"Shakespeare Uncovered"

A series aired on American public television on the history of Shakespeare’s plays, introduced by prominent directors and actors.

Project details

Through interviews with actors, directors and scholars, visits to key locations, and excerpts from stage productions and screen adaptations, hosts renowned for their Shakespeare performances and productions tell the stories behind Shakespeare’s greatest dramatic works, revealing their lasting impact.

Links & downloads:
https://www.pbs.org/wnet/shakespeare-uncovered/uncategorized/shakespeare-uncovered-series-3/

Subject area: Humanities education and research

Subject areas

Cultural heritage and digitisation

We support major libraries and museums in digitising and displaying the riches of their collections, to make them available to researchers and the wider public in innovative and attractive ways.

Humanities education and research

We support research in the humanities at significant academic institutions, educational initiatives to inspire young people about the humanities, and the broadening of educational opportunity.

Excellence and innovation in the arts

We support artistic heritage, the development of new creative work and the nurturing of young performers.