PRINCE PHILIP: A Lifetime of Service

PRINCE PHILIP: A Lifetime of Service

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PRINCE PHILIP: A Lifetime of Service
  • Prince Philip at 90

    Meet the dashing young Greek Prince who captured both heart and hand of the world's most eligible Princess. From his extraordinary beginnings living in exile to the marriage that has lasted over 70 years, this is a uniquely candid portrait of the man whose devotion to duty has been so central to ...

  • The People's Wedding

    It's London in the late autumn of 1947. The capital is black from the smoke of coal fires and the buildings still show the raw scars of wartime bombing. Clothes are still rationed and so is fuel. But something astonishing is happening in the heart of the city.

    Nearly a million people are lini...

  • When Philip Met Prince Philip: 60 Years of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards

    In a one-hour special, British TV favourite Phillip Schofield spends a year celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards. Entertaining, informative and hugely inspirational, this is a unique celebration of the world's leading achievement award for young people as it enters a s...

  • The Kings and Queens of England: The Modern Monarchy

    Beginning with the first-photographed and second-longest ruling Monarch in British History, the mighty Victoria, we discover how this once sheltered and virtually penniless girl came to rule an Empire spanning half the globe. The founder of modern Monarchy in Great Britain and across the world, V...

  • The Queen's Diamond Decades: The 1950's

    The unabridged story of the true Queen Elizabeth, through turbulent times and unprecedented change. The 1950s see this young mother of two inherit an unexpected throne.

  • 50 Glorious Years: A Royal Celebration

    A fairytale honeymoon in Africa marked the beginning of the longest marriage on the British throne. Celebrating 50 years together for any couple is an achievement but for The Queen and Prince Philip, given all the complications that their positions entail it is nothing short of remarkable.

  • The Queen's Mother in Law

    The true life story of Princess Alice, mother to Prince Philip, is a shining example of where Royal fact out-shines Royal fiction. Fleeing into exile with her infant son, she suffered a severe nervous breakdown, was locked away in mental hospitals and even subjected to experimental treatments by ...

  • Serving the Royals

    From footmen and butlers to bodyguards, nannies and private secretaries, this film tells the stories of the British Royal family’s long-suffering servants. Round the clock they toil, often thanklessly, to keep the monarchy humming. While they’re sworn to secrecy some have betrayed their masters...