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Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom

Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) was Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms from 6 February 1952 until her death in 2022. She was queen regnant of 32 sovereign states during her life and served as monarch of 15 of them at the time of her death. Her reign of 70 years and 214 days is the longest of any British monarch and the longest recorded of any female head of state in history. Born : 21st-Apr-1926

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A Jubilee Tribute to The Queen by The Prince of Wales

Marking the Diamond Jubilee (1952-2012) of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles shares his memories of the private side of his mother, the Queen, making use of his family's home movies.
Released : 2nd-Sep-2012

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London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony: Isles of Wonder

The London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony took place at 9pm on 27 July 2012. Titled 'Isles of Wonder', the Ceremony welcomed the finest athletes from more than 200 nations for the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games, marking an historic third time the capital has hosted the world’s biggest and most important sporting event. The Opening Ceremony reflected the key themes and priorities of the London 2012 Games, based on sport, inspiration, youth and urban transformation. It was a Ceremony 'for everyone' and celebrated contributions the UK has made to the world through innovation and revolution, as well as the creativity and exuberance of British people.
Released : 27th-Jul-2012

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Our Queen at Ninety

Documentary following the Queen and members of the British Royal Family.
Released : 27th-Mar-2016

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The Coronation

The 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth II marked the moment when she was formally recognized as England's new sovereign in front of God and her subjects. Three hundred million people tuned in, making it the most watched event in history. Now, for the first time, Her Majesty shares memories of the ceremony. Join us as we unlock a thousand years of coronation secrets and provide an unprecedented, up-close look at the legendary Crown Jewels.
Released : 14th-Jan-2018

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D-Day 75: A Tribute to Heroes

Live from Southsea Common in Portsmouth, Huw Edwards introduces coverage of the National Commemorative Event taking place to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Released : 5th-Jun-2019

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Queen Elizabeth II: The Diamond Celebration

Produced in High Definition, with rare archive footage. Queen Elizabeth II has reigned for 60 years as the Queen of Great Britain and the Commonwealth. The Queen, who has witnessed incredible social, political and cultural changes in her reign, has retained the purpose and dignity of the British Monarchy. From the death of her father King George VI, to the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton, this is the true story of how the young Princess became a great Queen.
Released : 1st-Jan-2013

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The Royal Wedding

This amazing film of the Royal Wedding was shot by the late Jack Cardiff, a pioneer cameraman working with the then new Technicolor process in the 1940s. It contains never-before-seen footage in full colour of the processions at Westminster Abbey and afterwards at Buckingham Palace of the wedding of HRH Princess Elizabeth and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten in autumn of 1947.
Released : 19th-Nov-1947

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The Diamond Jubilee

The year 2012 marked the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II being the 60th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on 6 February 1952. The only Diamond Jubilee celebration for any of Elizabeth's predecessors was in 1897, for the 60th anniversary of the 1837 accession of Queen Victoria. Following the tradition of the Queen's Silver and Golden Jubilees, commemorative events were held throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh toured the United Kingdom and other members of the Royal Family toured the rest of the Commonwealth as the monarch' representatives. The jubilee celebrations marked the beginning of the withdrawal of the Duke of Edinburgh from public life and a more prominent role for the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry in commonwealth affairs. Numerous events and tributes were held over the year and throughout the Commonwealth, culminating in a jubilee pageant held in London.
Released : 2nd-Jun-2012

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Canada at the Coronation

This documentary depicts the colour and pageantry of the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, as well as Canada's participation in this momentous event.
Released : 2nd-Jan-1953

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The Queen in Canada, 1964

This short documentary follows Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh as they visit Canada to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Confederation. A hundred years earlier, the Fathers of Confederation had gathered in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, to discuss the idea of a united Canada. At a time when Canadians are once again reassessing the nature and role of the diverse communities within Canada, the Queen’s arrival unites onlookers in the idea of Canada as one great nation.
Released : 1st-Jan-1964

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Elizabeth R: A Year in the Life of The Queen

Join the BBC cameras as they go behind the glitter of Buckingham Palace and the pomp of Windsor Castle for a close-up look at the minutia of the monarchy. Culled from a year of unprecedented access to Queen Elizabeth II, the documentary trails the queen as she interacts one-on-one with her family, her staff, her public, and international heads of state. Go behind closed doors for Christmas with the royal family, eavesdrop on cocktail chatter with Ron and Nancy Reagan, and catch unguarded moments when the queen pilots her own jeep or romps with her dogs. Elizabeth R. is a once-in-a-lifetime glimpse into the everyday life of a queen.
Released : 6th-Feb-1992

