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Bruce Alexander is best known as Superintendent Mullett in A Touch of Frost and has appeared in many other TV shows such as Berkeley Square, Casualty and Peak Practice. He has also played major roles in the theatre, notably with the RSC. He is a director of ACTER, which annually tours Shakespeare to US campuses. He has featured in the Naxos AudioBooks recordings of Macbeth and Oedipus, and also reads Plato’s The Republic for Naxos AudioBooks.

Albums featuring this artist are available for download from ClassicsOnline.com
Role: Reader 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
GRIFFITH, T.: ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHY - An Introduction (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
HARDY,T.: Winter Words (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
PLATO: Republic (The) (Abridged) Naxos AudioBooks
PLATO: Trial and The Death of Socrates (The) - Apology / Phaedo (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
SHAKESPEARE, W: Macbeth (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
Plays - Shakespeare
SOPHOCLES: Oedipus the King (Unabridged) Naxos AudioBooks
Plays - Others

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