Corin Redgrave , Zoe Wanamaker and Michael Wood guest on a unique opportunity to experience Shakespeare's play as it would have been seen in the 16th century. Mark Rylance 's all-male company perform the tragedy in an authentic Elizabethan production - live from the Globe on the banks of the Thames. There's also a look backstage to see how the theatre operates and observe the artists behind this production.
(W) BBCi: interactive features available via the red button on the handset
Interactive theatre: page 10
A teacher reflects on his 20 years in an isolated farming community. From four-year-olds working the photocopier to a 12-year-old driving a tractor, Nicolas Philibert 's 2002 documentary depicts young spirit and learning in the Auvergne hills. Showing as part of Storyville. In French with English subtitles.
Steve Earle, Eliza Carthy, La Bottine Souriante, Martin Simpson, the Waifs, Ron Sexsmith, John McCusker and Phil Cunningham, Afrocelts, Orchestra Baobab, Dervish, Rosanne Cash, John Spiers and Jon Boden, Berroguetto, Laura Cantrell and Danu - live in 2003. (W)
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