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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Richard III. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Richard III, often where they are interviewed.

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37 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Richard III. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Richard III, often where they are interviewed.

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Richard III (with Andy Bowman)

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Now is the winter of our discontent, made glorious summer by the release of this week's episode! Andy Bowman from the Geek 101 and Monkey Off My Backlog podcasts joins me to discuss Richard Loncraine's explosive 1995 adaptation of Shakespeare's RICHARD III, featuring a breakout performance from Ian McKellan as the Bard's nastiest villain. This sets the story in an alternate history version of WWII era London, and doesn't skimp on modern-era sex, violence, and style. 

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Next week's episode: Dark City 

Nov 10 2020 · 58mins
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162: The Rising to the Crown of Richard III by Himself (via Giles Fletcher)

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The Rising to the Crown of Richard the Third written by himself via Giles Fletcher - read by David Ault.
This is a narrative poem about, as the title says, the rise of Richard III - it's part of a mini season of work on the various narratives on Richard that existed in the early modern period.
We have also on the podcast looked at:
The True Tragedy of Richard III - https://audioboom.com/posts/7664659-the-true-tragedy-of-richard-iii-induction
The Ghost of Richard III - discussion thereof - https://audioboom.com/posts/7633017-discussing-the-ghost-of-richard-iii-by-christopher-brooke
And a stage adaptation on YouTube - https://youtu.be/G0DblYYO8cQ
David is a voice actor and mathematician based in North Yorkshire. You may know him from NoSleep, Shadows at the Door, Byron Chronicles or the White Vault. If not, or indeed if so, more information can be found at www.davidault.co.uk.

The Beyond Shakespeare Podcast is supported by its patrons – become a patron and you get to choose the plays we work on next. Go to www.patreon.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you'd like to buy us a coffee at ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you want to give us some feedback, email us at admin@beyondshakespeare.org, follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram @BeyondShakes or go to our website: https://beyondshakespeare.org
You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel where our exploring sessions live - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLa4pXxGZFwTX4QSaB5XNdQ
The Beyond Shakespeare Podcast is hosted and produced by Robert Crighton.
Sep 06 2020 · 21mins

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Ep 123: Exhumation of Richard III with Mathew Morris

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Without the actual body of Richard III whose shallow grave was long lost to history centuries ago, scholars have used texts, like Shakespeare, to try and find evidence for the truth about what actually happened to Richard III. For one team of archaeologists, however, it was not enough to leave the sinister Richard III lost to history with more questions than answers. So in 2012, in conjunction with the Richard III Society, a team of ambitious archaeologists led by Mathew Morris at the University of Leicester Archaeological Services working with the Leicester City Council mounted an extraordinary effort to locate the final resting place of Richard III, and discover the truth about his body, his death, and his grave. Remarkably, Mathew and his team did locate Richard III’s body, and on the very first day of their project. Mathew Morris joins us today to share about this historical find, the truth about Richard III’s twisted spine, and to explain why one of the most notorious Kings of England was doing buried beneath an English car park.

Aug 24 2020 · 39mins
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160: The True Tragedy of Richard III (Induction)

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What's Past is Prologue: The True Tragedy of Richard III, by someone for the Queen's Men.
The True Tragedy of Richard III is a a truly disturbing piece of Brechtian theatre, several centuries early, and one we'd like to do one day. Here's just the prologue/opening to tantalise and moderately annoy you.
The opening is performed by Geir Madland as the ghost of Clarence, Pamela Flanagan as Truth, and Seb Ransom as Poetry.
Our little recording is followed by a read through from our YouTube exploring sessions - you too can join in, updates on our website - https://beyondshakespeare.org/get-involved-exploring-in-isolation/
The contributors for the exploring session on Richard III were: Francis Cox as Poetry; Sarah Blake as Truth and Helen Good, Tamara Ritthaler, Alan Scott, Aliki Chapple, Liza Graham, Elizabeth Amisu, Ruth Evans, Simon Nader and Jitka Stollava. You can watch all the exploring sessions on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLflmEwgdfKoLqof8eUWJU5EEJXr93e56y The Beyond Shakespeare Podcast is supported by its patrons – become a patron and you get to choose the plays we work on next. Go to www.patreon.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you'd like to buy us a coffee at ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you want to give us some feedback, email us at admin@beyondshakespeare.org, follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram @BeyondShakes or go to our website: https://beyondshakespeare.org
The episode is hosted and produced by Robert Crighton.
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Aug 23 2020 · 25mins
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22nd August 1485: Richard III killed at the Battle of Bosworth

