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1. The Diamond Queen (2012– )
Episode: Episode #1.2 (2012)

Documentary

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The royal family excels is representative functions, scrupulously maintaining protocol at an official level while using small talk to help ordinary people overcome it on most of their about... See full summary »

Writer: Andrew Marr | Director: Sally Norris | Stars: Andrew Marr, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Arthur Edwards

2. Election 97 (1997 TV Movie)

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BBC's coverage of the 1997 General Election in the UK, that saw Tony Blair's Labour party win a landslide victory.

Stars: David Dimbleby, Jeremy Paxman, Peter Snow, Robin Oakley

3. The Diamond Queen (2012– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (2012)

Documentary

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The height of the reign was the coronation, 16 months after the succession, followed by years of high popularity and a blindly patriotic, enthusiastic press. The relationship with the media... See full summary »

Writer: Andrew Marr | Director: Sally Norris | Stars: Andrew Marr, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, King George VI

4. The Diamond Queen (2012– )

59 min | Documentary

7.7
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A landmark documentary series to mark the 60th year of HM Queen Elizabeth II's reign, filmed over a year and a half.

Stars: Andrew Marr, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Princess Eugenie

5. The Churchills (1996 TV Mini-Series)

50 min | Documentary, Biography, History

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Stars: Lord Amery, Fred Astaire, Alan Brien, Anthony Montague Brown

6. The Sunday Programme (1994–2008)

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Stars: Steve Richards, Alastair Stewart, David Mills, Frank Dobson