Paul Schofield is Thomas More, wearing a football boot on one leg and a cricket pad on the other, telling a drumstick-tossing Robert Shaw where to stick his decree nisi. Leo McKern is Thomas Cromwell, Orson Welles takes the Terry Scott part, and Susannah York, John Hurt, Corin ‘zero fame’ Redgrave and Yootha Joyce pitch in for a by-the-book slice of historical pageantry, complete with that early parliament set that looks like a cattle market.Read More
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Creamguide's Pick of the Day
Into the eighties now, where food programmes in particular took on the guise we know now, where the recipes themselves play second fiddle to the chefs and their encounters over the dinner table. We hope we get some clips of On The House and Tricks Of The Trade too, because we used to love them. Lance Percival telling us how to mop up red wine? Bring it on!
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