(The Extended Behind the Scenes Interviews were made available for general free download and are only available via a link on the product page. They don't show as the usual 'extra' in our accounts, so don't miss them.)
Excellent! Bugger, just realised I haven't listened to Hamlet yet either. Guess what I'll be listening to over Halloween then ... Cheers
Which proves the forum's 'naughty word' filter doesn't speak Olde English!
Definitely suitable Hallowe'en listening material -ideally it would have been out last weekend when Storm Brian "Contending with the fretful elements; Bids the wind blow the earth into the sea" but I'm sure the sound design will do the job impressively anyway!
Total running time: 3 hr 9 min plus 20 min of interviews on the CD/download zip. (Extended interviews from the Product Page link only.)
If anyone is looking for a tablet/phone-friendly downloadable text, www.folgerdigitaltexts.org is an excellent source, with free downloads of their Shakespeare editions in multiple formats (PDF, HTML, TXT, DOC, etc.) and easier than holding the Collected Works for three hours.
I expect the BF version will (like 'Hamlet') be slightly edited down from the full text.
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