Tag Archives: Christopher Moore

Episode 553. We Review ‘Will’

Have you seen Will, the new TNT series that imagines the so-called ‘lost-years’ of William Shakespeare as a world in which Shakespeare in Love meets The Clash? We review the first two episodes with New York Times best-selling novelist Christopher Moore, … Continue reading

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Episode 496. Novelist Louis Bayard

On April 23, 2016, the New York Times published an obituary of William Shakespeare as it might have appeared when he actually died in 1616. The obituary was written by novelist Louis Bayard, who we had the pleasure to meet on … Continue reading

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Episode 404. The Scottish Effect

Novelists Alexandra Sokoloff (American) and Craig Robertson (Scot) discuss how living in Scotland inspires their work. Featuring thin boundary issues, chasing markets, how art imitates life, so-called “monster-boning”, the differences between Glasgow and Edinburgh, shout-outs to novelists Ian Rankin, Alexander … Continue reading

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Episode 376. Playing The Fool

Olivier Award-winning actor Adrian Scarborough discusses playing the Fool in the National Theatre production of King Lear, starring Simon Russell Beale and directed by Sam Mendes, and shares the challenges of interpreting the role, his initial reluctance to take it, some impenetrable … Continue reading

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Episode 367. Books We Want

Live! From their dressing room at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Reed Martin, Dominic Conti, and Austin Tichenor talk about the books they want this holiday season — both to give and to get. Featuring puns both intended and unintended, … Continue reading

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