During her reign, The Queen became the most visually represented person in human history. From stamps to coins to press photos and formal portraits, her image became and iantegral part of our everyday lives. Including access to the royal archives. 4 episodes, 4 hrs, 1 DVD. SDH
Picturing Elizabeth: Her Life in Images: An exploration into the stories behind the most iconic images of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. From Cecil Beaton's gloriously regal 1953 coronation portrait to David Bailey's refreshingly informal 2015 photograph. Features artists and photographers, including David Bailey, who talk about their experiences of painting and photographing The Queen.
Elizabeth: Fashioning a Monarch: For almost a century, The Queen used fashion to help her navigate a life of duty and service, from the majesty of her coronation gown to the coat dresses, hats and handbags that became her signature look. Fiona Bruce looks at the clothes worn by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during her reign and shows how the monarch used her outfits and jewelry as a way of communicating with the world.
Elizabeth: Her Passions and Pastimes: A celebration of the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II through an exploration of her passions and pastimes. This program reveals the subjects that interested The Queen the most, from horses and dogs to TV, film, music and theatre. Featuring interviews with friends, members of the Royal Household, Royal Yacht Britannia yachtsmen, and celebrities - all of whom have shared her interests over the years.
When The Queen Spoke To The Nation: This program looks back at the Queen's annual Christmas Day messages and the handful of momentous occasions when the Queen spoke directly to the United Kingdom - at times of crisis, commemoration, and celebration. It reveals how the very private Queen was able to use this public platform to deliver powerful messages to Britain and the Commonwealth that reflected her core values and beliefs.