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Shakespeare@ Home is our new ongoing project of classic drama in ‘radio’ format. Conceived as an homage to the heyday of serialized radio drama of the 1930s and 40s, Shakespeare@ Home delivers our same acclaimed tradition of providing accessible interpretations of classic works for a new audience.

Popular episodes

Julius Caesar - Episode Four

Mar 15 • 37:21

Presented in four weekly episodes, Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare’s best known and most oft-quoted plays, chronicling the political and moral crisis of Brutus and his fellow conspirators as they plot to murder Caesar to prevent a dictatorship. First performed in 1599, this timeless play examines the razor-thin line between power and corruption, duty and ambition, and ...

Julius Caesar - Episode Three

Mar 8 • 31:20

Presented in four weekly episodes, Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare’s best known and most oft-quoted plays, chronicling the political and moral crisis of Brutus and his fellow conspirators as they plot to murder Caesar to prevent a dictatorship. First performed in 1599, this timeless play examines the razor-thin line between power and corruption, duty and ambition, and ...

Julius Caesar - Episode Two

Mar 1 • 31:15

Presented in four weekly episodes, Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare’s best known and most oft-quoted plays, chronicling the political and moral crisis of Brutus and his fellow conspirators as they plot to murder Caesar to prevent a dictatorship. First performed in 1599, this timeless play examines the razor-thin line between power and corruption, duty and ambition, and ...

Julius Caesar - Episode One

Feb 22 • 28:56

Presented in four weekly episodes, Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare’s best known and most oft-quoted plays, chronicling the political and moral crisis of Brutus and his fellow conspirators as they plot to murder Caesar to prevent a dictatorship. First performed in 1599, this timeless play examines the razor-thin line between power and corruption, duty and ambition, and ...

The Tempest - Episode Four

Oct 22 • 36:41

The Tempest - Episode Three

Oct 15 • 29:46

The Tempest - Episode Two

Oct 8 • 34:51

The Tempest - Episode One

Oct 1 • 40:35

Richard II - Episode Three

Jul 19 • 59:52

Presented in three weekly episodes, Richard II tells the timely story of the downfall and overthrow of a despotic and mercurial King, by the opposing forces of the banished Henry Bolingbroke who ascends the throne to become Henry IV. This history play by William Shakespeare, which is believed to have been written in approximately 1595, is based on the reign of King Richard...

Richard II - Episode Two

Jul 19 • 41:40

Presented in three weekly episodes, Richard II tells the timely story of the downfall and overthrow of a despotic and mercurial King, by the opposing forces of the banished Henry Bolingbroke who ascends the throne to become Henry IV. This history play by William Shakespeare, which is believed to have been written in approximately 1595, is based on the reign of King Richard...

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