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Talk the Talk: Shakespeare and Marlowe (featuring Eve Siebert)

Tuesday 1st November / presented by Kylie Sturgess Daniel Midgley Ben Ainslie

Looks like Shakespeare's got some company.

A new edition of Shakespeare's works credits another author — Christopher Marlowe — with some of the Bard's work. But how can you tell? Is this just another Shakespearean conspiracy theory? And what does this mean for Shakespeare's legacy?

Scholar and skeptic Eve Siebert talks with Daniel, Kylie, and Ben on this episode of Talk the Talk.

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