Sveriges 100 mest populära podcasts

My Own Shakespeare

My Own Shakespeare

Public figures talk about the piece of Shakespeare that inspires them most.The pieces are read by well known actors. From BBC Radio 4

Prenumerera

iTunes / Overcast / RSS

Webbplats

bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02pcb21

Avsnitt

Radio Drama at 90 Julius Caesar

The first radio drama, a scene from Julius Caesar, was broadcast 90 years ago. Now performed by Harriet Walter and Jenny Jules from Phyllida Lloyd's all-female Donmar Warehouse production. Introduced by Jeremy Mortimer
2013-02-16
Länk till avsnitt

Andrew Marr

Broadcaster Andrew Marr chooses a speech from King Lear (Act 5 Scene 3) as the piece of Shakespeare that has inspired him most. Reader: David Warner.
2012-05-22
Länk till avsnitt

Shami Chakrabarti

Lawyer Shami Chakrabarti chooses Isabella's speech from Measure for Measure (Act 2 Scene 2) as the piece of Shakespeare that inspired her most. Reader: Hattie Morahan.
2012-05-22
Länk till avsnitt

Michael Portillo

Broadcaster Michael Portillo chooses a speech from Troilus and Cressida (Act 3 Scene 3) as the piece of Shakespeare that has inspired him most. Reader Don Warrington.
2012-05-21
Länk till avsnitt

Gyles Brandreth

Broadcaster Gyles Brandreth chooses a speech from King Lear (Act 5 Scene 3) as the piece of Shakespeare that inspires him most. Reader: David Warner.
2012-05-21
Länk till avsnitt

Martha Kearney

Broadcaster Martha Kearney chooses an Oberon speech from A Midsummer Night's Dream (Act 2 Scene 1) as the piece of Shakespeare that has inspired her most. Reader: Don Warrington.
2012-05-21
Länk till avsnitt

Jonathan Dimbleby

Broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby chooses a speech from Cymbeline as the piece of Shakespeare that inspires him most. Performed by Rory Kinnear and Don Gilet.
2012-05-21
Länk till avsnitt

Neil MacGregor

British Museum Director Neil MacGregor chooses the opening Chorus from Henry V as the piece of Shakespeare that has inspired him most. Reader: Rory Kinnear.
2012-05-21
Länk till avsnitt

Melvyn Bragg

Broadcaster Melvyn Bragg chooses a speech from King Lear (Act 3 Scene 2) as the piece of Shakeseare that has inspired him most. Reader: David Warner.
2012-05-21
Länk till avsnitt

Charles Hazelwood

Conductor Charles Hazelwood chooses a scene from Richard the Third (Act 1 Sc 4)as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired him most. Performed by Rory Kinnear and Don Gilet. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-19
Länk till avsnitt

Jim Al-Khalili

Scientist Jim Al-Khalili chooses Edmund's speech from King Lear (Act 1 Scene 2) as the piece of Shakespeare that has inspired him most. Reader: Rory Kinnear.
2012-05-19
Länk till avsnitt

Kwame Kwei Armah

Playwright Kwame Kwei Armah chooses a speech from Othello (Act 1 Sc 3)as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired him most. Peformed by Don Warrington. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-18
Länk till avsnitt

Paul Whitehouse

Comedian Paul Whitehouse chooses a speech from King Lear (Act 1 Sc 5) as the piece of Shakespeare which has influenced him most. Peformed by David Warner. Broadcast on Radio 4.
2012-05-18
Länk till avsnitt

Chris Patten

Chris Patten chooses a speech from Coriolanus (Act 5 Sc 4) as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired him most. Performed by Rory Kinnear. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-18
Länk till avsnitt

Alexandra Harris

Academic and writer Alexandra Harris chooses a speech from A Midsummer Night?s Dream (Act 5 Sc 1) as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired her most. Performed by Chiwetel Ejiofor. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-17
Länk till avsnitt

Stephen Fry

Writer and actor Stephen Fry chooses Mistress Quickly's speech from Henry V (Act 2 Sc 3)on the death of Falstaff as the piece of Shakespeare that has influenced him most. Performed by Hattie Morahan. Broadcast on Radio 4.
2012-05-17
Länk till avsnitt

Jools Holland

Musician Jools Holland chooses a passage from Henry IV Part 2 (Act 5 Sc 5)as the piece of Shakespeare which inspires him most. Performed by David Warner and John Heffernan. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-17
Länk till avsnitt

Stephen Hough

Pianist Stephen Hough chooses ?Once More Unto the Breach? from Henry V (Act 3 Sc 1) as the piece of Shakespeare which inspires him most. Performed by Chiwetel Ejiofor. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-17
Länk till avsnitt

Benjamin Zephaniah

Poet Benjamin Zephaniah chooses the final speech from A Midsummer Night's Dream as the piece of Shakespeare that inspires him most. Reader: Chiwetel Ejiofor.
2012-05-16
Länk till avsnitt

Margaret Drabble

Novelist Margaret Drabble chooses Titania?s speech from A Midsummer Night's Dream (Act 2 Sc 1) as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired her most.Performed by Hattie Morahan. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-16
Länk till avsnitt

Zoe Wanamaker

Actress Zoe Wanamaker chooses the opening Chorus from Henry V as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired her most. Performed by Rory Kinnear. Broadcast on Radio 4.
2012-05-16
Länk till avsnitt

Nicholas Hytner

Director of the National Theatre Nicholas Hytner chooses a scene from Henry IV Part 2 (Act 3 Sc 2)as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired him most.Performed by David Warner and Gerard McDermott. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-16
Länk till avsnitt

Hilary Mantel

Novelist Hilary Mantel choses Mark Anthony?s speech from Julius Caesar (Act 3Sc 1) which was performed by Don Warrington.
2012-05-15
Länk till avsnitt

Rowan Williams

Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams chooses a speech from Macbeth (Act 3 Scene 2) as the piece of Shakespeare that has inspired him most. Reader: Chiwetel Ejiofor.
2012-05-15
Länk till avsnitt

Bettany Hughes

Historian Bettany Hughes chooses a moment from Twelfth Night (Act 4 Sc 2) as the piece of Shakespeare which inspires her most. With David Tennant, James Lailey and Rosie Cavaliero. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-15
Länk till avsnitt

Jane Glover

Conductor Jane Glover chooses a passage from As You Like It (Act 5 Sc 2) as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired her most. With Hattie Morahan, John Heffernan, Gerard McDermott and Susie Riddell. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-15
Länk till avsnitt

Wendy Cope

Poet Wendy Cope chooses Sonnet 29 as the piece of Shakespeare that inspired her most. Performed by Don Warrington.
2012-05-14
Länk till avsnitt

David Hare

Playwright David Hare chooses a speech from Macbeth (Act 3 Sc 1) as the piece of Shakespeare which has inspired him most. Reader: Chiwetel Ejiofor. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-14
Länk till avsnitt

Gareth Malone

Choirmaster Gareth Malone chooses 'Once More unto the Breach..' from Henry V Act 3 Sc 1 as the piece of Shakespeare which inspires him most. Reader: Chiwetel Ejiofor. Broadcast on Radio 3.
2012-05-14
Länk till avsnitt

Jeremy Hunt

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt chooses Sonnet 29 as the piece of Shakespeare that inspires him most.Reader: Don Warrington. Broadcast on Radio 4.
2012-05-13
Länk till avsnitt
Hur lyssnar man på podcast?

En liten tjänst av I'm With Friends. Finns även på engelska.
Uppdateras med hjälp från iTunes.