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The Children's Party at the Palace

To celebrate her 80th birthday, the Queen is holding a children's party in the grounds of Buckingham Palace. She has invited many classic characters from British children's literature. But when the baddies, led by Cruella de Vil, discover that they have not been invited, they steal the Queen's handbag containing her spectacles and the text of her speech; without it, the Queen will not be able to make a speech at the party. Can the goodies find the handbag in time?
Released : 25th-Jun-2006

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Elizabeth: A Portrait in Part(s)

Elizabeth is an archive-based documentary film about the Queen. A celebration. A truly cinematic mystery-tour up and down the decades: poetic, funny, disobedient, ungovernable, affectionate, inappropriate, mischievous, in awe. Funny. Moving. Different. The Queen as never before.
Released : 21st-Apr-2022

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Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen

The story of Queen Elizabeth II in her own words, featuring never-before-seen home movies.
Released : 29th-May-2022

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Queen Elizabeth: The Coronation

This fascinating documentary reveals the behind the scenes story of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, drawing on rare archive footage and made using eyewitness accounts of participants and historical experts.
Released : 31st-May-2012

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Queen Elizabeth II: Above All Else

Queen Elizabeth II. Reigning monarch for over six decades, and the cornerstone of modern British history. Ascending to the throne after the untimely death of her beloved father, King George VI, she has seen the world change drastically, and faced a number of great challenges, both publicly and privately. Her inscrutable commitment to duty, above all else, has defined her lifetime of service to the throne. Take a look back at the incredible and incomparable life of Queen Elizabeth II.
Released : 1st-Mar-2022

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Prince Philip: A Lifetime of Duty

Prince Philip has walked two steps behind Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth ever since she became Queen in 1952. For many years before then and many years since he has been the supporting man, husband and father that the Royal Family has needed him to be.
Released : 1st-Jun-2021

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25 Years

25 Years is an impressionistic survey of the years from the Queen's accession to the throne in 1952 through to her Silver Jubilee in 1977. Combining archive and contemporary footage - including that of the royal visit to Canada and the US in 1976, the bicentenary year of American independence - the film explores the monarchy through a quarter-century which saw the conquest of Everest, the development of television as a mass medium, the first supersonic flight and space exploration. Through good times and bad, and tumultuous changes for better or for worse, one factor remained constant: the monarchy, in the person of Queen Elizabeth II, provided a continuity and stability which this film celebrates in her Silver Jubilee year.
Released : 16th-Feb-1977

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Queen Elizabeth II: Her Glorious Reign

Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning monarch in the history of Great Britain and the Commonwealth. While her service to her country is legendary, she has become a figure of strength, endurance, and dignity the world over and indeed we all feel connected to her. Through triumph, loss, scandal, and celebration, witness the story of how a young Princess became Queen to the people of the world.
Released : 6th-Oct-2022

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Queen Elizabeth II: A Royal Life - A Special Edition of 20/20

The life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II after Britain's longest-reigning monarch dies at age 96.
Released : 9th-Sep-2022

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The Queen and Her Prime Ministers

Queen Elizabeth has worked with 14 Prime Ministers, including holding confidential weekly meetings. It is not known whether she has influenced her Prime Ministers, or what happens when they clash.
Released : 22nd-May-2022

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ELIZABETH II: THE UNLIKELY QUEEN

Queen Elizabeth II, the cornerstone of modern British history and reigning monarch for over six decades. She 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.
Released : 4th-May-2021

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The Queen, by Rolf

A documentary about the painting of a portrait of Elizabeth II.
Released : 1st-Jan-2006

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Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

The coronation of Elizabeth II as queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms took place on 2 June 1953 at Westminster Abbey in London. She acceded to the throne at the age of 25 upon the death of her father, George VI, on 6 February 1952, being proclaimed queen by her privy and executive councils shortly afterwards. The coronation was held more than one year later because of the tradition of allowing an appropriate length of time to pass after a monarch dies. It also gave the planning committees adequate time to make preparations for the ceremony.
Released : 2nd-Jun-1953

