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Each week a current Royal Shakespeare Company actor or creative interviews another RSC artist who has inspired them. Grab your interval drink, sit back and find out more. Interval Drinks is sponsored by Darwin Escapes. The music is ‘Oberon’s Theme – King of Shadow’, originally composed by Sam Kenyon for A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2016).
 
Semper Gumby is a biweekly podcast produced by the USACE Readiness Support Center and hosted by the RSC Training and Exercise Manager Nadia Taylor. We explore topics ranging from Disaster Response and Recovery, FEMA MIssion Assignments, and Corps-specific Response Authorities under which we operate. We hope you enjoy and learn something!
 
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In the last episode of the series, Avita Jay talks to fellow actor Adjoa Andoh. They talk about Shakespeare, casting, fairness and why theatre and creativity matter. Adjoa is currently best known for her role as Lady Danbury in Netflix’s original series Bridgerton, but has appeared in multiple TV series, including Silent Witness, Death in Paradise,…
 
Actor Kemi-Bo Jacobs meets Juliet Gilkes Romero, who won the prestigious Alfred Fagon Best Play Award for The Whip in 2020. Over a glass of her favourite red wine, Juliet talks about slavery, storytelling and knowing her characters. Each week we bring together current Royal Shakespeare Company actors with RSC artists who have inspired them. Interva…
 
Hal Chambers (Assistant Director for the RSC's The Comedy of Errors) interviews Unicorn Theatre Artistic Director Justin Audibert. They talk about theatre for young people, how they would change UK theatre for the better and which of Shakespeare's characters Justin would like to meet for an interval drink. Justin has directed plays for the RSC and …
 
Actor Bea Webster interviews actor Charlotte Arrowsmith in the RSC's first vodcast. Charlotte became the first Deaf actor to understudy for a principal hearing actor in 2019, stepping in as ‘Vincentia’ in The Taming of the Shrew. She is also an RSC Associate Artist. In the RSC's first vodcast, Bea interviews Charlotte in British Sign Language, with…
 
Actor Greg Haiste meets Olivier-nominated British Iranian actor Paul Chahidi. On screen, Paul has a recurring role as a vicar in BBC comedy series This Country. He also played defence minister Nikolai Bulganin in Armando Ianucci’s historical comedy The Death of Stalin. Paul has played numerous roles at the RSC and is a Royal Shakespeare Company Ass…
 
Actor Mogali Masuku meets actor, playwright, and political activist Dr John Kani, who wrote and performed in Kunene and the King in 2019, and co-wrote Tony Award-winning plays Sizwe Banzi is Dead and The Island. John talks about growing up in South Africa, translating Shakespeare into Xhosa language and the moment he knew that acting is what he was…
 
Actor and comedian Miles Jupp talks to composer/lyricist, musician, comedian, actor, writer, producer and director Tim Minchin, who wrote the music and lyrics for Matilda The Musical. They share an interval drink and talk about music, ideas, writing Matilda, performing comedy all over the world and keeping your emotions close to the surface. Each w…
 
In the final episode of the series, Ben Lawrence chairs a discussion with Simon Godwin and Dr Sarah Dustagheer about what Timon of Athens says about our current credit culture and how its cynical tone reflects the troubled state of early 17th-century England. For more, visit www.telegraph.co.uk/royal-shakespeare-company/…
 
When a woman cannot carry a healthy pregnancy, she can turn to a gestational carrier, a surrogate who carries the fetus created from the egg and sperm of the parents. Dr. Alan Martinez explains how The Reproductive Science Center of NJ can help coordinate the care of the biological parents and gestational carrier for couples wishing to have childre…
 
Troilus and Cressida is a problem play in more ways than one. Its tone veers wildly between comedy and tragedy and there are no easy resolutions. But it is also a dazzling work with Shakespeare being more truthful and cynical about the human condition than at any other stage in his career.In this episode, Ben Lawrence returns to the play. He is in …
 
The Telegraph's Ben Lawrence goes behind the scenes of the RSC's new production of Troilus and Cressida.This is one of Shakespeare's most complex and fascinating plays, a version of events leading up to the death of Hector in the Trojan War, and raising issues about self-image and self-worth, the disappointment of love and the frailty of human natu…
 
Preimplantation genetic screening in recent years has shown improved outcomes for couples with infertility who are going through IVF. Mosaicism or embryos that can be predicted to be a mix of normal and abnormal cells have changed the landscape of screening and what questions might arise as a result of that screening. Dr. William Ziegler discusses …
 
In this edition, Claire Allfree questions the role of women in Shakespeare and whether he gives them a voice. Does descending into madness make victims of Ophelia and Lady Macbeth? Why do Queen Anne and Princess Katherine go silent as soon as they are married? And what on earth should 21st-century audiences make of Katherina in The Taming of the Sh…
 
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), about 15 to 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. For couples this can be a devastating event. Dealing with a miscarriage can cause a roller coaster of emotions, doubt, and discouragement on your ability to conceive. Listen in as Dr. Alan Martinez shares resources …
 
What can Shakespeare teach us about the politics and culture of today? Find out in this discussion, recorded live at The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon, with Gregory Doran, artistic director of the RSC, novelist Tracy Chevalier and director Iqbal Khan. Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcasts Music fully licensed at www.ep…
 
Keep an eye out for this exciting new episode of Much Ado About Shakespeare, live from The Other Place in Stratford-upon-Avon. Join Ben Lawrence in a discussion about why Shakespeare is still relevant to the here and now.Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcastMusic fully licensed at www.epidemicsound.com…
 
The Telegraph has teamed up with the Royal Shakespeare Company to bring you an exciting new podcast series, Much Ado About Shakespeare. We’ll be exploring our undying fascination with the world’s greatest playwright, giving you a peek behind the curtain on forthcoming RSC productions and hosting discussions about topics that are as relevant now as …
 
Is Lady Macbeth the greatest female character that Shakespeare ever created? How do you represent the witches? Why do we see Lady Macduff only briefly? Director Polly Findlay and Oxford academic Emma Smith join Ben Lawrence to discuss the witches in Macbeth.Discover more at www.telegraph.co.uk and www.rsc.org.uk/podcastsMusic licensed at www.epidem…
 
Infertility is a medical condition not unlike other medical conditions; it can affect many aspects of your life. It can create one of the most stressful life crises that an individual or couple ever experience. It can also affect your relationship with others, your perspective on life, as well as how you feel about yourself. In this important podca…
 
If you have had implantation failure, there is a test available that can help evaluate the woman's endometrial receptivity from a molecular perspective. This advanced technology is a personalized genetic test to diagnose the state of endometrial receptivity in the window of implantation. In this segment, Dr. William Ziegler discusses the ERA Biopsy…
 
Autoimmune diseases such as celiac disease, chrones disease, lupus and inflammatory bowel disease seem to be on the rise in the last 20 years. Might these diseases be associated with infertility? In todays segment, Dr Alan Martinez discusses autoimmune diseases, their possible link to infertility and the treatment options available for women with a…
 
Many couples are told that they have unexplained or idiopathic infertility, meaning doctors cannot seem to find anything wrong with either the male or female after analysis of sperm and fallopian tubes or uterus. In this segment, Dr William Ziegler discusses some possible causes of unexplained infertility and what the options might be for a couple …
 
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