BBC Radio Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing (Dramatized) Audiobook

BBC Radio Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing (Dramatized), by William Shakespeare
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BBC Radio has a unique heritage when it comes to Shakespeare. Since 1923, when the newly formed company broadcast its first full-length play, generations of actors and producers have honed and perfected the craft of making Shakespeare to be heard.

In Much Ado, the clarity of radio allows the wonderful verbal sparring between Beatrice and Benedick to sparkle as high comedy and melodrama mix magically in a combination of prose and verse.

Revitalised, original, and comprehensive, this is Shakespeare for the new millennium. Download and start listening now!

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Author William ShakespeareIf you're looking for an intriguing Classics audio book, then you've come to the right place. William Shakespeare, who was born on April 16, 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, The United Kingdom and died on April 23, 1616, has become one of our most popular Classics authors. We feature 241 audiobooks with over 572 hours of listening from Shakespeare, including Hamlet: Shakespeare Appreciated (Unabridged, Dramatised, Commentary Options), Hamlet and A Midsummer Night's Dream. While Antony & Cleopatra was most recently added to our database, The Sonnets is the oldest of his books in our catalog, added to the website in 1999. And out of this selection, the Unabridged version of Hamlet: Shakespeare Appreciated (Unabridged, Dramatised, Commentary Options) is the most popular title among our customers, narrated by Joan Walker. For a complete list of Classics titles from William Shakespeare, please visit his page here: William Shakespeare.