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Don't Quill the Messenger : Shakespeare Authorship Explored

Jul 21, 2021

Steven welcomes Dublin-based lawyer, Rosemary O'Loughlin, to the series to discuss her discovery of what she believes are Oxfordian allusions contained within Irish playwright Brian Friel's play, "Translations." Rosemary is also the winner of the 2019 "Who Wrote Shakespeare?" Video Contest, as well as one of the social...

Jun 23, 2021

Steven welcomes John Brooks to the series. Brooks is the host of the podcast, "Hard To Believe," and a Connecticut prep school religious studies teacher. Steven calls upon John's expertise in world religions to examine why Stratfordians cling so tightly to the Stratford narrative.

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Jun 9, 2021

All the way from the Turks and Caicos Islands, Steven talks with international listener, Clare Jaget (aka Quiller Clare), about how she became an Oxfordian, discovered our show, and what it was like to arrange a gathering of friends to hear a presentation on the Shakespeare Authorship Question. It was indeed a dinner...

May 26, 2021

Steven welcomes back his most popular guest of 2020, researcher and author Katherine Chiljan, to discuss how the man from Stratford became a convenient cover for the works of Shakespeare.

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May 12, 2021

Steven speaks with investigative journalist Michael Blanding about his new book exploring the research of Dennis McCarthy who points to Sir Thomas North as an undiscovered source of Shakespearean writings.

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