The Folger Library is the home of Shakespeare scholarship in the US, and the largest Shakespearean collection in the world; they've got more First Folios than The British Library (82 vs. 5). They're also expert in building bridges between the plays and the public, whether it's through performances, exhibitions, or this regular podcast. Whether it's developing our understanding of the man's life and times (what do we learn from an excavation of Shakespeare's home in Stratford-upon-Avon? What does his writing about girls and medicine and religion tell us about Elizabethan England?), or looking to the way we interpret and repurpose his work today (in prisons, in sign language, and all over the world), it's an accessible portal into centuries-old texts that have never, ever stopped giving.