Royalty In The Media

  • BBC to broadcast The Invictus Games

    by - Aug 21, 2014
    With just over two weeks to go until The Invictus Games begin in London, BBC Television and Radio have announced their extensive coverage programme for the sporting competition. The Invictus Games, which has been spearheaded by...
  • Gordonstoun: Prince Charles’s school set for documentary series

    by - Aug 21, 2014
    Gordonstoun School, which has been attended by pupils including Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Prince Andrew, will be the subject of a new television documentary which is set to be aired in the New Year. The documentary, which...
  • Preview: New evidence is revealed in latest Richard III documentary

    by - Aug 11, 2014
    Since Channel 4’s world exclusive documentary The King in the Car Park, which aired in February 2013 soon after it was confirmed that the skeletal remains found in Leicester were in fact those belonging to Richard...
  • Queen’s horse Estimate tests positive for banned substance

    by - Jul 22, 2014
    The Queen’s Gold Cup winning horse Estimate has tested positive for the banned substance morphine after tests were carried out today. Estimate and four other horses tested positive for the substance after they completed their most...
  • Review of ‘Tales from the Royal Wardrobe with Lucy Worsley’

    by - Jul 8, 2014
    Over the past few years, Dr Lucy Worsley seems to have become the face of insightful BBC documentaries on the history of the British monarchy, and last night’s broadcast was no different. With Worsley’s recognisable blonde bob,...
  • Preview of ‘Inside Asprey: Luxury by Royal Appointment’

    by - Jul 2, 2014
    For the first time, luxury goods and designer brand Asprey has opened its doors of their flagship store on New Bond Street, London, to ITV cameras in order for audiences to have a glimpse into the...
  • Preview of episode three of Majesty and Mortar: Britain’s Great Palaces

    by - Jul 1, 2014
    In the last episode of this series, historian Dan Cruickshank takes viewers through the developments that occurred to a number of Britain’s royal palaces during the nineteenth century and twentieth century. With the widowhood of Queen...
  • Preview of episode two of Majesty and Mortar: Britain’s Great Palaces

    by - Jun 23, 2014
    After last week’s insightful episode which gave audiences a glimpse into the Tudor buildings which used to, and some of which still do, dominate our landscapes, such as the White Tower at the Tower of London, Hampton Court...
  • Preview of episode one of Majesty and Mortar: Britain’s Great Palaces

    by - Jun 17, 2014
    For royalists, tourists and history-lovers alike, the palaces which still stand in Britain today are grand symbols of our past royal courts, kings and queens. In this new three-part series by BBC Four, historian Dan Cruickshank will...
  • Preview of ‘The Spy Who Brought Down Mary Queen of Scots’

    by - May 26, 2014
    This new Channel 5 documentary focuses on how, over a eight-week period in 1586, Queen Elizabeth I’s infamous ‘spymaster’, Sir Francis Walsingham, conducted a Catholic conspiracy to murder the Queen of England and purposely enthralled the...