Shakespeare Unlocked, part of the BBC's contribution to the London 2012 Festival, is a season exploring how one man captured so much about what it means to be human.
The BBC has teamed up with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and the British Museum for the World Shakespeare Festival to celebrate Shakespeare's life and work.
The Royal Shakespeare Company's 2012 production of Shakespeare's fast-moving thriller about a struggle for democracy.
Neil MacGregor explores the world of Shakespeare and his audience through twenty objects from that turbulent period.
Shakespeare's most popular and widely studied plays are unlocked by actors and directors at the Royal Shakespeare Company. A fantastic resource for students and teachers of Shakespeare.
The Hollow Crown brings together four adaptations of Shakespeare's history plays, forming a continuous story of monarchy and political power struggle.
Behind the scenes with Costume designer Annie Symons.
King Richard faces a rebellion.
Rebels threaten Henry IV and his wayward son.
Rebels are still plotting against Henry IV.
Henry V takes England to war. The English confront the French at Agincourt.
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