Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: FREE audio and more


drjekyllmrhyde3241_01“All human beings, as we meet them, are commingled out of good and evil: and Edward Hyde, alone, in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil.”

Whilst Y11 draw towards the end of their Victorian Literature studies, it’s not too early, as I said at Parents’ Evening, to start your revision.  Some of our Y13 students could also do a lot worse than being familiar with the text.

And if you haven’t been studying Stevenson’s wonderful Gothic tale, it’s about time you became familiar with the story!  The BBC has a couple of interesting resources for you …

Until 19 December, you can listen to a free 90-minute BBC radio adaptation of the story by clicking here … it’s an adaptation rather than a reading, so whilst it doesn’t follow the story completely faithfully, it’s still a valuable resource for you all.  It also happens to be introduced by David Tennant.  Additionally, if you need more persuading,  there’s a related BBC article giving eight reasons why you should get to know Jekyll and Hyde.






English Teacher; Shakespeare Geek; Science Fiction Nerd; Adult Fan Of Lego (AFOL); Scrabble Warrior; Television Refusenik. Above all, READER ...

Tagged with: , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *