Home to the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials. Advancing knowledge and the arts. Discover it all at www.folger.edu. Shakespeare turns up in the most interesting places—not just literature and the stage, but science and social history as well. Our "Shakespeare Unlimited" podcast explores the fascinating and varied connections between Shakespeare, his works, and the world around us.


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Fiona Ritchie on Sarah Siddons and John Philip Kemble 2022-12-06
Billy Collins on Writing Short Poems and Reading Shakespeare's Sonnets 2022-11-22
Adrian Noble on How to Direct Shakespeare 2022-11-08
Ian McKellen on Richard III, Macbeth, and Gandalf 2022-10-25
Ian McKellen on Playing Hamlet 2022-10-11
What Shakespeare Thought About the Mind, with Helen Hackett 2022-09-27
John Adams Gives Antony and Cleopatra the Operatic Treatment 2022-09-12
Paterson Joseph: Julius Caesar and Me (Rebroadcast) 2022-08-16
Shakespeare, Chaucer, and the Tabard Inn, with Martha Carlin (Rebroadcast) 2022-08-02
The Robben Island Shakespeare, with David Schalkwyk (Rebroadcast) 2022-07-20
Peter Brook (Rebroadcast) 2022-07-05
Andrea Mays on The Millionaire and the Bard (Rebroadcast) 2022-06-21
Joe Papp and Shakespeare in the Park, with Kenneth Turan (Rebroadcast) 2022-06-07
Brett Dean and Matthew Jocelyn on Their Hamlet Opera 2022-05-24
Shakespeare and Ukraine, with Irena Makaryk 2022-05-10
Leonard Barkan on Reading Shakespeare Reading Me 2022-04-26
Pamela Hutchinson on Asta Nielsen's Hamlet 2022-04-12
How the Commedia Dell'Arte's Actresses Changed the Shakespearean Stage, with Pamela Allen Brown 2022-03-29
Matías Piñeiro on His Shakespeare-Adjacent Films 2022-03-15
Molly Yarn on Shakespeare's 'Lady Editors' 2022-03-01

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