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Discovering England

It would be difficult to find more comprehensive tour through the byways and highways, lanes and paths, nooks and crannies, major sights and unexpected discoveries of enchanting England! After seeing the fascinations of London, It's out into the country for spectacular lakes and streams, green hills and dales, charming houses and inns, castles and cathedrals, thatched roofs and the cobblestone streets of scores of colourful towns in between, from Aldeburgh to York.
Released : 4th-Mar-1991

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Life of a Queen

This film is a compilation of footage shot by Associated British Pathe, which covered royal events for its newsreels, and the company would have been ideally placed to use their footage to make short films for the COI. The varied life of the Queen depicted in the film encompasses duties such as making the first telephone trunk call in 1958, from Bristol.
Released : 2nd-Jan-1960

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The Queen's State Visit to Iran

2-6 March 1961 saw the Queen and Prince Philip make their first and only state visit to Iran. Their host was Mohammed Reza Pahlavi (1919-80), the Shah of Iran, who had already made an official visit to Britain in 1959.
Released : 6th-Mar-1961

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Royal Children

Even the most devout monarchist may feel uncomfortable watching this film - hindsight makes this a rather poignant experience. Although clearly intended as a hymn to royal life, with a panting narration describing the bliss Charles, Anne and Andrew are experiencing (the film was made three years before the birth of Edward), the images tell a different story - only a couple of shots feature the children smiling, while the first glimpse of Andrew as a baby, a spotlight shining on his face as photographers snap away, is a faintly sinister symbol of the royals’ lack of privacy from birth. The knowledge that a future of divorce and tabloid scandal would tarnish these children's adult lives adds irony to this snapshot of supposed utopia.
Released : 2nd-Jan-1961

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Queen Elizabeth II in Pakistan

In the middle of a six-week tour of the Indian sub-continent between January and March 1961, the Queen and Prince Philip visited Pakistan and East Pakistan, now Bangladesh.
Released : 2nd-Jan-1961

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Sierra Leone Greets the Queen

Watching Sierra Leone Greets the Queen gives one a flavour of the hectic nature of royal tours; in just one week (from the 25th November to the 1st December 1961) the Queen and Prince Philip covered an exhausting array of sights, zooming around the country to take in the capital city Freetown, Bo, the Guma Dam, digging for diamonds (Sierra Leone’s biggest export), Hangha and observing the iron ore works at Marampa. The visit was politically significant - Sierra Leona had become independent from Britain in April the same year. Colonialism’s influence is felt throughout the film, and not just in the place names (Victoria Park, Queen Elizabeth II Quay) - the ‘day in the life of a Bo schoolboy’ seems not radically different from the British equivalent, while the ‘children’s rally’ consists of boys dressed impractically in boaters and blazers, and girls marching in gymslips.
Released : 1st-Jan-1962

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The Royal Tour of the Caribbean

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh undertook an official visit to the region in February 1966, as documented in this film. The destinations on this month long excursion included: British Guiana; Trinidad and Tobago; Grenada; St. Vincent; Barbados; St. Lucia; Dominica; Montserrat; Antigua; St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla; Tortola (Virgin Islands); the Bahamas; Jamaica. This rich and detailed Technicolor travelogue was the only film authorised by the Palace. Strict instructions were given prior to the production being given the green light, most notably that the royals could only be filmed when ‘engaged in a public function’. Unlike the more relaxed footage or interviews you might see with the royals now the film is visually very official in tone.
Released : 1st-Feb-1966

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Britain Welcomes the President of Pakistan

The President had been due to visit twice before, but on both occasions the trip had to be cancelled. The first time was in 1963, the same year as the Commonwealth visit by the President of India. The second cancellation occurred in 1965 when a longstanding dispute between India and Pakistan over the sovereignty of Kashmir boiled over into full-scale war in September of that year. However, as one might expect from a film made for international diplomacy purposes no reference is made to ongoing political problems either at home or abroad. Like the Indian presidential visit of 1963, the film was for screening to domestic audiences (both in the UK and in Pakistan) whose main interest would be in the pomp and ceremony of the visit, and the reception and status afforded to the President by the Queen and royal family.
Released : 17th-Nov-1966

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Happy and Glorious

A short film by Danny Boyle starring James Bond and Queen Elizabeth II. It originally aired as part of the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Released : 26th-Jul-2012

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A Queen Is Crowned

A lavish documentary film of Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation in 1953.
Released : 2nd-Jun-1953

