Made in 1953 by Rank Studios in celebration of the Queen's Coronation and narrated by Laurence Olivier, this fascinating documentary utilises contemporary newsreel to celebrate the Queen's life up to her ascension.
The Royal Family is expanding fast and Princess Margaret has surprised everyone by marrying an untitled society photographer. Prince Charles, meanwhile, is packed off to boarding school in Scotland aged 13.
When the 1980s began, Royal watchers had one main question: who would Prince Charles, the world's most eligible bachelor, take for a bride? We soon had our answer and a shy nursery teacher, Lady Diana Spencer, became famous around the world. Marriage preparations consumed the country and their un...
The 1990s would prove to be the decade in which the Monarchy endured some of the worst crises of modern times. In 1992, the Royal Family’s private lives became a media sensation as three of Her Majesty’s children suffered the pain of marital breakdown.
The Queen made her first speech at the tender age of 14 in the midst of the Second World War and has continued throughout her reign to speak around the World. Candid recordings reveal the true extent of her prowess as an orator.
Her Majesty has seen the world change drastically during her time as Queen. Her inscrutable commitment to duty has defined her lifetime of service to the Crown and lifetime of service to God. But Elizabeth was never meant to be Queen.
A True Royalty Original, this extraordinary new documentary reveals that The Queen is officially the biggest celebrity brand on the planet ahead of the Kardashians, Oprah and even such titans as Apple and Amazon.
We expose the hidden power of the Windsors from offshore deals to back room deals ...
The story of an extraordinary sixteen months in British history. When King George VI died unexpectedly in February, his eldest daughter, Princess Elizabeth - just 25 years old - was thrust into the limelight, and overnight became the most famous woman in the world: the Queen of England.
With extensive coverage of the early years of Elizabeth's life and a charming recording made by the young Princesses as children this is an updated look at the life of Britain's monarch and all she has achieved.
Despite her young family often having to take second place to the demands of her job, the Queen’s strength and continuity has seen Britain shed an empire and create a new and prosperous identity quite against all the odds and expectations of most leading commentators.
This is the story of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebration in 2012. From the nationwide street parties to the spectacular pomp and pageantry on the river Thames, millions turned out to thank Queen Elizabeth II for 60 years of selfless devotion.
We see Prince Harry charming Jamaica and even ra...
Queen Elizabethʼs life has been a journey like no other. Throughout her reign, she has been the United Kingdom's symbol of continuity and stability. Her many visits to the nations around the world have won her the unwavering respect of her subjects and peers.
Featuring an extraordinary array of ...
One of the most extraordinary Royal documentaries ever made. Granted unprecedented access and charting the life of the Royal Family in residence at Windsor Castle, the oldest inhabited castle in the world.
A year in the life of the world's oldest inhabited castle. The Royal family are coming to stay at Windsor for their easter celebrations. An extraordinary insight into the inner circle of the Royal family.
The untold story of the life of the Royal family in residence at Windsor Castle. Made with the approval of the Queen, the documentary chronicles a year behind the scenes of the world's oldest inhabited castle. A View that the average tourist will never see.