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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbrldge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Burger Baron Phone 328-4717 FOR PICKUP ORDERS FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 27 TO FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1971 Unhappy queen dies on the block According to history and reference books dealing with the life and times of King Henry VTU of England, his second wife, Anne Boleyn, was disliked not only at Court but throughout the land. She was said to be swarthy, flat-chested and remarkable only for her dark eyes, and her wit, yet she aroused passions not only in the King but in, reputedly, a coterie of lovers. Dorothy Tutin portrays the unhappy Anne Boleyn in the second 90-minute episode of BBC's The Six Wives of Henry Vffl, for telecast on CBC television Sunday, March 28, at 9 p.m. (in color) on Channel 7. ; Second daughter- of Sir Thomas Boleyn, Anne spent several years during her late childhood at the French court, returning to England at the age of 14. Her mother was a member of the power - hungry Howard family. Her father began receiving royal favors, indicating the King's interest in Anne. Henry had already bad an affair with her older sister. Henry broke with Rome to get his divorce from Catherine of Aragon, and Anne accompanied him on a trip to France in 1531, while Catherine languished out of sig* in her royally - imposed retreat. The date of Henry's second marriage is in dispute, but the wedding is thought to have taken place in secret in January, 1533. The following May, Cranmer declared Anne to be the King's legal wife, and in June, Hie same year, she was crowned Queen in Westminster Abbey. ...... � Her capricious and arrogant behavior made many enemies, and Henry's ardor began to cool, especially after his disappointment at the birth of her first child, a girl (later Eliza- TJNHAPPY Concluded oa Page 3 ANNE BOLEYN, UNPOPULAR AND UNHAPPY - Dorothy Tutin, one of Britain's top stage actresses, stors as the ill-fated Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII, in The Six Wives of Henry VIII, award-winning BBC series of six 90-minute historical dramas now snowing on CBC television. UNUSUAL SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS - New hairdo? Not really . . . this pretty young lady has just been exposed to the Van De Graph Generator at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto. This and other unusual experiments are featured on CBC's, The Wayne & Shuster Science Show, to be seen Sunday, March 28 at 5:00 p.m., on channel 7. Co-hosts are comedians Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster. Wayne and Shuster science shoiv Comedians are 'shocked' What happens when those delightfully madcap comedians, Wayne and Shuster, decide to look at electricity? Plenty, that's what. Lightning bolts flash ... on cue! People's hair stands on end. Grapefruits and lemons turn into batteries. And Professor Waynegartner unveils his "revolutionary" inventions. Hilarious, zany . . . and instructive, too! On Sunday, March 28 at 5:00 p.m., Canada's best - known comedy team will host "The Wayne and Shuster Science Show", an impromptu tour of Ontario Hydro's Dobson Research Laboratory in Toronto. This half-hour special, termed "a new approach to science programming, the first of its kind in Canada" by producer Sandy Stewart, combines the comedy style of Johnny Wayne and Frank Shuster with various practical - and easBy explained - experiments with electricity. Our friends visit the laboratory, and begin by "discovering" me principle of static electricity. Always the wit, Johnny makes a young lady's hair stand on end with a Van De Graph generator. From there tbey move on to other principles of electricity, inducting a look at the development of the voltage battery. In an unusual experiment Johnny demonstrates bow electricity is generated by grapefruits and lemons . . . using the citric acid in the fruit as a conductor. Meanwhile, the eccentric Professor Waynegartner unveils his startling "new" inventions, practically certain mat they will revolutionize the world, but as we will see, he is in for a bit of a "shock" . . ! All experiments and demonstrations performed during the program are scientifically exact, and were filmed under expert supervision. TV viewers meet the Expos "Come on Mort, don't ease up now, keep your fast ball low and watch his stance . . . there's two away so no more hits . . ." That's the kind of talk CBC television viewers will hear when tbey tune in the Montreal Expos first telecast game of the season Wednesday, March 31 at 6:30 p.m. on CBC-TV. Expos' pitching coach Cal McLish will be wearmg a special cordless microphone enabling him to talk to his pitchers on the mound (like Carl "Mort" Morton), and also letting viewers at home hear all the advice and chatter as well. The Expos have been busy cracking bats and burning leather for the past six weeks at their training camp in West Palm Beach, Florida and the CBC telecast plus a special pre-game show. Meet The Expos, at 6 p.m., will be Canada's first chance to see bow the 1971 team is shaping up. The Montreal club will play their top farm team, the Winnipeg Whips from the AAA league, in the game, which will be seen live and in color on the full CBC-TV network. The special pre-game show features hosts Don Drysdale and Dave Van Home who will be commentating on the Expos telecasts this season.  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