• Summary

  • A Shakespeare scholar talks to actual clever people about what normal domestic activity was like during the life and times of William Shakespeare. Partly informative, and mostly fun, the series aims to shed some light on the lesser discussed aspects of early modern life in England, namely poo, pants, passion and other such ponderings. Written, hosted, edited and produced by Anjna Chouhan.
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  • Dec 23 2021

    In this festive episode, I ask lots of wonderful people all about early modern Christmas and how it impacted domestic life. We cover everything from clothes to music, entertainment, fasting and feasting, and even a bit of decorating! For a Christmas treat, we hear from Brett Dolman, Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, as well as the wonderful Roxanne Bennis, living historian Esme Wise, historian Nic Fulcher, and literary scholar, Dr. Joan Fitzpatrick. Listen, enjoy and be merry! 

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    1 hr
  • Dec 17 2021

    Introducing the Christmas Special! Filled with fun and informative explorations of all things festive in the early modern period. The episode goes live on December 23rd.  

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    Less than 1 minute
  • Jul 1 2021

    In this episode, Anjna talks all things fitness: body and mind! We learn all about the power of music and dance with former Director of Music at Shakespeare's Globe, Bill Barclay, and historian, Roxanne Bennis. The social and cultural signficiance of exercise is covered by Dr. Eleanor Rycroft and the marvellous Dr. Sara Read (whose book about Gossips is defo where it's at!). Voicework is from Tim Atkinson, Will Harrison-Wallace, Jonathan McGarrity, Constanza Ruff, Neil Hancock, Sarah Horner and Rich Bunn.

    Thou shalt follow me on the Ter of Twits thusly: @ShakespearesPa2  

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    37 mins

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