James Burke (born 22 December 1936) is a British broadcaster, science historian, author and television producer known amongst other things for his documentary television series Connections (1978), focusing on the history of science and technology leavened with a sense of humour. Burke first made his name as a reporter on the BBC science series Tomorrow’s World. He was BBC television’s science anchor and chief reporter on the Project Apollo missions, including being the main presenter on the BBC’s coverage of the first moon landings in 1969. The Washington Post has called him “one of the most intriguing minds in the Western world”.
Héctor Elizondo (born December 22, 1936) is an American actor. Elizondo has participated in over eighty films and has made numerous television appearances, including his Emmy Award-winning role on the series Chicago Hope.