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Shakespeare Uncovered | Series 3 Preview
The final season investigates six more of Shakespeare's plays.
Preview: S3 | 30s
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A Brutal Age of Politics
Richard III’s genius is his ability to become whoever he needs to be in his quest to achie
Clip: S3 Ep6 | 2m 38s
I Am Not Shaped for Sport
In the play, Richard III speaks about how his deformities made him an outsider.
Clip: S3 Ep6 | 1m 40s
“Richard III” with Sir Antony Sher Preview
Learn about the historical figure behind Shakespeare’s “Richard III” with host Antony Sher
Preview: S3 Ep6 | 30s
“The Winter’s Tale” with Simon Russell Beale Preview
Uncover the romance and betrayals in “The Winter’s Tale” with host Simon Russell Beale.
Preview: S3 Ep5 | 30s
Magic and Forgiveness in The Winter's Tale
Leontes, who thought he lost everything, is reunited with his wife and daughter.
Clip: S3 Ep5 | 1m 31s
Leontes' Irrational Jealousy
Consumed by irrational jealousy, Leontes can’t be convinced of his wife’s virtue.
Clip: S3 Ep5 | 2m 18s
Julius Caesar's Impact on American History
Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” is a play that upholds liberty against tyranny.
Clip: S3 Ep4 | 1m 33s
"Julius Caesar" with Brian Cox Preview
Brian Cox explores "Julius Caesar," a play about a free republic's fall into corruption.
Preview: S3 Ep4 | 30s
The Power of Rhetoric in Mark Antony's Famous Speech
Mark Antony uses rhetoric to sway the crowd in his famous speech.
Clip: S3 Ep4 | 2m 44s
“Measure for Measure” with Romola Garai Preview
Delve deeper into “Measure for Measure” with host Romola Garai.
Preview: S3 Ep3 | 30s
Who Will Believe Thee, Isabel?
Isabella's attempt to confront her harasser is met with a chilling response.
Clip: S3 Ep3 | 1m 34s
Isabella must make the difficult decision.
Clip: S3 Ep3 | 2m 37s
“The Merchant of Venice” Preview
Untangle the controversies of “The Merchant of Venice” with host F. Murray Abraham.
Preview: S3 Ep2 | 30s
The Tangle of Love and Money
The tangled relationship between Shylock and his daughter becomes explosive.
Clip: S3 Ep2 | 3m 12s
Hath Not a Jew Eyes?
Shylock insists that Jews are no different than any other people.
Clip: S3 Ep2 | 2m 25s
Beatrice and Benedick in Love
Beatrice and Benedick realize they are in love.
Clip: S3 Ep1 | 3m 56s
Inside Look: Helen Hunt on Much Ado About Nothing
Explore the history and themes in “Much Ado About Nothing” with host Helen Hunt.
Preview: S3 Ep1 | 1m 30s
Helen Hunt and Tom Irwin on Beatrice and Benedick
Helen Hunt and Tom Irwin reminisce on their past roles as Beatrice and Benedick.
Clip: S3 Ep1 | 1m