Star of 'The Railway Children' and 'Walkabout' Jenny Agutter was a guest on 'The Late Late Show' in 1991 where she spoke to Gay Byrne about her plans to do more theatre work and to get involved in directing and production.

Jenny Agutter also talks about teaching Shakespeare to children in schools in Watts, a neighbourhood of Los Angeles. 

These children had no preconceived ideas at all about what they were doing.

She explains how they would take the stories apart and turn them into rap giving an example from Romeo and Juliet.

This is a story you'll never forget about the Montagues and the Capulets.
They lived on the streets of Verona but Romeo was a bit of a loner.
He fell in love with Juliet, the problem was she was a Capulet. 
The story goes on and ends in grief for the families there was no relief. 

This episode of 'The Late Late Show' was broadcast on 22 March 1991.