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The Book Show
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The Book Show: James Runcie

Season 7  |  Episode 9  |  Arts  |  September 5, 2017
A-list authors and big-name guests discuss their favourite reads and their own works. The series features interviews with leading authors and well known guests, it covers ...

A-list authors and big-name guests discuss their favourite reads and their own works. The series features interviews with leading authors and well known guests, it covers topical literary news such as the trend for vampire fiction, the phenomenon of atheist books, the demise of paper books, and authors' working environments. Also included is entertainment, either music inspired by literature or performance poetry. This episode features guests James Runcie, Mariam Said and Peter Guttridge.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: July 5, 2016

ABC  |  July 5, 2016
Virginia Gay, Michael Williams and Toni Jordan join Jen, Marieke and Jason to discuss Louise Erdrich's haunting new release La Rose and Dorothy Sayer's timeless whodunit, ...

Virginia Gay, Michael Williams and Toni Jordan join Jen, Marieke and Jason to discuss Louise Erdrich's haunting new release La Rose and Dorothy Sayer's timeless whodunit, Gaudy Night.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: August 2, 2016

ABC  |  August 2, 2016
Michael Williams, Toni Jordan and Gorgi Coghlan join Club regulars to discuss what comes after happily ever after in Alain de Botton's The Course of Love. They tackle Jason's ...

Michael Williams, Toni Jordan and Gorgi Coghlan join Club regulars to discuss what comes after happily ever after in Alain de Botton's The Course of Love. They tackle Jason's pick, classic outback horror story Wake in Fright.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: Books That Divide A Dinner Party

ABC  |  July 3, 2016
This episode is sure to bring fireworks to the table. Christos Tsiolkas, Geoff Cousins, Zoe Norton Lodge and Amelia Lester join Jennifer Byrne to debate Book that Divides a ...

This episode is sure to bring fireworks to the table. Christos Tsiolkas, Geoff Cousins, Zoe Norton Lodge and Amelia Lester join Jennifer Byrne to debate Book that Divides a Dinner Party.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: November 2013

ABC  |  November 5, 2013
This November, Ben Quilty and Kathryn Heyman join The Book Club to discuss Richard Flanagan's new release The Narrow Road to the Deep North along with Chris Ware's classic ...

This November, Ben Quilty and Kathryn Heyman join The Book Club to discuss Richard Flanagan's new release The Narrow Road to the Deep North along with Chris Ware's classic graphic novel Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: May 16, 2017

ABC  |  May 16, 2017
Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by Di Morrissey and Adam Liaw to consider 'Jean Harley Was Here' by Heather Taylor Johnson and a favourite of two ...

Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by Di Morrissey and Adam Liaw to consider 'Jean Harley Was Here' by Heather Taylor Johnson and a favourite of two Clubbers - 'The Group' by Mary McCarthy.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: July 12, 2016

ABC  |  July 12, 2016
Prepare for mystery and intrigue as Michael Williams and Rosie Waterland join the team to discuss Noah Hawley's page-turner, Before the Fall. Plus Michael brings his ...

Prepare for mystery and intrigue as Michael Williams and Rosie Waterland join the team to discuss Noah Hawley's page-turner, Before the Fall. Plus Michael brings his favourite, Nancy Mitford's Love in a Cold Climate.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: May 24, 2016

ABC  |  May 24, 2016
Sydney Writers' Festival headliner Jeanette Winterson joins Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy, Jason Steger and Virginia Gay in the return of The Book Club. Includes exclusive ...

Sydney Writers' Festival headliner Jeanette Winterson joins Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy, Jason Steger and Virginia Gay in the return of The Book Club. Includes exclusive live performance by Paul Kelly.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: June 21, 2016

ABC  |  June 21, 2016
We sail into icy waters to discuss a chillingly brutal novel The Midnight Watch by David Dyer. The team is joined by guests Rosie Waterland and Omar Musa.