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Over the Seas to Belfast

This Traveltalk series short begins aboard the RMS Scythia as it exits Halifax Harbor. The Scythia is a cruise ship that was converted to a troop transport during World War II; in 1940 it carried children from Liverpool to New York as part of an evacuation program set up by the Children's Overseas Reception Board. The present voyage is among the first to carry civilian passengers from North America to the British Isles following the end of the war. Among the passengers are 150 child evacuees, who have spent several years growing up in Canada or the USA.
Released : 31st-Aug-1946

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The Queen's Green Planet

Featuring a unique conversation between The Queen and Sir David Attenborough as they walked in the garden at Buckingham Palace last summer, a landmark documentary will explore the ambition of a remarkable new initiative - a vast network of native forests across Britain and the Commonwealth, protected forever in The Queen's name.
Released : 16th-Apr-2018

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Elizabeth at 90: A Family Tribute

A unique celebration of the Queen's ninety years as she reaches her landmark birthday in April. Film-maker John Bridcut has been granted special access to the complete collection of Her Majesty's personal ciné films, shot by the Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen herself, as well as by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Much of it has never been seen publicly before. Various members of the Royal Family are filmed watching this private footage and contributing their own personal insights and their memories of the woman they know both as a member of their own close family and as queen. Among those taking part are the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Princess Royal, the Duke of Kent and his sister Princess Alexandra, who has never before given an interview.
Released : 21st-Apr-2016

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Elizabeth & Philip: Love and Duty

Kirsty Young celebrates the 70th wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip by examining the longest royal marriage in British history through key moments. She looks at how every step of their life together has been played out in the glare of publicity and in service of the nation, while steering it through decades of change.
Released : 20th-Nov-2017

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Royal Family

Intimate portrait of the daily life of the British Royal Family drawn from 18 months of filming within Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Balmoral.
Released : 21st-Jun-1969

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50 Glorious Years: A Royal Celebration

Celebrating the 50 year marriage of Her Majesty the Queen and her husband and consort Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Released : 1st-Jan-1999

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The Queen's Coronation: Behind Palace Doors

This documentary uncovers the tensions and conflict between the Queen Mother and Prince Philip in the build up to Princess Elizabeth's coronation in 1953
Released : 30th-Jun-2009

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The Funeral of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh - The Day's Events

(2021) 17/04/2021 (GB) Documentary 61m
Released : 17th-Apr-2021

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The Funeral of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh - Live Coverage

Live coverage from Windsor of the ceremonial funeral of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.
Released : 17th-Apr-2021

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The Longest Reign: The Queen and Her People

We explore how the reign of Queen Elizabeth II has been a thread of continuity running through 70 tumultuous years of British history. We look at how the Queen has worn the crown during an era in which her country and her people changed beyond all recognition. From politics and the economy to industry and technology, our working life to our family life, from what we eat to how we dress, how we spend our money, and what we do in our free time. We see how Elizabeth II was no bystander during these great moments of social change, but someone who often led the way, reflecting and engaging with the critical moments in our post-war history. We reveal how, during these shifting times, not only did we change, but the Queen did too, her time echoed our transformation, the crown moving with the ages. We hear how Elizabeth II became a fixed focal point for many during these changing times; an anchor for the country - someone people looked to
Released : 11th-Sep-2022

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Queen Elizabeth II: The Legacy, The Life

ABC News' live special examines the future of the royal family following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Released : 8th-Sep-2022

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Elizabeth Is Queen

This spectacular 1953 documentary, released in cinemas, records the events of Elizabeth II's coronation day in glorious colour.
Released : 2nd-Jun-1953

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Charles R: The Making of a Monarch

This is the story of how a prince became a king, a revealing portrait of our new monarch across the seven decades he spent as heir to the throne. It’s a journey from cradle to crown told almost solely in his own words, from film and television recordings to private home movies and featuring a wealth of material, some of which has never been seen before. As well as drawing on home movies from the Royal Collection, the film-makers were given exclusive access to sequences featuring the prince, shot for the landmark 1969 film Royal Family, including private unseen moments.
Released : 30th-Apr-2023

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Royal Destiny

Produced by British Movietone for “Her Majesty’s Central Office of Information”, Royal Destiny traces Queen Elizabeth II’s young life up to her ascension to the throne.
Released : 2nd-Jan-1953

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Britain Welcomes the President of India

