Running in full to over five hours long, the individual episodes in Monarchy: The Royal Family At Work follow a year in the life of the Queen, offered the kind of behind the scenes insights were simply not used to seeing. And while there are still clearly limits as to how much were allowed to explore, theres nonetheless a lot to absorb.
Among the many areas covered in the programme are overseas visits, banquets, parties, and the assorted duties of the Queen. But also, Monarchy: The Royal Family At Work takes us behind the scenes at Buckingham Palace, and interestingly spends some times with the younger members of the Royal Family as well. Some of the visitors and other high profile figures who crop up are also of curiosity.
Monarchy: The Royal Family At Work is a terrific and insightful piece of television, and one thats very worthy of your time. It may not change how you feel about the Royal Family in Britain, but its certainly going to challenge some of your perceptions. --Jon Foster
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