We sail into icy waters to discuss a chillingly brutal novel The Midnight Watch by David Dyer. The team is joined by guests Rosie Waterland and Omar Musa.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: December 8, 2016

ABC  |  December 8, 2016
Jennifer Byrne and regular panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by best-selling author Graeme Simsion and comedian Kitty Flanagan to count down the top 10 ...

Jennifer Byrne and regular panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by best-selling author Graeme Simsion and comedian Kitty Flanagan to count down the top 10 viewer-voted classic beach books of all time.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: June 14, 2016

ABC  |  June 14, 2016
It's crime time as guests Adam Liaw and Michael Robotham attempt to solve the mystery behind Emily McGuire's An Isolated Incident while Marieke brings Lucky Jim to the Club.

It's crime time as guests Adam Liaw and Michael Robotham attempt to solve the mystery behind Emily McGuire's An Isolated Incident while Marieke brings Lucky Jim to the Club.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: April 25, 2017

ABC  |  April 25, 2017
Join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy, Jason Steger and special guests for heated debates on new and classic books, plus the latest literary news.

Join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy, Jason Steger and special guests for heated debates on new and classic books, plus the latest literary news.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: April 18, 2017

ABC  |  April 18, 2017
Joining the program is crime writer Michael Robotham and author Clementine Ford. The group will discuss Kathryn Heyman's thriller Storm and Grace, and JD Vance's Hillbilly ...

Joining the program is crime writer Michael Robotham and author Clementine Ford. The group will discuss Kathryn Heyman's thriller Storm and Grace, and JD Vance's Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: June 7, 2016

ABC  |  June 7, 2016
Guests Ben Law and Omar Musa join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger to discuss Graham Swift's 'Mothering Sunday' and Alison Bechdel's graphic novel 'Fun Home'.

Guests Ben Law and Omar Musa join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger to discuss Graham Swift's 'Mothering Sunday' and Alison Bechdel's graphic novel 'Fun Home'.

Jennifer Byrne Presents
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Jennifer Byrne Presents: Pens and Prejudice

ABC  |  September 17, 2013
Joining Jennifer Byrne are guests Anna Krien, Kate Mosse, Ramona Koval and James Wood to discuss the relationship between women and words in this special Sydney Writers ...

Joining Jennifer Byrne are guests Anna Krien, Kate Mosse, Ramona Koval and James Wood to discuss the relationship between women and words in this special Sydney Writers Festival edition.

First Tuesday Book Club With Jennifer Byrne
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First Tuesday Book Club With Jennifer Byrne: August 2011

ABC  |  August 2, 2011
Welcome to the First Tuesday Book Club. Host Jennifer Byrne, and panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are back to explore the world of books; from prize winners to ...

Welcome to the First Tuesday Book Club. Host Jennifer Byrne, and panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are back to explore the world of books; from prize winners to blockbusters, hot off the presses new releases to much loved classics. The books for August are: The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov and In Past The Shallows by Favel Parrett.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: May 2, 2017

ABC  |  May 2, 2017
Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by Guests John Safran and Michael Williams to discuss Michael Chabon's Moonglow and the frolicking classic - Miss ...

Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by Guests John Safran and Michael Williams to discuss Michael Chabon's Moonglow and the frolicking classic - Miss Pettigrew Lives for the Day.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: May 30, 2017

ABC  |  May 30, 2017
Jennifer Byrne is joined by a special panel of authors at the Sydney Writers' Festival for 'Books That Changed My Life' featuring guests George Saunders, Anne Enright, Brit ...

Jennifer Byrne is joined by a special panel of authors at the Sydney Writers' Festival for 'Books That Changed My Life' featuring guests George Saunders, Anne Enright, Brit Bennett and Mikhail Zygar.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: August 2015

ABC  |  August 2, 2015
In August Kate Langbroek, and author Andy Griffiths join The Book Club to discuss Harper Lee's much anticipated second novel Go Set A Watchman, and the 1961 classic This Sweet ...

