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In one of the most famously torrid love affairs of all time, defined by extramarital cheating, lavish outfits, histrionics, and the shadow of collapsing empires, this episode’s main characters define obsession and the insanity of passion. No, not Eli... more
In this film club minisode, Will and James talk about what happens when two great masters collide in director Akira Kurosawa's adaptations of Shakespeare to the samurai epics of medieval Japan. Kurosawa's adaptation of "Macbeth" in his moody and gore... more
Double, double toil and trouble! Fire burn and cauldron bubble! Haunted by witches, ghostly daggers, murder, Macbeth is an obvious classic. But why? Will and James discuss Shakespeare's finest marriage story, the power of ambition and guilt, and a sh... more
Listening to James and Will discuss each Shakespeare play is the highlight of my week. Their individual POVs are fascinating and fun, especially when they are at odds. I like Shakespeare a lot but these two have really opened my eyes, or rather my ears, to new plays and new facets of plays I thought I knew inside-out. I’m so glad they’re doing this podcast, and I look forward to it each time they discuss another play.
Fun, interesting, and delightfully unrelated to politics.
James and Will have a wonderful format, going from the earliest plays and poems of Shakespeare and engaging the plots, themes and staging issues. I have to confess my interest in Shakespeare is growing with each podcast. They are great to listen to, not academic in tone but academically informed. And they draw parallels with contemporary theater and television. Great and ambitious project, well done!!
Love this pod! The hosts have a knack for breaking down the history and politics surrounding Shakespeare's works. An easy listen and a fun one too!
Very smart and fun podcast to listen to. This podcast is an easy way in to Shakespeare for listeners who don’t necessarily enjoy reading Shakespeare but understand he has a lot to offer. These guys make contemporary references that help you make connect better with the material. Look forward to more!
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Bard Flies launched 2 years ago and published 39 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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