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Don't Quill the Messenger : Shakespeare Authorship Explored

Dec 23, 2020

Steven welcomes Hank Whittemore back to the show for the second of back-to-back episodes exploring further entries in Whittemore's book, "100 Reasons Shake-Speare Was The Earl of Oxford." In this episode they discuss reasons #53, #61, #69, #85, and #99, touching on topics such as Oxford and Southampton, astronomy, royal...


Dec 9, 2020

Steven welcomes Hank Whittemore back to the show for the first of a two-part series of episodes exploring further entries in Whittemore's book, "100 Reasons Shake-Speare Was The Earl of Oxford." In this episode, they discuss reasons #3, #14, #23, #30, and #46, touching on topics such as stage directing,...


Nov 25, 2020

Steven and University of Winnipeg Librarian Michael Dudley talk about Dudley's application of the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education from the Association of College and Research Libraries to analyze and critique standard Stratfordian rhetoric aimed at dismissing and marginalizing the SAQ, and...


Nov 11, 2020

Steven welcomes prominent real estate lawyer Dorothea Dickerman to the show to discuss her tactic of actually touring the sites of Italy found in Shakespeare's plays as a means to expose her lawyer husband to the evidence that the author must have toured Italy.

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Oct 28, 2020

Steven welcomes guest Alex McNeill to the podcast to discuss his nearly three decades of involvement with the Oxfordian movement, McNeill's analysis of the Shakespeare Authorship Question as a trained lawyer, and how much the absence of evidence can reveal to an objective enquiring mind.

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