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Series 1

2 :01x02 - The Earth is Not Enough

Jan/13/1972
Henry consolidates his power when Queen Elizabeth gives birth to Prince Arthur thus legitimizing his claim of descent from the legendary monarch of Camelot fame.
Guest Stars: Michael Johnson (8) as Lord Lovell | Marigold Sharman as Margaret Beaufort | Maurice Roëves as Humphrey Stafford | John Hamill (1) as Thomas Stafford | Barrie Cookson as Bishop Fox | Morris Perry as Abbot Sante | Julian Holloway as Earl of Surrey | Richard Burrell (2) as Earl of Northumberland | Jake Robson as Earl of Warwick | Stephen Gordon as Brother Mark | Paul Humpoletz as Sir Robert Willoughby | Edward Harvey (2) as Judge | Rachel Kempson as Margaret of Burgundy | Michael Johnson (8) as Lord Lovell | James Laurenson as Earl of Lincoln | Marigold Sharman as Margaret Beaufort | Maurice Roëves as Humphrey Stafford | John Hamill (1) as Thomas Stafford | Barrie Cookson as Bishop Fox | Morris Perry as Abbot Sante | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | Julian Holloway as Earl of Surrey | Jake Robson as Earl of Warwick | Stephen Gordon as Brother Mark | Paul Humpoletz as Sir Robert Willoughby | Edward Harvey (2) as Judge | Rachel Kempson as Margaret of Burgundy

3 :01x03 - The Schooling of Apes

Jan/20/1972
Henry's enemies present Lambert Simmel as the Earl of Warwick, a pretender to the throne. The Earl of Lincoln then deserts Henry to head the army that is forming against Henry in Ireland.
Guest Stars: James Laurenson as Earl of Lincoln | Rachel Kempson as Margaret of Burgundy | Stephanie Bidmead as Elizabeth Woodville | Denis Carey as Archbishop of Canterbury | Barrie Cookson as Bishop Fox | Brian Badcoe as Duke of Bedford | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | Morris Perry as Abbot Sante | Geoffrey Palmer as John Mayne | Robert James (2) as Lord Stanley | Jake Robson as Earl of Warwick | Lindsay Campbell as Duke of Suffolk | Leonard Gregory (1) as Marquis of Dorset | Donald Douglas as Sir Thomas Broughton | Peter Ellis as Officer of the Guard | Sebastian Graham Jones as Official | Rachel Kempson as Margaret of Burgundy | Stephanie Bidmead as Elizabeth Woodville | Denis Carey as Archbishop of Canterbury | Brian Badcoe as Duke of Bedford | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | David Collings as Richard Simmons | Morris Perry as Abbot Sante | Tenniel Evans as Christopher Swan | Robert James (2) as Lord Stanley | Gary Warren as Lambert Simmel | Jake Robson as Earl of Warwick | Lindsay Campbell as Duke of Suffolk | Leonard Gregory (1) as Marquis of Dorset | Donald Douglas as Sir Thomas Broughton | John Garrie as Simmel's Father | Sebastian Graham Jones as Official

4 :01x04 - The Crowning of Apes

Jan/27/1972
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Guest Stars: James Laurenson as Earl of Lincoln | Prentis Hancock as Sir Thomas Fitzgerald | Barrie Cookson as Bishop Fox | Brian Badcoe as Duke of Bedford | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | David Collings as Richard Simmons | Reginald Barratt as Bishop of Meath | Gary Warren as Lambert Simmel | Jake Robson as Earl of Warwick | Robert James (2) as Earl of Derby | Tenniel Evans as Christopher Swan | Kenneth Watson as James Taite | Robin Parkinson as Saunders | Barry Meteyard as Servant | Peter Tilbury as Jailer | Denis Carey as Archbishop of Canterbury | Barrie Cookson as Bishop Fox | Brian Badcoe as Duke of Bedford | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | David Collings as Richard Simmons | Reginald Barratt as Bishop of Meath | Gary Warren as Lambert Simmel | Jake Robson as Earl of Warwick | Tenniel Evans as Christopher Swan | Kenneth Watson as James Taite | Robin Parkinson as Saunders | Donald Douglas as Sir Thomas Broughton | Barry Meteyard as Servant | Carl Bohen as Martin Schwartz

5 :01x05 - The Serpent and the Comforter

Feb/03/1972
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Guest Stars: Peter Jeffrey as Prisoner | James Bree as Priest | David Ashton as Soldier | Peter Jeffrey as Prisoner | Michael Ripper as Guard | James Bree as Priest | David Ashton as Soldier
Director: Moira Armstrong

6 :01x06 - The White Hart

Feb/10/1972
In 1494 Henry discovers that the powerful Lord William Stanley might be joining in a plot against his crown.
Guest Stars: Noel Johnson as Sir Reginald Bray | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | Donald Eccles as Archdeacon Hussey | Gawn Grainger as Earl of Kildare | Colin Jeavons as Sir Robert Clifford | Marigold Sharman as Margaret Beaufort | Robert James (2) as Earl of Derby | Brian Badcoe as Duke of Bedford | Haywood Morse as Thomas Astwood | Barry Lowe as Robert Ratcliffe | Hugh Morton as Sir Simon Mountford | Douglas Milvain as William Daubenay | Edward Harvey (2) as Chief Justice | Barry Savage as Sir Edward Poynings | Denis Carey as Cardinal Morton | Noel Johnson as Sir Reginald Bray | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | Donald Eccles as Archdeacon Hussey | Gawn Grainger as Earl of Kildare | Colin Jeavons as Sir Robert Clifford | Norma West as Queen Elizabeth | Robert James (2) as Earl of Derby | Brian Badcoe as Duke of Bedford | Michael Beint as Digby | Haywood Morse as Thomas Astwood | Hugh Morton as Sir Simon Mountford | Douglas Milvain as William Daubenay | Barry Savage as Sir Edward Poynings | Michael Mulcaster as Lord Daubenay
Director: Moira Armstrong

