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The Queen (2009 docudrama)

The Queen
Genre Docudrama
Directed by Edmund Coulthard
Patrick Reams
Produced by Marion Milne
Written by Colin Swash
Edmund Coulthard
Patrick Reams
Starring Emilia Fox
Samantha Bond
Susan Jameson
Barbara Flynn
Diana Quick
Katie McGrath
Music by Miguel d'Oliveira
Country United Kingdom
Original channel Channel 4
Original run November 28, 2009 – 2 December 2009
No. of episodes 5

The Queen was a 2009 British drama-documentary showing Queen Elizabeth II at different points during her life. Broadcast on Channel 4 over five consecutive nights from 29 November 2009, the Queen was portrayed by a different actress in each episode. The Queen was portrayed by Emilia Fox, Samantha Bond, Susan Jameson, Barbara Flynn and Diana Quick.[1] Katie McGrath played Princess Margaret in the first episode and Lesley Manville played Margaret Thatcher in the third episode. The series was co-funded by the American Broadcasting Company,[2] the network which aired the series in the US.[3]

This reunited Emilia Fox and Katie McGrath who had played sisters in BBC One's Merlin.

Production

The series was shot in Southern England. Locations used in the filming included Stourhead House, Longleat, Neston Park, Grittleton House, Knebworth House and Orchardleigh Estate.[4]

References

External links

  • channel4.com
  • Internet Movie Database


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