In August Kate Langbroek, and author Andy Griffiths join The Book Club to discuss Harper Lee's much anticipated second novel Go Set A Watchman, and the 1961 classic This Sweet Sickness by Patricia Highsmith.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: August 9, 2016

ABC  |  August 9, 2016
The Book Club wraps up its 10th series with Yuri Herrera's Mexican film noir The Transmigration of Bodies. Join Jennifer, Marieke, Jason, Virginia Gay and Margaret Pomeranz.

The Book Club wraps up its 10th series with Yuri Herrera's Mexican film noir The Transmigration of Bodies. Join Jennifer, Marieke, Jason, Virginia Gay and Margaret Pomeranz.

Jennifer Byrne Presents
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Jennifer Byrne Presents: Margaret Atwood

ABC  |  May 28, 2013
Margaret Atwood has a truly stellar literary career. Achieving her first professional publication at just 20, she won her first award at 22. With over 50 titles published, ...

Margaret Atwood has a truly stellar literary career. Achieving her first professional publication at just 20, she won her first award at 22. With over 50 titles published, including 13 novels and 10 non-fiction books, as well as poetry, short stories and children's books, Atwood is as prolific as she is venerated. She has accumulated numerous awards and accolades spanning over five decades.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: September 2014

ABC  |  September 2, 2014
A program hosted by book lover and ABC arts personality Jennifer Byrne. An integral part of the book world it features regular panellists and guests from the world of ...

A program hosted by book lover and ABC arts personality Jennifer Byrne. An integral part of the book world it features regular panellists and guests from the world of literature, entertainment, sport or politics.

Talking Books
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Talking Books

BBC World News  |  October 15, 2010
Once again the debate around the Great American Novel has occupied the literati on both sides of the Atlantic and once again it is Jonathan Franzen that has prompted the ...

Once again the debate around the Great American Novel has occupied the literati on both sides of the Atlantic and once again it is Jonathan Franzen that has prompted the discussion.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: July 2013

ABC  |  July 2, 2013
This month on The Book Club, host Jennifer Byrne and panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by writers Benjamin Law and Carrie Tiffany. The two books being ...

This month on The Book Club, host Jennifer Byrne and panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by writers Benjamin Law and Carrie Tiffany. The two books being reviewed are Gillian Flynn's debut novel Sharp Objects as well as the classic, Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: July 19, 2016

ABC  |  July 19, 2016
Michael Robotham and Benjamin Law are back again to discuss Ian McGuire's The North Water, a 19th century tale of murder. And for the 'favourite' we turn to Michael's choice, ...

Michael Robotham and Benjamin Law are back again to discuss Ian McGuire's The North Water, a 19th century tale of murder. And for the 'favourite' we turn to Michael's choice, The Other Hand (or Little Bee) by Chris Cleave.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: May 31, 2016

ABC  |  May 31, 2016
Join Jennifer Byrne for Books That Changed My Life featuring Sydney Writers' Festival guests Marlon James, Paula Hawkins, Kate Tempest and Vivian Gornick.

Join Jennifer Byrne for Books That Changed My Life featuring Sydney Writers' Festival guests Marlon James, Paula Hawkins, Kate Tempest and Vivian Gornick.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: July 26, 2016

ABC  |  July 26, 2016
John Birmingham, Kitty Flanagan, Noel Pearson and fantasy writer CS Pacat join Jennifer Byrne for The Book Club's last fun-themed special for the series: The Books That ...

John Birmingham, Kitty Flanagan, Noel Pearson and fantasy writer CS Pacat join Jennifer Byrne for The Book Club's last fun-themed special for the series: The Books That Transport You.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: May 9, 2017

ABC  |  May 9, 2017
Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by C.S. Pacat and Zoe Norton Lodge as The Book Club grapples with the ghostly Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders ...

Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by C.S. Pacat and Zoe Norton Lodge as The Book Club grapples with the ghostly Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders and the timely classic, The Handmaid's Tale.

First Tuesday Book Club With Jennifer Byrne
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First Tuesday Book Club With Jennifer Byrne: Summer Special - December 2009

ABC  |  December 13, 2009
Welcome to the First Tuesday Book Club's annual one-hour summer celebration of books and reading. Joining the club to talk all things summer reading, are special guests, Chair ...

Welcome to the First Tuesday Book Club's annual one-hour summer celebration of books and reading. Joining the club to talk all things summer reading, are special guests, Chair of Sydney Writers' Festival, Sandra Yates, and John Birmingham, the blogger and bestselling Australian author of He Died With A Felafel in his Hand.

Jennifer Byrne Presents
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Jennifer Byrne Presents: On The Road

ABC  |  September 21, 2010
Jennifer welcomes book lovers to a special movable feast, as we follow some restless writers, On The Road. From Marco Polo's reports from the mysterious East, Mark Twain's ...

Jennifer welcomes book lovers to a special movable feast, as we follow some restless writers, On The Road. From Marco Polo's reports from the mysterious East, Mark Twain's adventures right here in Australia, through to Che Guevara's formative wanderings across South America, travel literature has a long, proud history. Books like Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat Pray Love - and writers like Bill Bryson - regularly top the bestseller lists, yet there are those who consider the genre a shot duck.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: May 23, 2017

ABC  |  May 23, 2017
Guests Ben Quilty and Jane Allen join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger to discuss David Grann's exploration into the Osage county murders and much-loved ...

Guests Ben Quilty and Jane Allen join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger to discuss David Grann's exploration into the Osage county murders and much-loved children's classic Watership Down.

The Book Club
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The Book Club: June 6, 2017

ABC  |  June 6, 2017
Sydney Writers' Festival guests Colson Whitehead and Natalie Haynes join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger to discuss Arundhati Roy's The Ministry of Utmost ...

Sydney Writers' Festival guests Colson Whitehead and Natalie Haynes join Jennifer Byrne, Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger to discuss Arundhati Roy's The Ministry of Utmost Happiness and Junot Diaz's Drown.

Richard Flanagan: Life After Death
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Richard Flanagan: Life After Death

ABC  |  November 29, 2016
Richard Flanagan journeys with presenter Alan Yentob through his native Tasmania, visiting the places that have inspired his novels, and on to Thailand, to see first-hand the ...

Richard Flanagan journeys with presenter Alan Yentob through his native Tasmania, visiting the places that have inspired his novels, and on to Thailand, to see first-hand the site of the Death Railway.

Today's Russia: A Literary Landscape
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Today's Russia: A Literary Landscape

FOXTEL Arts  |  November 14, 2016
After the collapse of the USSR, the world stopped hearing so much about Russian writers. But that doesn't mean they stopped writing. This eye-opening film allows us to ...

After the collapse of the USSR, the world stopped hearing so much about Russian writers. But that doesn't mean they stopped writing. This eye-opening film allows us to reconnect with what makes Russian literature so remarkable. With dramatic readings by Stephen Fry and award-winning original animations, the distinct worlds of some of Russia's most powerful imaginations are bought to life. Six contemporary Russian authors take us on a journey through the country's literature, its influences, its role in shaping social and political change and its relationship with power. This program showcases some of Russia's most remarkable modern talent with intimate personal encounters with Russia's most talented contemporary authors. In Moscow we march with the poet who leads many of the anti-Putin demonstrations, and we sit in the flat of the former scientist who only turned to writing after she fell afoul of the KGB in the 1970s. We meet the former Special Forces officer who writes touchingly of provincial life, but idolises Mickey Rourke, 50 Cent - and Stalin. We are taken by a master of chilling horror stories to the secret spot in Moscow's Gorky Park where the old Soviet-era rides of her childhood are being dismantled. Audiences will discover writers like the astounding Armenian writer, Ludmila Ulitskaya, who spent her entire adult life writing an 1000-page fantasy masterpiece. Lastly, the film treats audiences to an exclusive interview with Russia's most scandalous and violent literary novelist Vladimir Sorokin (critically acclaimed by the New York Review of Books) who compared the ruling Putin clique to the medieval torturers who served Ivan the Terrible. This program allows audiences to question not only what they thought they knew about Russian literature but also what they think they know about Russia. Each writer has their own surprising voice, often with more in common with Julian Barnes and Jonathan Franzen than Gogol or Tolstoy.

