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Elizabeth: Our Queen, a new Channel 5 documentary narrated by James D'Arcy
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James D'Arcy narrated a new 8-part documentary series on Queen Elizabeth II to commemorate the 66th anniversary of her accession to the throne. Each episode is 60 minutes long.
The series premiered on Channel 5 (UK) from 06 February to 27 March 2018, however the series will be shown all over the world in the coming months.
For U.K. residents, Elizabeth: Our Queen is still available to be viewed on MY5 for a limited time (until May/June).
Click on the MY5 links below.
Elizabeth: Our Queen
Documentary series using interviews with those close to her to paint a personal picture of HM the Queen.
Aired on: Channel 5, Tuesdays at 9:00 PM BST
Runtime: 60 minutes
EP 1 Queen in Waiting
Elizabeth's early years are explored, from the day she learned she would eventually be Queen to her studies with the Provost of Eton and the tour of Kenya during which she learned her father George VI had died.
First Broadcast: 06 February 2018
Available on MY5 until 07 May 2018
EP 2 Pomp and Circumstance
As she learned the ropes of monarchy, Elizabeth faced many tough decisions, including how to modernise the British Empire, manage a critically ill prime minister, and balance her royal duties with her family.
First Broadcast: 13 February 2018
Available on MY5 until 14 May 2018
EP 3 Modernising the Monarchy
The 50s and 60s brought plenty of challenges, as Elizabeth tried to bring the royal family's image into the modern age. She made use of technology to get closer to her people via her first televised Christmas message, befriended Labour PM Harold Wilson, and invited the BBC into Buckingham Palace.
First Broadcast: 20 February 2018
Available on MY5 until 21 May 2018
EP 4 The Crown Under Attack
In the 70s, the Queen faced both a hostile nation who questioned the royal family's wealth, and scandal within as Margaret divorced and Charles sought a bride.
First Broadcast: 27 February 2018
Available on MY5 until 28 May 2018
EP 5 Strong and Steady
Through the 70s and 80s, Elizabeth was thrilled to see her sons married, but also faced a strained relationship with her first female prime minister, Margaret Thatcher. Though the two women worked hard to present a united front, they were dogged by press rumours of trouble between them.
First Broadcast: 06 March 2018
Available on MY5 until 04 June 2018
EP 6 The Crown in Crisis
In the 90s, Elizabeth faced the most challenging decade of her reign, including the famous 'annus horribilis', during which three of her children's marriages failed, and fire destroyed much of Windsor Castle.
First Broadcast: 13 March 2018
Available on MY5 until 11 June 2018
EP 7 Reinventing the Royals
A look at Elizabeth II's life since 2000, an era when she lost her sister and mother, but also enjoyed happier times, including her Golden Jubilee, and the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles
First Broadcast: 20 March 2018
Available on MY5 until 18 June 2018
EP 8 Happy and Glorious
As Elizabeth moved into the 2010s, there was a new confidence in her reign as she used her 60 years of experience to reconcile old adversaries and celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.
First Broadcast: 27 March 2018
Available on MY5 until 25 June 2018