A Royal Tour of the Twentieth Century: 40's and 50's
The early Royal Tours capture the celebration and optimism of a post WW2 world but there is tragedy in store as the young Princess Elizabeth hears the news of her father's death whilst in Kenya celebrating her marriage.
For the next 20 years the Royal Family was to be confronted by the changing f...
A Royal Tour of the Twentieth Century: 60's and 70's
Political and social upheaval throughout the 60's and 70's was to change the role of the Windsors' relationship to the Commonwealth as former colonies moved to independence following often turbulent times.
Inevitably there was a distinct change and a new World Order, bringing with it diminished...
A Royal Tour of the Twentieth Century: 80's and 90's
With increasing media attention and the emergence of the paparazzi, a new generation of Royals came to the forefront of popular culture; most notably in personified by Charles and Diana.
As the Commonwealth diminished the Royal family faced more personal breakdowns and tragedies.
A Royal Tour of the Twentieth Century: 1990 - 2000 and beyond
During the final decade of the 20th century the next generation of the Royal family moved to the forefront as The Queen retired from touring.
Throughout changing times and a century of both great loss and celebration the legacy of the Windsors continues to stand the test of time.
A news reactive documentary made following Meghan and Harry's announcement in January of this year that shocked the World: that they would be stepping back from Royal duties.
ITV's Royal Editor, Chris Ship looks back at their famous story and examines the probable repercussions of their extraor...
Ep. 1. An unprecedented insight into the Royals and the armed services that fight in their name. From the early 20th century to modern day conflicts such as Afghanistan.
Episode 1 concentrates on the Duke of Edinburgh’s service in the Royal Navy during which he was to see action and the Queen’s r...
1992 marked the Queen's Annus Horribilis as the Palace was rocked by scandal and disaster. Marital discord and divorce, paparazzi nightmares and a devasting fire at her beloved Windsor Castle all within a matter of months was to lead to the Queen's famous speech; '1992 is not a year on which I sh...