Stick Man
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Stick Man

ABC  |  December 24, 2016
Stick Man lives in the family tree with his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three but it's dangerous being a Stick Man as a dog wants to play with him. Join Stick Man ...

Stick Man lives in the family tree with his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three but it's dangerous being a Stick Man as a dog wants to play with him. Join Stick Man on his troublesome journey back to the family tree.

Poetry: Between The Lines
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Poetry: Between The Lines: London By William Blake

ABC ME  |  November 24, 2016
Presented by hip-hop star Akala, this series features contemporary poets including Jackie Kay, Gillian Clarke and Ciaran Carson in conversation with Akala about some of their ...

Presented by hip-hop star Akala, this series features contemporary poets including Jackie Kay, Gillian Clarke and Ciaran Carson in conversation with Akala about some of their best-loved poems.

Dickens In America
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Dickens In America

Episode 2  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  January 15, 2017
Margolyes arrives in Boston Mass which proved to be much to Dickens liking, and visits all the places he saw including, most movingly, Boston's extraordinary Blind School, ...

Margolyes arrives in Boston Mass which proved to be much to Dickens liking, and visits all the places he saw including, most movingly, Boston's extraordinary Blind School, Helen Keller's alma mater.

Anna Karenina: A Ballet in Two Acts
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Anna Karenina: A Ballet in Two Acts

FOXTEL Arts  |  February 20, 2017
This is the tragic story of a married aristocrat/socialite and her affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. The story starts when she arrives in the midst of a family broken up ...

This is the tragic story of a married aristocrat/socialite and her affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. The story starts when she arrives in the midst of a family broken up by her brother's unbridled womanizing - something that prefigures her own later situation, though she would experience less tolerance by others. A bachelor, Vronsky is eager to marry her if she would agree to leave her husband Alexei Karenin, a government official, but she is vulnerable to the pressures of Russian social norms, her own insecurities, and Karenin's indecision. Although Vronsky and Anna go to Italy, where they can be together, they have trouble making friends. Back in Russia, she is shunned, becoming further isolated and anxious, while Vronsky pursues his social life. Despite Vronsky's reassurances, she grows increasingly possessive and paranoid about his imagined infidelity, fearing loss of control. Music by Rodion Shchedrin and choreography by Alexei Ratmansky.

Secret Treasures of the British Library
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Secret Treasures of the British Library

Season 2  |  Episode 4  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  December 8, 2016
The restoration of the English monarchy in 1660 marked the beginning of a new era not only for English society but also for English culture. In drama, art and music, the ...

The restoration of the English monarchy in 1660 marked the beginning of a new era not only for English society but also for English culture. In drama, art and music, the century following the accession of King Charles II was a magnificent age, and in poetry, the era produced some the country's greatest ever men of verse. Drawing on contemporary events for subject matter and the classical past for inspiration, John Dryden, Alexander Pope and Samuel Johnson defined the poetic spirit of the time. These men were the greatest poets of the English Augustan Age.

Shakespeare Trilogy
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Shakespeare Trilogy

Episode 3  |  ABC  |  June 30, 1991
The Shakespearean properties preserved by the Shakespeare birthplace trust constitute a unique physical heritage. In addition the trust is the custodian of priceless library, ...