7 :01x07 - A Fly in the Ointment

Feb/17/1972
An assclownish nobleman and his dim bulb nephew devise a silly plan to kill the King with harmless ointment obtained from an astrologer.
Guest Stars: Peter Bowles as Bernard de Vigalles | John Junkin as Master John | Christopher Sandford as Sir John Tong | Donald Eccles as Archdeacon Hussey | Artro Morris as De Nayon | Denis Carey as Cardinal Morton | Ballard Berkeley as Sir Thomas Tyrell | Dennis Cleary as Assistant | Terry Walsh as Servant | Stephanie Marrian (1) as Girl | John Welsh (2) as Sir John Kendall | Peter Bowles as Bernard de Vigalles | John Junkin as Master John | Donald Eccles as Archdeacon Hussey | Artro Morris as De Nayon | Denis Carey as Cardinal Morton | Jeffrey Segal as Radigo | Ballard Berkeley as Sir Thomas Tyrell | Terry Walsh as Servant
Director: Moira Armstrong

9 :01x09 - Do the Sheep Sin?

Mar/02/1972
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Guest Stars: John Castle as Thomas Flamank | John Woodvine as Michael Joseph | Richard Warwick as Pekin Warbeck | Denis Carey as Cardinal Morton | Norma West as Queen Elizabeth | David Horovitch as Sir John Rosewarne | Robert James (2) as Earl of Derby | Timothy Bateson as Sir Richard Nanfan | Jerome Willis as Lord Audley | Ian Pigot as John | Sean Roantree as Edmund Dudley | James Donnelly (1) as Sir John Oby | Patrick Tull as Roger Whalley | Jasper Jacob as Prince Arthur | John Castle as Thomas Flamank | Richard Warwick as Pekin Warbeck | Denis Carey as Cardinal Morton | Norma West as Queen Elizabeth | David Garth as Richard Flamank | David Horovitch as Sir John Rosewarne | Robert James (2) as Earl of Derby | Timothy Bateson as Sir Richard Nanfan | Jerome Willis as Lord Audley | Ian Pigot as John | James Donnelly (1) as Sir John Oby | Patrick Tull as Roger Whalley | Jay Neill as Messenger | Jasper Jacob as Prince Arthur | Michael Mulcaster as Lord Daubenay

10 :01x10 - The Man Who Never Was

Mar/09/1972
Pekin Warbeck, a pretender to the throne of King Henry, begins losing support for his claim to the throne.
Guest Stars: Richard Warwick as Pekin Warbeck | Elizabeth MacLennan as Catherine Warbeck | Joby Blanshard as Heron | Leonardo Pieroni as Don Ayala | Julian Holloway as Earl of Surrey | Nicholas Selby as Earl of Devon | Alastair Hunter as Earl of Angus | Gawn Grainger as Earl of Kildare | Brendan Barry as John Walter | Iain Gregory as Desmond | Godfrey James as Tresenny | Robert Sansom (1) as Abbot of Beaulieu | Michael Mulcaster as Lord Daubenay | Ellis Dale (2) as Pregent Meno | Paul Farrell (1) as Irishman | Robert Oates as Penrose | Keith Ashton as Boy | Anthony Ainley as Sir William Courtney | William Marlowe as Skelton | Joby Blanshard as Heron | Terry Wale as Astelay | Derek Anders as James IV | Leonardo Pieroni as Don Ayala | Julian Holloway as Earl of Surrey | Nicholas Selby as Earl of Devon | Russell Waters as Home | Gawn Grainger as Earl of Kildare | Brendan Barry as John Walter | Iain Gregory as Desmond | Robert Sansom (1) as Abbot of Beaulieu | Michael Mulcaster as Lord Daubenay | George O'Gorman as Irishman | Paul Farrell (1) as Irishman | Robert Oates as Penrose | Keith Ashton as Boy
Director: Darrol Blake

12 :01x12 - The Fledgling

Mar/23/1972
Henry tries to arrange a marriage between Prince Arthur and Catherine of Aragon, the daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, but the Spaniards have pre-conditions for the match.
Guest Stars: Richard Warwick as Pekin Warbeck | Marigold Sharman as Margaret Beaufort | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | Haywood Morse as Thomas Astwood | Jason Kemp as Prince Arthur | Wendy Spinks as Princess Margaret | Andrew Burleigh as Prince Henry | Laidlaw Dalling as Chaplain | Stephen Churchett as Ralph Wilford | Richard Warwick as Pekin Warbeck | Norma West as Queen Elizabeth | Marigold Sharman as Margaret Beaufort | John Bennett as De Puebla | Hugh Sullivan as Earl of Oxford | Haywood Morse as Thomas Astwood | Jason Kemp as Prince Arthur | Wendy Spinks as Princess Margaret | Laidlaw Dalling as Chaplain | Rollo Gamble as Mashborough | Stephen Churchett as Ralph Wilford
Director: Joan Kemp-Welch
Network: BBC TWO ( United Kingdom)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Thursdays at 08:30 pm
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Premiere: January 06, 1972
Ended: March 30, 1972
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