174T Podcast

by 174T

Alexander Waugh and Maudie talk to bright enlightened people from across the world about Shakespeare, Edward de Vere and all things Elizabethan. Who really wrote those plays? Knowing the answer may change your life!

Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • To be, or Jacobi

    To be, or Jacobi

    In our eighth episode Alexander and Maudie are honoured to interview the greatest living Shakespearean actor to ever grace the stage, Sir Derek Jacobi. In this episode Derek talks about his upbringing, his first experience on the stage, how he performs Shakespeare, as well as his experience with stage fright and when he first doubted Shakespeare as the author of the works.

  • Dedicated Dudley

    Dedicated Dudley

    In our seventh episode Alexander and Maudie talk to librarian, historian and Shakespearean scholar Michael Quinn Dudley about his about his career, the authorship question and his fascinating book “The Shakespeare Authorship Question and Philosophy: Knowledge, Rhetoric, Identity”.

  • Get Rich Quick!

    Get Rich Quick!

    In our sixth episode Alexander and Maudie talk to renowned actor and director Richard Clifford about treading the boards, directing, seeing Edward de Vere's Bible and of course his Oxfordian journey.

  • Where there’s a Will, there’s a Waugh

    Where there’s a Will, there’s a Waugh

    In our fifth episode Maudie talks to Alexander about the authorship question. Join us on an intriguing journey through history, as we unravel the mystery behind the Bard’s name. If you’re new to the Shakespeare authorship question, this episode is your gateway to a captivating world of literary intrigue.

  • Winkler's Wave

    Winkler's Wave

    For our fourth episode we speak to the very talented Elizabeth Winkler who has taken the Shakespeare authorship world by storm. Riding on the wave that Elizabeth has created we discuss the reactions her remarkable book “Shakespeare Was a Women and Other Heresies” has received as well as her recent trip to Italy and of course her love of Gondolas!