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On the 22nd August 1485, King Richard III was killed at the Battle of Bosworth and the forces of Henry Tudor brought the Plantagenet dynasty to an ...
Aug 22 2020 ·
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157: Discussing: The Ghost of Richard III by Christopher Brooke

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Discussing: The Ghost of Richard III by Christopher Brooke with Dr Jitka Štollová.
In 1614, Christopher Brooke produced his Ghost poem on the life of Richard III. To celebrate (wantonly plug) our live streamed stage adaptation, Robert Crighton discusses the poem and a whole world of other texts on Richard III.
Dr Jitka Štollová is a Junior Research Fellow at Trinity College.
At time of release - the live stream will be occurring on Tuesday 21st July at 19.00 BST - links for the stream will be on the Quay Theatre online website - https://online.quaysudbury.com/
Read the poem - https://archive.org/details/ghostrichardthi00collgoog/page/n19/mode/2up
And to watch our exploration of The True Tragedy of Richard III, it's on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLflmEwgdfKoLqof8eUWJU5EEJXr93e56y
The Beyond Shakespeare Podcast is supported by its patrons – become a patron and you get to choose the plays we work on next. Go to www.patreon.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you'd like to buy us a coffee at ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/beyondshakespeare - or if you want to give us some feedback, email us at admin@beyondshakespeare.org, follow us on Twitter @BeyondShakes or go to our website: https://beyondshakespeare.org
Jul 15 2020 · 55mins
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Band of Brothers: Edward IV, Richard III...and George

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The story of the York brothers is part of the story of the English throne. I’m so grateful to Thomas Penn for his wealth of research on the relationships of these brothers. 

We typically think of the Wars of the Roses as a cousins’ war, which at times it was. We think of it as York versus Lancaster, which is part of it. But it’s also the story of the three York brothers, of York versus York, brother versus brother, uncle versus nephew. And I think an important and usually overlooked element of the story is the brother we don’t usually think about: George.

When George does show up in the story, he’s typically dismissed as feckless or weak. He’s a malcontent who betrays his brother Edward and then betrays his father-in-law Warwick. He’s most remembered for the method of his death: he’s rumored to have been drowned in a butt of malmsey wine.

I think there’s more to George than that. And I think taking a closer look at George might give us a little bit of insight into the choice Richard makes after Edward’s death.

Jun 10 2020 · 20mins
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King Richard III Visitor Centre

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 This week we head back to February and our trip to Leicester’s King Richard III Visitor Centre. Now King Richard III has a bit of a reputation and Laura is NOT a fan, but will she change her mind by the end of the trip?


Listen out for contributions from the brilliant Jed the Just and Jan, who provide some legitimate facts, and the kind man in the cathedral.


 A big thank you to the team at the King Richard III Visitor Centre too for letting us record at their venue.


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May 20 2020 · 56mins
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Criterion Creeps Episode 183: Richard III

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In our 183rd episode we're talking spine #213 in the Criterion Collection: Laurence Olivier's RICHARD III from 1955. First RJ talks about more 70s sci fi selections from Criterion Channel like THX-1138, ROLLERBALL, and SOYLENT GREEN, then RJ and Jarrett talk about the Safdie Brothers short films on Criterion, UNCUT GEMS, and Jarrett talks about HAIL, SATAN?

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Feb 06 2020 · 2hr 20mins
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R.J. Rushdoony

Rev. R.J. Rushdoony (1916–2001), was a leading theologian, church/state expert, and author of numerous works on the application of Biblical law to society. He started the Chalcedon Foundation in 1965.  His Institutes of Biblical Law (1973) began the contemporary theonomy movement which posits the validity of Biblical law as God’s standard of obedience for all. He is credited with igniting the modern Christian school and homeschooling movements in the mid to late 20th century. Many ministry and educational efforts that continue today, took their philosophical and Biblical roots from his lectures and books.

Learn more about R.J. Rushdoony by visiting: https://chalcedon.edu/founder

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Jan 24 2020 · 1hr 4mins
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