Crown And People

Episodes

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0101Celebration20020603

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British people from 1937 to the present day.

1: `Celebration'.

0101Celebration20020603

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British people from 1937 to the present day.

1: `Celebration'.

0102Role And Duty2002060420020529

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British people from 1937 to the present.

2: `Role and Duty'.

0102Role And Duty2002060420020529

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British people from 1937 to the present.

2: `Role and Duty'.

0103Finances And Resentment2002061120020605

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British from 1937 to the present.

3: `Finances and Resentment'.

0103Finances And Resentment2002061120020605

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British from 1937 to the present.

3: `Finances and Resentment'.

0104The Oxygen Of Publicity2002061820020606

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British from 1937 to the present.

4: `The Oxygen of Publicity'.

0104The Oxygen Of Publicity2002061820020606

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British from 1937 to the present.

4: `The Oxygen of Publicity'.

0105The Way Ahead20020607

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British people from 1937 to the present.

5: `The Way Ahead'.

0105The Way Ahead20020607

Royal biographer Robert Lacey examines the complex and sometimes ambiguous relationship between the monarchy and the British people from 1937 to the present.

5: `The Way Ahead'.