ON THE COVER 94
With a new career on the tube, in Anna Karenina and Forbidden, and almost four years of unwedded bliss with Russian dancer turned screen star Alexander Godunov, Jacqueline Bisset is cooking up fewer reasons not to marry
UP FRONT 34
A son and heir who is a drug addict brings heartache to Britain's Duke of Marlborough
After starring in a famous series of ballet posters, dancers Jonette Swider and Bruce Wurl are feeling overexposed and underpaid
At age 11 Joel Jackson becomes his own finder of a lost love and tracks down his missing dad
Superband U2's got a mixed message for its fans
After a long ride alone, Western screen star Lash LaRue whips into a new flick
A daring act by Joe Lippo and a Florida airport crew saves a crippled plane
ON THE JOB 67
The cars that easy credit provideth, repo man Dave Wright often taketh away
The Robert Hutyra family puts down in the foothills of the Rockies after ballooning out of Czechoslovakia
Seven-foot six-inch Manute Bol talks about herding cows in the Sudan—and playing hoops in Connecticut
Aidan Quinn makes an avant-garde Hamlet the talk of the town in Chicago
Determined that her life should "make a difference," Madeleine Kunin becomes Vermont's first woman governor
In 1966 Benedictine priest Bruno Masotti's calling took him to a combat zone
Wheel of Fortune, America's hot game, brings money and fame to hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White
With Jitterbug Perfume, cult author Tom Robbins once again dances onto best-seller lists
Osteoporosis expert Dr. Morris Notelovitz gives new hope to millions
When Vice President George Bush arrived in drought-stricken Mali, reporter Barrett Seaman was treated to a panorama of incongruities
Sculptor Richard Serra put his art in a federal Manhattan plaza, but all those who live with it can see only a rusty wall
TO THE TOP 143
Kate Vernon—equal parts grit and giggle—joins Falcon Crest as Lorenzo Lamas' new love
At the Rev. Robert Schuller's Crystal Cathedral in California, Easter becomes an extravaganza
PICKS & PANS 13
A cast of dozens rolls the clock back in NBC's never-ending A.D., and Lucie Arnaz goes into analysis for her new CBS sitcom...
Clark Gable, Robert De Niro and Judy Garland are among the stars who appear, new and improved, in revised home tapes of famous films...
Despite Rebecca De Mornay and Michael O'Keefe, Neil Simon's The Slugger's Wife is a bush league baseball movie...
A long lost Graham Greene novel resurfaces...
The boys from Alabama roll out another LP, 40 Hour Week