 of a 26-part serialisation of the Elizabethan history play (encompassing the reign of Edward II to Henry VI), adapted for radio by Martin Jenkins.This episode, based on Shakespeare’s Henry V,...

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  6. King Henry the Eighth (1966 Radio)

    Producer
    John Tydeman

    Radio version of Shakespeare’s play produced by John Tydeman and adapted for broadcasting by R. D. Smith. With Irene Worth as Queen Katherine, Alan Badel as Cardinal Wolseley, Keith Michell as King Henry...

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  7. History of Henry the Fourth, The - Part One (1964 Radio)

    Producer
    Charles Lefeaux

    Radio version of Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part 1 produced by Charles Lefeaux starring Harry Andrews in the title role and Robert Hardy as Hal.

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  8. History of Henry the Fourth, The - Part Two (1964 Radio)

    Producer
    Charles Lefeaux

    Radio version of Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part 2 produced by Charles Lefeaux starring Harry Andrews in the title role and Robert Hardy as Hal.

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  9. Thought to Be Writ by Shakespeare: The Reign of King Edward III (1963 Radio)

    Producer
    Raymond Raikes

    Radio version of a play often attributed to Shakespeare and first published anonymously in 1596. Adapted and produced for broadcasting by Raymond Raikes. With Gabriel Woolf as narrator and Stephen Murray as...

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  10. Time Come Round (1956 Radio)

    aka: Supposition for Radio on the Death of William Shakespeare, A

    Radio drama written and produced by David Lytton imagining the latter days of Shakespeare’s life in Stratford-upon-Avon. With Deryck Guyler as Shakespeare and Angela Baddeley as his wife.

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