Shakespeare in Original Pronunciation (OP): A very fascinating explanation of how Shakespeare's plays and sonnets may have been pronounced. Suddenly, I understand why he considered "prove" and "love" rhymes. Includes an explanation as to why they believe this is the more correct pronunciation.
I found the comparison of lines fascinating. The accent of OP sounds more grounded to me, possibly because of its rhotic R pronunciation. Certainly less plummy than RP (Received Pronunciation, which many upper-class English and NPR dj's prefer).
Okay, here's Khamlet in the original Klingon. You knew it existed:
Her Grace has Khamlet somewhere on her bookshelves. She hasn't, however, read the whole thing.