Royal Shakespeare Company Podcast
By Jane Markham
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The Royal Shakespeare Company has launched its most ambitious project ever - The Complete Works Festival which runs until April 2007. And there is more to it than the plays - this podcast is just a taster to what will be going on in Stratford Upon Avon in the coming months.
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