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With interviews from Sir Elton John, Elizabeth Banks, Victoria Artbiter, Andrew Morton, Kelly Osborne, Prince Harry and experts deep within this royal story around the world, the special documentary will examine the role Prince George has been born into a
This week, Joel McHale breaks down the naive and insane contestants on the early stage of "American Idol." But first, we have the latest on the 2013 Super Bowl and Al Roker making the presidential inauguration about himself. In celebrity relationship news, we break down what Sheryl Crow may have known about Lance Armstrong's doping incidents. Then, we find out what Taylor Swift would have sang for us had she been the one dating him! Plus, Dominic Monaghan stops by the studio to expose Prince Harry's reasoning behind his naked pictures in Las Vegas. Finally, we end with the latest in your favorite reality shows including "Dance Moms," "Shahs of Sunset" and "Buckwild."
This week, Joel McHale weighs in on the latest Hollywood headlines including TMZ's incriminating photos of Prince Harry and Ryan Lochte's recent success on TV. Plus, "Breaking Bad" star Betsy Brandt stops by to show off her camel toe, comedian Rob Corddry defends lawbreaking actress Amanda Bynes and Al Roker finds his happy place on the "Today" show. Then, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "The Real World: St. Thomas," "Bachelor Pad," "Storage Wars: Texas" and other hot shows.
Andrew Marr looks closely at the influence of The Queen's family, and hears from The Queen's grandchildren about what it must have been like to become Queen at age 25. Marr examines exactly what The Queen's role as Head of State actually entails, and follows her to the Middle East and the USA to assess the global impact of the Royal Family on British trade and international relations.
This second episode assesses The Queen's move to modernize the monarchy over the past 60 years. Andrew Marr also explores the challenges faced by the royal family following the `annus horribilis' of 1992, which saw the break-up of two marriages, one divorce and the fire at Windsor Castle, and also focuses on Her Majesty's historic visit to Ireland.
This final episode concentrates on the journey we have all been on with The Queen and looks towards the future. How Britain has changed and grown up with The Queen. The triumphs shared from the Coronation to the inauguration of the Prince of Wales, the Silver Jubilee, Golden Jubilee and current preparations for the Diamond Jubilee.
In this first episode, using remarkable archive footage, Andrew Marr tells the childhood story of the young girl who never expected to reign. He looks closely at the influence of her grandfather, father and mother and the impact of the abdication, and hears from The Queen's grandchildren about what it must have been like to become Queen at age 25.
The second episode marking the Queen's Diamond Jubilee assesses her moves to modernize the monarchy over the past 60 years, including the abolition of the presentation of debutantes in 1958 and the opening up of royal homes to the public.
Narrated by John Hurt, the documentary follows the team in a year of training and planning that ends deep in the Arctic Circle, where Prince Harry joins his fellow servicemen in their final preparations for an expedition that would challenge an able-bodied explorer, let alone those severely wounded on active service in Afghanistan.