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Hamlet knows who killed his father, but what should he do? Tonderai Munyevu explains why Hamlet was right to take his time before trying to make things right.
Why do Shakespeare's plays attract audiences around the world? British actor James Garnon explains how Shakespeare's verse and expressions have captured the hearts of so many people.
Why does Caliban in The Tempest choose forgiveness and mercy over revenge? James Garnon explains his choice, as well as when children can start seeing Shakespeare plays.
Listen to an extract from a lecture on emotional intelligence given by a professor at a business school.
In this video, the players talk about their hopes and future plans.
In this video, the players talk about the challenges they faced learning English.
Listen to a press conference with the Minister for Energy.
The story of English starts more than a thousand years ago. Richard goes to the British Library to hear – and see – how the language has changed over the years.
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