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.
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.
What do you give the Monarch who has everything? Well, one can never have too many horses, and not much tops the spectacular event staged for Her Majesty in the grounds of her beloved Windsor Castle. 900 horses, 1,500 performers and famous faces including Dame Helen Mirren, Damian Lewis and Dame ...
Join the Royal Family and the British armed forces in an ancient demonstration of loyalty to the Monarch. This extraordinary extravaganza celebrates the best of British all in the shadow of Windsor Castle. A sight to behold.
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, no doubt missing out completely on the swinging sixties.
When the 1980s began, Royal watchers had on 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 uni...
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 new millennium has witnessed powerful events and poignant moments for Queen and country. The whole nation celebrated the 100th birthday of the Queen Mother in 2000 but the devastating events of 9/11 ushered in a dark new era, and London itself would be traumatised by terrorism.
Hannah takes a trip to Royal Tunbridge Wells and walks along the famous Pantiles. We meet Royal Warrant holders Hare and Humphries who hold the prestigious title of "Gilders and Decorators to the Queen" and profile the London based royal portrait artist, Rupert Alexander, before discovering more ...
Hannah explores the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and learns more about the area known as Albertopolis. Highlights include a tour of Kensington Palace and a visit to the Royal College of Art.
Hannah explores the City of Westminster where she visits famous Royal Warrant holders Floris and discovers more about the Royal Peculiar, Westminster Abbey. The programme also looks at an Elizabethan textile worker from Hastings and learns more about the "forgotten Prince", Frederick of Kew.
Hannah visits Richmond Park where she discovers more about the famous Royal deer and makes a trip to the Royal Ballet School located in the park's famous White Lodge. She also makes a stop in the poppy factory to discover why they hold a Royal Warrant.
Hannah travels inland to visit the stately home Goodwood where she meets the Earl of March, a direct descendant of Charles II. We also follow the Duke of York on a Royal visit for World Maritime Day and discover more about the Royal Warrant holders James Purdey & Sons Ltd, shotgun makers.