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Shakespeare and Wales in the media

April 24, 2010

Despite the volcano, the Shakespeare and Wales symposium at Cardiff University went ahead as planned bringing together scholars from different parts of Wales, as well as much further afield. The event was well attended, with knowledgable participation and thought provoking speakers. […to be continued]

Professor Richard Wilson was interviewed about Shakespeare and Wales on BBC RADIO WALES just before the symposium. The interview can be accessed for a while here. Go to 2hr.24mins into the programme.

The Shakespeare and Wales symposium was also covered here:

Cardiff University Press Release

BBC WALES NEWS on Shakespeare and Wales containing an interview with Michael Bogdanov

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World News

The Guardian: Cardiff

The Western Mail – Wales Online

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