An account of the state visit to Britain by the President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, in June 1963. In London he accompanied the Queen on a State drive, visited the Commonwealth Institute, attended a Guildhall luncheon and visited the country.
Released : 12th-Jun-1963

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TV Credits

Queen Elizabeth II: A Diamond Jubilee Celebration

Herself - Celebrate the Diamond Jubilee by taking a look back at the Queen's incredible reign.
Released : 3rd-Jun-2012

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The Royal House of Windsor

Self (archive footage) - Drawing on newly available evidence, this epic series explores the Windsor dynasty's gripping family saga, providing fresh insights into how our royal family have survived four generations of crisis.
Released : 22nd-Feb-2017

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House of Saud: A Family at War

Herself (archive footage) - A definitive look at how the new challenges facing the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia could change our world. This investigative series takes an in-depth look at one of the most important international stories of our generation, examining a crucial moment in Saudi Arabia's history - one that could impact the future of the world at large.
Released : 9th-Jan-2018

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First Ladies

Self (archive footage) - Blending in-depth interviews, rare archival footage, and cinematic recreations, this docuseries on the lives of America's most iconic First Ladies is a bold revision of each woman's traditional portrayal, revealing how they were impacted during their time in the White House, and how their achievements fundamentally shaped American and global history.
Released : 4th-Oct-2020

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Histoire bruyante de la jeunesse (1949-2020)

Self (archive footage) - A look back at the social movements, revolts and youth subcultures from the post-war period to the present day: after the World War II, the left-bank of Paris became a mecca for jazz and alternative living, youth culture was born with trailblazing American movies, and rock became the soundtrack to a generation that wanted to change everything.
Released : 21st-Nov-2020

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Mr. Robot

Self (archive footage) (uncredited) - A contemporary and culturally resonant drama about a young programmer, Elliot, who suffers from a debilitating anti-social disorder and decides that he can only connect to people by hacking them. He wields his skills as a weapon to protect the people that he cares about. Elliot will find himself in the intersection between a cybersecurity firm he works for and the underworld organizations that are recruiting him to bring down corporate America.
Released : 24th-Jun-2015

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Elizabeth and Margaret: Love and Loyalty

Self (archive footage) - The real relationship between the royal siblings.
Released : 26th-Sep-2020

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The Queen Mother

Self - Wife, monarch and much-loved public figure: Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, was one of the most respected members of the British Royal family. But did her friendly image disguise something darker? This moving profile reveals the dramatic inside story of her life. The moments of pain and upheaval that defined her legacy. How did this woman, who didn’t aspire to be Queen, fulfill her destiny?
Released : 9th-Mar-2019

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Queen & Country

Self - Her 60 years on the throne make her the second longest-serving sovereign in history, and in 2012 all eyes are on Queen Elizabeth II as Britain marks her Diamond Jubilee. In this fascinating series, veteran newsman Sir Trevor McDonald looks not only at the traditions and institutions surrounding the monarchy, but at the fabric of British life and history. From Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace to the collection of Historic Royal Palaces; from a privileged glimpse at the making of a royal portrait to 600 years of counting royal swans on the River Thames; from a potential change to the rules of succession to the pomp and circumstance of a state visit, this is truly a showcase for a queen and her country.
Released : 1st-Jul-2012

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Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal

Herself (Archival Footage) - This two-part series profiles Princess Margaret, whose life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed Britain during the 20th century.
Released : 11th-Sep-2018

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Secrets of the Royal Palaces

Self (archive footage) - Behind-the-scenes tales of the British monarchy's residences, with contributions by royal commentators and ex-staff members, who give the lowdown on the stories that have shaped the modern royal family.
Released : 2nd-Jan-2021

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The Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Self - The BBC’s Platinum Jubilee coverage 2022 including: The Queen’s Birthday Parade Trooping the Colour, A Service of Thanksgiving, Party at the Palace and Platinum Jubilee Pageant
Released : 2nd-Jun-2022

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The Beatles Anthology

Self (archive footage) - A documentary series on the career of The Beatles.
Released : 19th-Nov-1995

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The Life and Times of Lord Mountbatten

Self - Narrated by Lord Mountbatten himself, this is a positive feast of history and archive material, some of it part of Mountbatten's personal collection. A masterpiece in history.
Released : 1st-Jan-1969

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HM's Most Gracious Speech

Self - His/Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech is a broadcast made by the sovereign of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms to the Commonwealth of Nations each year at Christmas.
Released : 25th-Dec-1957

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