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  1. Justice and Power in ‘King Lear’ (1985 Audio)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Producer
    David Hoyle

    Professor Frank Kermode, Professor of English at Columbia University, New York City, examines one of Shakespeare’s most prominent concerns - the connection between morality and power - with reference to...

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  2. Love and Wit in ‘Twelfth Night’ (1985 Audio)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Producer
    David Hoyle

    Professor Sandy Cunningham talks about the variety and complexity of the ideas of love and wit as they figure in Twelfth Night. Produced in support of the OU A361 Shakespeare course.

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  3. Measure for Measure: Some Open Questions (1985 Audio)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Producer
    Janet Thomas

    Dr Harriet Hawkins argues that it is not the resolution of moral dilemmas which is most important in Measure for Measure, but the open questions about sex, morality, psychology and society which are posed...

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  4. Reconstructing the Bankside Theatres (1985 Television, Video)

    Series
    Shakespeare, Course A361
    Producer
    Tony Coe

    Professor Glynne Wickham looks at the latest proposals to reconstruct Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre near its original site in Southwark, examining the historical evidence for the construction of theatres in...

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  5. Henry IV Parts 1 & 2: Workshop 1 (1984 Television, Video)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Producer
    David Hoyle

    Examines how the comic exchanges between Falstaff and Prince Hal illuminate the serious historical and political themes of the play. Director John Russell Brown is shown working through some famous scenes...

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  6. Hamlet: Workshop 1 (1984 Television, Video)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Producer
    David Hoyle

    A workshop investigating Hamlet’s character. Director John Russell Brown and actor David Yelland work through the various interpretations of the soliloquiess, and examines how they are related to other...

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  7. King Lear: Workshop 1 (1984 Television, Video)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Director
    John Russell Brown
    Producer
    David Hoyle

    The first of two programmes on King Lear supporting the A306 Shakespeare course. Considers how an actor can convey Lear’s madness and at the same time be aware of the ‘reason in madness’ so central to...

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  8. King Lear: Workshop 2 (1984 Television, Video)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Director
    John Russell Brown
    Producer
    David Hoyle

    Continuing from KING LEAR: WORKSHOP 1, this programme looks in great detail at Act IV vi - the storm scene - and at Lear’s re-encounter with the blind Gloucester. Director John Russell-Brown and Julian...

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  9. Acting Cleopatra (1984 Audio)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Producer
    Janet Thomas

    Cicely Palser Havely talks to Glenda Jackson, who describes her approach to playing Cleopatra in Peter Brook’s 1979 Royal Shakespeare Company production of Antony and Cleopatra. Produced for the A361...

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  10. Hamlet: Changing Horizons in Its European Reception (1984 Radio)

    Series
    Open University A361
    Producer
    David Hoyle

    Radio programme transmitted as part of the OU A361 Shakespeare course. The lecturer is Robert Wiemann.

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