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Radio broadcast based upon the events in 3:1 of Romeo and Juliet

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Coursework - Radio News Broadcast (3:2) News Reader & Lady Capulet: Weatherman & Reporter: Benvolio: Prince: News Reader: Good den Verona, and welcome to Verona FM, with me as your host, Sebastian. Over to today's weather with Antonio. Weatherman: The day is hot, and thermometers are flying off the scales. Hellish heat waves swooping in from the Mediterranean are causing sweltering heats, and sweltering tempers. The heat will persist over until tomorrow's morn, where we will shall be cleansed in menacing thunderstorms and showers. Until these hot days retire, I suggest thou shalt forestall thyself into the shade, as to calm tepid moods, or aby the consequences of a quarrel. News Reader: Pardon me for interrupting, Antonio, but there's been a report of 2 fellows being slain on the street square, possibly concerning the feud between the Montagues and Capulets. ...read more.


Reporter: Lady Capulet, please control thine mad blood! (Lady Capulet slaps Benvolio, gasps in the background) Benvolio: Someone please escort this woman!` Reporter: Many apologies Benvolio, but would you be kind enough to consort with me for a second and answer a few questions with regards to this fatal incident? Did the Montague provoke the brawl? Benvolio: Romeo did all that was possible to try and escape this quarrel, ignoring many slander words uttered by Tybalt. O why didst they find it necessary not to withdraw themselves unto some private place, where they could reason coldly of their grievances without the repercussions created by a brawl in the town square? Reporter: So Benvolio, Romeo slew Tybalt? Benvolio: Tybalt, here slain, whom Romeo's hand did slay, but only in rage from the slaying of our dear friend Mercutio! ...read more.


I will be deaf to pleading and excuses; nor tears nor prayers shall purchase out abuses. Let Romeo hence in haste, else, when he's found, that hour is his last. Reporter: Dost thou not feel this decision is at all bias in the direction of the Montagues? Prince: Whilst it may appear the Montagues have scaped with but a slap on the wrists, the feud has already taken the lives of 2 noble young men. Taking the life of a third would become an unjustifiable spilling of blood, this is why I feel that justice has been done. I do not wish to comment further on this situation. Reporter: Well that's all we have time for here in Verona's town square. Back to you Sebastian. News Reader: Interesting stuff. We'll keep you up to date with developments as they happen. Next up, The Lute Brothers' latest single, with the chance to win a signed lute! ...read more.

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