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National Public Radio Covers Shakespeare Authorship Issue [SOS Blog]

National public radio recently presented a three-part sequence on the Shakespeare authorship issue. On the Morning Edition of July 2-4, 2008, Renee Montagne examined the contention in a concise but well-documented radio series. The last two editions can be heard ...

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Public Speaking – Know Thyself, Know Thy Shakespeare [SOS Blog]

  Sponsored by Bulldog Reporter Maximizing Podium Potential: Speech Coach Cossolotto Preaches Passion over PowerPoint August 1, 2007 ——————————————————————————– Brian Pittman’s spotlight this week: Matthew Cossolotto, Founder, Ovations International “If we fear public speaking more than death, the worst we ...

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Boston Globe Interviews an Oxfordian [SOS Blog]

The Living Arts Section of the Wednesday May 16, 2007 edition of the Boston Globe published an article titled Sitcom & Tradegy: Total Television Scribe Alex McNeil Is Now Consumed With Proving That Shakespeare Wasn't The Real Bard by Alex McNeil, an 'Oxfordian' and president of the Shakespeare Fellowship.

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