The Royal Beat - Episode 11. The Crowning of a Monarch
On this week’s Royal Beat, Kate is joined in the studio by author Hugo Vickers, alongside the royal editor of The Mirror, Russell Myers, and historian Dr Tessa Dunlop. They look back at the Coronation and Crowning of Elizabeth II, ahead of the upcoming coronation of King Charles III.
Catherine: Our Queen in Waiting
A celebration of the life of Catherine, Princess of Wales. . No longer the shy, inexperienced commoner who married the second-in-line to the throne but a poised, popular and confident Queen in Waiting.
Queen Elizabeth II: Above All Else
Reigning monarch for over six decades and the cornerstone of modern British history, Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne after the untimely death of her beloved father, King George VI. She has seen the world change drastically and has faced a number of great challenges, both publicly and pr...
Prince Philip: The Plot to Make a King
The inside story of the fierce dynastic tensions that were unleashed when the Queen fell in love with Prince Phillip: tensions that would place huge strain on the royal marriage, and would shape the future of Elizabeth's reign.
Princess Margaret: A Fine Romance
The tale of Princess Margaret's search for true love is one filled with heartbreak, tough decisions and scandal. An idyllic childhood, surrounded by her sister, mother and father, swiftly changed into an upbringing full of loneliness.
Diana and Dodi: The Princess and the Playboy
The truth behind Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed’s ill-fated relationship, with unprecedented access to Dodi's inner circle.
Our Platinum Queen: 70 Years On The Throne
70 years of service and duty to her people. Our record-breaking platinum Queen. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has devoted herself to her people since 1952, following the early death of her father, King George VI.
1936: The Abdication
Edward VII: the first British Monarch to voluntarily abdicate the throne after ruling for less than a year. Condemned for his decision to marry an American divorcee, Edward sent out a broadcast to the public one evening in December 1936.
William: The Making of a King
Prince William is now second in line to the throne and will, one day, succeed his father. What sort of King will he be and how will his past determine this?
The Man Who Killed Richard III
Evidence reveals Sir Rhys ap Thomas of Wales may have dealt the fatal blow to England's King Richard III that paved the way for the Tudor monarchy.