Elizabeth II: The Longest Reign (2015)

In 4 days' time, HM The Queen will break the record of her great-great-grandmother Victoria, as the longest ever reigning monarch of Great Britain. This is a retrospective of her life of service to the nation.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Hermione Norris ... Herself - Narrator (voice)
Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ronald Allison Ronald Allison ... Himself - Press Secretary to HM The Queen, 1973-1978
Charles Anson Charles Anson ... Himself - Press Secretary to HM The Queen, 1990-1997
Dickie Arbiter ... Himself - Press Spokesman to HM The Queen, 1988-2000
Jennie Bond Jennie Bond ... Herself - BBC Royal Correspondent, 1989-2001
George Carey ... Himself - Archbishop of Canterbury, 1991-2002 (as Lord George Carey)
Dai Davies Dai Davies ... Himself - Head of Royal Protection, 1995-1998
Douglas Hurd Douglas Hurd ... Himself - Conservative MP, 1974-1997 (as Lord Douglas Hurd)
Mike Jackson Mike Jackson ... Himself - Head of the British Army, 2003-2006 (as General Sir Michael Jackson)
Rachel Johnson Rachel Johnson ... Herself - Editor, The Lady
Andrew Morton Andrew Morton ... Himself - Official Biographer of Diana, Princess of Wales
Margaret Rhodes Margaret Rhodes ... Herself - First Cousin of HM The Queen
Ingrid Seward Ingrid Seward ... Herself - Editor, Majesty magazine
William Shawcross William Shawcross ... Himself - Official Biographer of the Queen Mother
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In 4 days' time, HM The Queen will break the record of her great-great-grandmother Victoria, as the longest ever reigning monarch of Great Britain. This is a retrospective of her life of service to the nation.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 September 2015 (UK) See more »

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Color | Black and White (archive footage)
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A reporter who was present at the Investiture of Prince Charles in 1969, offers his reflections uncredited. See more »

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