Princes of the Palace charts the lives of the British Royal Family's princes and their importance within the Royal House of Windsor. Profiling Princes Phillip, Charles, William, Harry and ... See full summary »
A unique celebration of the Queen's ninety years as she reaches her landmark birthday in April. Film-maker John Bridcut has been granted special access to the complete collection of Her ... See full summary »
The love story of Prince William (Dan Amboyer) and Kate Middleton (Alice St. Clair) that resulted in one of the most celebrated weddings in history. At a pivotal point in their courtship, ... See full summary »
Feature-length documentary filmed throughout 2012, providing an in-depth portrait of Elizabeth II during her Diamond Jubilee year. Prince Charles and other members of the royal family share... See full summary »
Queen Elizabeth II,
Sophie Countess of Wessex
Opening Ceremony to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London with special guests including those of British Royalty and Loyalty and special acts including Her Majesty jumping out of a helicopter ... See full summary »
The BBC recorded countless hours on British monarchy's public life and its interaction with the royal family's private lives. Besides the function of the Sovereign as British head of state and head of the Commonwealth, the series also deals with the potential heirs and other royals, as well as staff and accredited press, relevant politicians, royal estates and court staff. Written by
Whether you like the monarchy or not, the show is so very in-depth. The way in which the filming was done, at times you wonder how they were able to get so much done without being in the way.
BBC should be applauded for the depth of information that they put into this show and yes it needed to be put into several shows and not into one show, as there is so much information to offer.
The behind the scenes access was well worth the time to watch it all. I know that many people both in England and abroad, would like to see the monarchy abolished and this show is not about either praising her. but in just showing you what happens in the many days in the life of the Queen.
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