The Winter's Tale - The Complete Shakespeare - HD Restored Edition

EDUCATIONAL PODCASTS - HD Remastered - Restored Edition - (Subtitles editing in progress).

The Winter's Tale - The Complete Shakespeare - HD Remastered - Restored Edition

The Complete Plays of William Shakespeare is a series of audio drama presentations of all 38 plays of William Shakespeare. They were first released from 1998 by Arkangel and the BBC . The plays are unabridged and based on The Complete Pelican Shakespeare, published by Penguin Classics.

Most of the actors are past or present members of the Royal Shakespeare Company including: Sir John Gielgud, James Reynard, David Tennant, Eileen Atkins, Ciaran Hinds, Imogen Stubbs, Damien Lewis, Adjoa Andoh, David Harewood, Maggie Robertson, Maureen Beattie, Shirley Dixon, Niamh Cusack, Victoria Hamilton, Joe Fiennes, Bob Peck, Adrian Lester, Jennifer Ehle, Jamie Glover, Don Warrington, Patterson Joseph and many more.

This recording is for educational purposes only and is covered under Fair Use doctrine - Copyright - All rights reserved to their respective owners.

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