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Alice Roberts - Television Career
... and general presenter in many episodes, including the spin-off series Extreme Archaeology ... She is also one of the regular co-presenters of BBC geographical and environmental series Coast ... British TV, Alice Roberts wrote and presented a BBC Two series on anatomy and health entitled Dr Alice Roberts Don't Die Young, which screened from January 2007 ...
Stephanie Beacham - Career
... Her first screen role was in the BBC series The Queen's Traitor in 1967, in which she played Mary, Queen of Scots ... After many further guest appearances in television series such as The Saint, Callan, and UFO, Beacham's first film roles were in The Games directed by Michael Winner, and Tam Lin ... From 1981–82, Beacham featured as a member of the ensemble cast of the BBC series Tenko, about a group of women prisoners of war held captive by the Japanese after their ...
Alice Roberts
... Best known for her TV appearances in the BBC series Coast, Dr Alice Roberts Don't Die Young, and The Incredible Human Journey, she has also appeared as an expert osteoarchaeologist on the ... In October 2012, she also presented the BBC 2 series Prehistoric Autopsy ...
Cultural Depictions Of Richard I Of England - Television
... Richard has been portrayed on television by David Markham in the BBC series Robin Hood (1953), with Patrick Troughton as Robin Bruce Seton in the British series ... film The Legend of Robin Hood (1968) Bernard Horsfall in the BBC series Ivanhoe (1970) Michael J ... Jackson in the BBC series The Legend of Robin Hood (1975) Lawrence Clark (aged 7), Paul Rose (aged 13), Glen Barlow (aged about 18), and Michael Byrne (as an adult) in the BBC series The Devil's ...
Cultural Depictions Of John Of England - Television
... portrayed on television by Donald Wolfit in the BBC Sunday Night Theatre version of Shakespeare's King John (1952) Donald Pleasence in the British series The Adventures ...

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