The story of Greenwich Palace stretches as far back as 1471, right up to the Queen’s House as it is today. It includes the rival of the maritime museum, the observatory, the park and the Royal Naval College.
The first of six programmes in which Edward Windsor explores various sites in the south-east of England, examining their historical links with the Crown. When five small ports on the south coast came to a deal with the King back in 1050, it heralded the start of Britain’s maritime power. In the a...
Edward Windsor takes us home to Windsor Castle, a royal fortress and family home for more than 900 years. He provides a unique perspective on the stories, legends and characters - not just of the Castle - but also the town, the Great Park and the surrounding countryside.
Edward Windsor takes to horseback and discovers that it was not always ponies for which the New Forest was famous. As we discover, it has borne witness to more than its fair share of mysterious deaths and acts of treason.