Here is a book that I enjoyed recently: It is a memoir by Rhoda Janzen “Mennonite in a Little Black Dress”. Very well written, moving yet humorous.
Coming up on Easter Sunday (20 April 19h30-21h55 GMT - or is it UCT these days?), on the BBC’s Radio 3: Antony and Cleopatra with Kenneth Brannagh and Alex Kingston whose voices are simply amazing in this production (and normally, too). They both are outstanding actors. Before the play there is a broadcast about Shakespeare, arguing for and against his genius.
Thank you Sannet , I’m really what to check it
@TheBrazilianPolyglot: I don’t know whether the “… Little Black Dress” will fit you, but the Shakespeare certainly will suit you! :))
Even if you can’t listen to it on Sunday, it will be available internationally on the BBC iplayer (Radio) for a week or so, sometimes longer.
I have gone through both the books and I must say both of them are really very inspiring.It inspires the readers to lead their life in an optimistic way.
Wow I came to this thread expecting spam for viagra or something.
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@spatterson Hope you aren’t too disappointed! This Sunday it’ll be the turn of Romeo and Juliet, same time, same station!
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Romeo and Juilet. One of my alltime favorite Dire Straits songs.
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Thank you for the link! I can’t believe I forgot Dire Straits’ Romeo and Juliet. Am really getting old. What a song.