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The Diamond Queen: Season 1: Episode 3 -- This final episode concentrates on the journey we have all been on with The Queen and looks towards the future. How Britain has changed and grown up with The Queen. The triumphs shared from the Coronation to the inauguration of the Prince of Wales, the Silver Jubilee, Golden Jubilee and current preparations for the Diamond Jubilee.
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6 February 2012 (UK) See more »
A landmark documentary series to mark the 60th year of HM Queen Elizabeth II's reign, filmed over a year and a half. Full summary »
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 (Series Cast [22])
Andrew Marr ... Himself - Presenter (3 episodes, 2012)
Princess Eugenie ... Herself (3 episodes, 2012)

Princess Anne ... Herself (3 episodes, 2012)

Prince William ... Himself (3 episodes, 2012)

Prince Harry Windsor ... Himself (3 episodes, 2012)
Edward Wessex ... Himself (3 episodes, 2012)
Princess Beatrice ... Herself (3 episodes, 2012)
John Major ... Himself - Prime Minister 1990-1997 (3 episodes, 2012)
Prince Andrew ... Himself (3 episodes, 2012)
Peter Hennessy ... Himself - Historian (3 episodes, 2012)

Tony Blair ... Himself - Prime Minister 1997-2007 (3 episodes, 2012)
David Cameron ... Himself - Prime Minister (3 episodes, 2012)
Gus O'Donnell ... Himself - Cabinet Secretary 2005-2011 (3 episodes, 2012)
Mary Francis ... Herself - Deputy Private Secretary to The Queen 1996-1999 (3 episodes, 2012)
Arthur Edwards ... Himself - The Sun, Royal Photographer (2 episodes, 2012)
Robert Lacey ... Himself - Author and Historian (2 episodes, 2012)
Rowan Williams ... Himself - Archbishop of Canterbury (2 episodes, 2012)
William Hague ... Himself - Foreign Secretary (2 episodes, 2012)
David Cannadine ... Himself - Historian (2 episodes, 2012)
Douglas Hurd ... Himself - Foreign Secretary 1989-1995 (2 episodes, 2012)

Zara Phillips ... Herself (2 episodes, 2012)
Peter Phillips ... Himself (2 episodes, 2012)

Series Directed by
Sally Norris (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Writing credits
Andrew Marr (3 episodes, 2012)

Series Produced by
Anna Amico .... assistant producer (3 episodes, 2012)
Sarah Graham .... associate producer (3 episodes, 2012)
Sally Norris .... series producer (3 episodes, 2012)
Nick Vaughan-Barratt .... executive producer (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Original Music by
Gareth Cousins (3 episodes, 2012)
Raphael Ravenscroft (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Cinematography by
Dennis Borrow (3 episodes, 2012)
Anthony Wood (2 episodes, 2012)
Series Film Editing by
Doug Bryson (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Production Management
Sarah Daly .... production manager (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Art Department
Nick Darke .... graphics (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Sound Department
Peregrine Andrews .... dubbing mixer (3 episodes, 2012)
David Holmes .... sound (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Editorial Department
Alex Leask .... on-line editor (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Music Department
Gareth Cousins .... music composer: Original Music (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Other crew
Natalie Vaughan .... production coordinator (3 episodes, 2012)
Paul Williams .... production executive (3 episodes, 2012)
Series Thanks
Queen Elizabeth II .... thanks (3 episodes, 2012)

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A Peak and a Praise, 10 July 2012
Author: lattar1 from Finland

Andrew Marr's 'The Diamond Queen' is entertaining, but its hardly a documentary, and even less an examination like he claims. I'm a Finn, and for someone with no emotional or personal investment in the Queen what so ever, I found this series reeking like a prolonged promotional video for the British monarchy. I think there's nothing wrong with that, as long as people understand it and can then choose whether to watch it or not.

Like presented in the plot summary above, Marr tailed the Queen for little over a year around the world. He had virtually unlimited access to the royalty, politicians and other insiders. The series features multiple interviews with different protagonists around the Queen. Everybody praises her without exception. All criticism and objective studying of the monarchs and their actions throughout history are absent.

I liked the show because it gave a peak to the public day to day life of the Queen. On the other hand I was disappointed for the absence of questions and objective criticism from Brits who oppose the monarchy. I recommend the show to those who either like her or have at least neutral views on the matter.

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