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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Richard Denton
To please Shakespeare buffs, the programs also include fresh insights into the connection between his life and his art, he said.
"The real drive (was) to make a series of films that would be entertaining, that would show Shakespeare with the kind of enthusiasm that Jeremy brings to it," Denton said, and would be accessible to those unschooled in the playwright's work.