I know this will be of interest to a few list members.
On the radio right now is a show on 'The Connection' called
"Shakespeare and Sexuality." 'The Connection' is carried by
NPR - National Public Radio.
Taken from today's rdition of the webpage
Shakespeare and Sexuality
A mysterious portrait is
re-igniting the debate over the
bard's romantic preferences. So
if he was bi, or gay, does it
matter, should it matter, in how
we read his work?
If you can't pick up a later broadcast of this show (Boston's WBUR
repeats the shows in the evening) you may be able to listen to it
The page for the Shakespeare show is at:
There is a link there that probably allows you to listen to the show
(Sorry, my browser and O/S don't allow me to check for sure.)