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52 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julius Caesar. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julius Caesar, often where they are interviewed.

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52 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julius Caesar. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julius Caesar, often where they are interviewed.

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Shakespeare Series: Julius Caesar w/ Dion Johnstone

My Entertainment World
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With the help of some of the best and brightest Shakespeare fans in the world, we’re diving deep into 38 plays in 35 episodes (HenryIV & VI only get one episode a piece; sorry, Bill). In every episode of The Shakespeare Series, I’ll be joined by a different guest (or guests) to discuss a different play in the canon- from the big picture to the tiniest nerdy detail. We have guests lined up who’ve appeared in title roles on the biggest national stages and others who’ve played messengers in 20-person houses; actors, directors, scholars, and even a stage manager, calling in from Stratford, Manila, Boston, Berlin, New York, Niagara, Newfoundland, Washington DC and, of course, Toronto. Every one of them knows their stuff and every one of them was chosen for exactly one reason- a big, bold, unapologetic love of the bard.

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Dion Johnstone is my favourite classical actor in the whole world. A Stratford veteran who’s worked all over North America, he won Supporting Actor in the very first year of our theatre awards for his performance in The Tempest and was one of the first major artists I ever interviewed. He was at the top of my list when thinking of people to talk to for the Shakespeare Series and when we were able to work the timing out he happened to be deep in a run as Brutus with Groundling & Crow’s Theatre so he naturally chose Julius Caesar as the play he wanted to discuss.

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Jeannette Lambermont-Morey on The Winter’s Tale
Eli Ham on Henry V

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Jun 01 2020

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50BC: The Rise of Julius Caesar

Message to Kings - A Biblical History of Man
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Julius Caesar forms the first triumvirate and partners with Crassus and Pompey and wins the consulship of Rome in 59BC. His actions during his consulship earn him many enemies. To avoid legal action, he takes on a proconsulship of Northern Italy and invades Gaul. In a campaign that will last eight years, he takes Gaul, modern France, for Rome. Meanwhile, the Parthians defeat Crassus and the Parthians advance towards Jerusalem and Herod rises in power. We conclude this episode with a comparison of the Roman quest for power to the humble state of our savior. Luke 2:25-37 Psalm 37:35-36 Galatians 5:19-26 www.messagetokings.com

May 30 2020

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Nominee Interview Series: The Ensemble of Portia’s Julius Caesar

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Before we announce the winners of the 2019 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series.

Portia’s Julius Caesar ambitiously explored the inner lives and conflicts of the women who only glancingly appear in Shakespeare’s original. Kaitlyn Riordan’s imaginative feminist text required a large and committed cast, and she got that in the Hart House production, directed by Eva Barrie. All worked dynamically together to deliver the story, and I was lucky enough to get the chance to speak with four of the Outstanding Ensemble-nominated cast about the process of working on the material, and their thoughts on Toronto theatre’s evolution towards more diverse and imaginative storytelling.

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May 03 2020

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Druids rumours finally get clearance, as Julius Caesar makes an appearance

History Through A House: Lighthearted British History From The Beginning
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In this episode we look at the spread of the Roman Republic and the makings of the Roman Empire. We finally investigate a little Druid knowledge, the murder of Caesar and the two Brutus

Apr 30 2020

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In this episode the hosts discuss the lives and legacies of Julius Caesar and Benito Mussolini. These two dictators battle it out in Round 1 of the knock-out tournament to determine the single greatest dictator of all time. The hosts discuss Caesar's time as a Roman General, his rise to power, his reforms, assassination and enduring impact. They also discuss Mussolini's invention of Fascism, his seizure of power, his involvement in World War 2 and the considerable influence of Mussolini and Italian Fascism. One of these two dictators will be eliminated from the tournament and the other will remain in contention to be crowned history's greatest dictator.

Apr 04 2020

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Julius Caesar, Cleopatra and his ultimate doom (with Tony Robinson) | Timeline Tapes #2

Timeline Tapes: A World History Podcast
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Timeline Tapes is the show that brings you iconic documentaries, in podcast form. Naturally, the documentaries are made for TV so our host Nate Fisher will be filling in any blanks to make sure you don't miss a thing.


In this episode, Tony continues the story of Julius Caesar as he completes his conquest of Gaul and heads back to civil war in Rome, to Alexandria and the arms of Cleopatra, and eventually to his doom at the hands of his people. To tell the story of the fall of Caesar, Tony is joined by historians Chris Pelling and Andrew Wallace Hadrill.


Tony Robinson's Romans is a four part series examining the lives of some of Rome's most notorious leaders. With the help of the leading experts on Roman history and culture, Tony is able to dig deep into the character of these leaders, and even portray them in a different light than we may be used to.


The documentary series Tony Robinson's Romans was licensed by Spire to Little Dot Studios.


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Mar 20 2020

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15th March 44BCE: Assassination of Julius Caesar

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On the 15th March 44BCE, Roman dictator Julius Caesar was stabbed to death near to the Theatre of Pompey in ...

Mar 15 2020

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The rise of Julius Caesar | Timeline Tapes #1

Timeline Tapes: A World History Podcast
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Timeline Tapes is the show that brings you iconic documentaries, in podcast form. Naturally, the documentaries are made for TV so our host Nate Fisher will be filling in any blanks to make sure you don't miss a thing.


In the first episode of Timeline Tapes, we're presenting Tony Robinson's Romans: Caesar Pt 1 as he takes us through the first part of the life of Julius Caesar. He is joined by historians and Rome academics Ray Laurence and Andrew Wallace Hadrill who are able to provide more insight into one of the most powerful men in history.


Tony Robinson's Romans is a four part series examining the lives of some of Rome's most notorious leaders. With the help of the leading experts on Roman history and culture, Tony is able to dig deep into the character of these leaders, and even portray them in a different light than we may be used to.


The documentary series Tony Robinson's Romans was licensed from Spire to Little Dot Studios.


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Mar 13 2020

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Leader Profile: Julius Caesar

The Richard Blackaby Leadership Podcast
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He is a towering figure in human history who rose above the other ambitious men of his age, commanded legions of soldiers, and won many difficult battles. For better or worse, the world was never the same after he arrived on the scene. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Julius Caesar.

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RESOURCES IN THIS EPISODE:

“Caesar: A Biography” by Christian Meier. Find it here.

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Feb 18 2020

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In this 201 episode we revisit Julius Caesar! We revisit the Rhetorical Device of ISOCOLON and examine how Brutus uses is to quell the crowds; Jess reads some Plutarch (Shakespeare’s primary source for the play); Aubrey talks about her mixed emotions regarding Antony and his…choices…All that and some HOT ShakesBubble Gossip thrown in, too!

Feb 03 2020

41mins

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