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  1. 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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  2. William Shakespeare (1955 Film)

    Director
    John Barnes
    Producer
    John Barnes

    Shows the boyhood of Shakespeare in Stratford and his career in London as actor and dramatist. Conveys impressions of the Elizabethan stage, particularly the Globe Theatre. There are short excerpts from...

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  3. Tyger’s Hart (1954 Television)

    Series
    Children’s Newsreel
    Producer
    Joy Harington

    A television play about William Shakespeare and his family written by David Scott Daniell and produced for broadcasting by Joy Harington. With Alan MacNaughtan as William Shakespeare. Settings are by Richard...

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  4. Visitor to Dorset Garden, A (1953 Radio)

    Series
    Discoveries in Shakespeare
    Producer
    Rayner Heppenstall

    Radio broadcast. First of a series of four brief ‘Discoveries’ investigating in a "free-mingling of recorded and imagined utterance" the theory that "much in Shakespeare criticism may have first emerged...

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  5. Nemesis at Wycombe Abbey (1953 Radio)

    Series
    Discoveries in Shakespeare
    Producer
    Rayner Heppenstall

    Radio broadcast. Second of a series of four brief ‘Discoveries’ investigating in a "free-mingling of recorded and imagined utterance" the theory that "much in Shakespeare criticism may have first emerged...

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  6. Bride for a Bard (1952 Radio)

    Series
    Double Bill
    Producer
    Cleland Fin

    Radio play about Shakespeare’s family written by Marjorie Rowling. Set in the sitting-room of John Shakespeare’s house, the play takes place on the evening of November 27, 1582.

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  7. 'Great Desire I Had’: Shakespeare and Italy, The (1952)

    Producer
    Douglas Cleverdon

    Radio play written by Henry Reed and produced for broadcasting by Douglas Cleverdon. Set in Italy in 1593, this dramatic speculation sends William Shakespeare (Marius Goring) to Ferrara, Verona, Padua,...

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  8. Tyger’s Hart (1951 Radio)

    Series
    Children’s Hour
    Producer
    Peggy Bacon

    A television play about William Shakespeare and his family written by David Scott Daniell and produced for broadcasting by Peggy Bacon. Alan Wheatley is Shakespeare. Madrigals sung by boys of George Dixon...

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  9. Saint George’s Day (1948 Radio)

    Series
    Children’s Hour
    Producer
    Derek McCulloch

    Radio play for children written by L. du Garde Peach and produced by Derek McCullough. The plot which encompasses the lives of Burbage, Shakespeare, Francis Drake, and Ben Jonson, touches on themes commonly...

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  10. 'Summer Theatre’ Presents: Will Shakespeare (1947 Radio)

    aka: An Invention

    Series
    Summer Theatre
    Producer
    Peter Watts

    Radio adaptation of the play which was originally written for the stage by British playwright Clemence Dane (1888-1965). The plot links Shakespeare and the ‘Dark Lady’ of the sonnets with the mysterious...

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