Last year around this time the London theatre world was all a-buzz over a new production of Hamlet from the Royal Shakespeare Company. Tickets for the limited run sold out in three hours, and we’ll concede that some of the mania stemmed from the casting of Doctor Who’s David Tennant as Hamlet opposite Star Trek’s Patrick Stewart as Claudius. But theatre buffs were as excited as everyone else, and even the lion’s share of the critics were onboard. For all who are sorry they missed it, and for all who were lucky enough to see it, the production has been adapted to film for the BBC’s holiday schedule. Look for it next year on PBS and on DVD. Click here for a review from the BBC News archive. Be sure and scroll down for a video report from the stage door.