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Henry IV
Director John Caird 's adaptation of Shakespeare's two-part work - telling the story of a young man's elevation from immature prince to responsible king - explores timeless themes against the brutal backdrop of medieval England. See today's choices.
Producer Annie Castledlne
Paul Eddington is interviewed by Jeremy Isaacs in Face to Face on Monday at 11.15pm
♦The Andrew Duncan Interview with Paul Eddington : page 18
Includingfrom 9.35-9.40pm Next
Occupying a five-minute interval is this short Shakespearean animation.
First shown on Channel 4


Director: John Caird
Producer: Annie Castledlne
Unknown: Paul Eddington
Interviewed By: Jeremy Isaacs
Unknown: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Paul Eddington
Sir John Falstaff: David Calder
King Henry IV: Ronald Pickup
Hal: Jonathan Firth
Hotspur: Rufus Sewell
Mistress Quickly: Elizabeth Spriggs
Doll Tearsheet: Jane Horrocks
Robert Shallow: Paul Eddington
Kate: Josette Simon
Earl of Worcester: Corin Redgrave
Earl of Northumberland: Joseph O'Conor
Earl of Warwick: John Woodvine
Lord Chief Justice: Peter Jeffrey
Bardolph: Geoffrey Hutchings
Pistol: Simon McBurney
Silence: James Grout

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