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You can find several YouTube videos featuring renown
Scottish actor Ian Richardson recitations of some of John Milton’s works.Richardson
(1934-2007) was a founding member (1960) of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and
remained a major figure in the Company for decades.His career spanned the British and American
theatre, films and television, including the role of Henry Higgins in the 1976
revival of My Fair Lady for which he
received a Tony Award nomination.
Speech by Satan from Book One of Paradise Lost
Introduced by Sir John Gielgud (1904-2000). Gielgud is
one of the few entertainers to have won all four of the major awards in the
entertainment business: The Academy Award, the Emmy Award, the Tony Award, and
the Grammy Award. (An interesting bit of trivia is that Sir Gielgud was J. K. Rowling's original inspiration for the character of Albus Dumbledore.)
First Part of Paradise Lost
Ian Richardson reading the first part of Paradise Lost.
Artist Terrance Lindall recites excerpts from Paradise Lost, accompanied by his paintings.
Paradise Lost altarpiece (2009) created by Terrance Lindall.
Yale University Courses
This is just one example from over 500 lectures from YaleUniversity
you can find on YouTube.It is suggested
you search using “YaleCourses” as your keyword.You will find a number of lectures on Milton and his works.