The Shakespearean properties preserved by the Shakespeare birthplace trust constitute a unique physical heritage. In addition the trust is the custodian of priceless library, archive and museum collections.

Shakespeare Trilogy
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Shakespeare Trilogy

Episode 1  |  ABC  |  June 16, 1991
An exploration of the countryside into which Shakespeare was born is essential for an understanding of his life and work. Depicts scenes and places familiar to the poet, ...

An exploration of the countryside into which Shakespeare was born is essential for an understanding of his life and work. Depicts scenes and places familiar to the poet, illustrating the rich and beautiful countryside surrounding Stratford-on-Avon.

Shakespeare Trilogy
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Shakespeare Trilogy

Episode 2  |  ABC  |  June 23, 1991
Provides a fascinating and informative account of William Shakespeare’s life and work set against the background of the town in which he was born and died. Skillful filming ...

Provides a fascinating and informative account of William Shakespeare’s life and work set against the background of the town in which he was born and died. Skillful filming recreates the charm and atmosphere of the scenes and buildings associated with him.

Beatrix Potter: Patricia Routledge
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Beatrix Potter: Patricia Routledge

FOXTEL Arts  |  November 21, 2016
National treasure Patricia Routledge takes us on a journey into the fascinating story of one of the world's greatest artists, authors and farmers! Internationally loved and ...

National treasure Patricia Routledge takes us on a journey into the fascinating story of one of the world's greatest artists, authors and farmers! Internationally loved and admired, Patricia is the Patron of the Beatrix Potter Society and is a passionate expert about Beatrix Potter. Join Patricia on a visual feast featuring the stunning landscapes of Cumbria and a close up look at the remarkable art created by one of the greatest illustrators in the world. Delve into Potter's journal that she began writing at only 15 and discover the fascinating code she developed - it was not cracked until 8 years after her death! And explore the farming legacy Beatrix left behind, enabling many Cumbrian farmers to continue making a living. Authored with passion, perhaps even obsession, this charming and fascinating programme, tells the definitive and most comprehensive story of Beatrix Potter; a practical, formidable, remarkable woman.

JRR Tolkien: Designer of Worlds
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JRR Tolkien: Designer of Worlds

The History Channel  |  June 25, 2018
For many people, the English writer JRR Tolkien (1892-1973) is above all the author of the Lord of the Rings, the films directed and produced by Peter Jackson from 2001 to ...

For many people, the English writer JRR Tolkien (1892-1973) is above all the author of the Lord of the Rings, the films directed and produced by Peter Jackson from 2001 to 2003. But what most people are unaware of is that this immensely successful novel is only the tip of a monumental corpus, started in the 1910s, and which he pursued to the day he died in 1973. Translated to over 60 languages, Tolkien's books have deeply marked the imagination of millions of readers throughout the world. However, in a period of triumphant Hollywood blockbusters, part of the mystery may be fading away, something that is attached to a unique type of literary creativity. This film goes back to the origins of this tremendous creation and, at the same time, it is an opportunity to (re)discover the surprising personality of its author. Who was this quiet and scholarly man who taught languages and old English literature at Oxford? How was this gigantic project born? Going back and forth between ordinary reality and an immaterial and fabulously rich reality, the story offers to reveal the meaning of Tolkien's life as a marvellous adventure of the mind.

After your secondary students have finished reading their recommended texts, encourage them to "compare and contrast" classic and popular books with their adaptations from Australia and Hollywood.
The English language has evolved into far more than an integral communicative tool. Explore the power of words as a spotlight is shone on the next generation of wordsmiths.
Today's complex structure of classrooms make it difficult to use a single approach to teach reading and writing. This literacy focus playlist assists in teaching reading and writing for all learners.
What do The Lion King and The Bad Sleep Well have in common? They're based on Hamlet! Transformative texts recreate aspects of a story to reveal new contexts through adaptation and intertextuality.
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