The newest episode of Second Decade takes a look at the personal and family tragedy of Britain's King George III, who waged a lifelong struggle with mental illness.
England's greatest queen almost died on a mound of cushions piled on the floor because she wouldn't go to bed. This fascinating detail has resonated throughout history.
Is it possible to have friends in high places? Stephen Frears's wonderful drama shows us how.
Watch this very turgid film of Queen Elizabeth II's 1953 coronation, and learn a lot about how Britain saw itself in the aftermath of World War II.
Elizabeth is now the longest-reigning monarch in British history. What are the implications?
Might feminist and activist Emma Watson have a chance to advance her causes from the bully pulpit of Buckingham Palace?
The world of 2015 as predicted by "Back to the Future Part II" got a lot of things wrong, but a surprising number of things right, or at least close.
If you click the above video you will hear, complete and unedited, the voice of Britain's King Edward VIII announcing on BBC radio [...]
Queen Elizabeth II is still on the throne, and the clock is ticking toward a number of all-time records for the British royals. What's in store for Charles?
Seventy-four years ago today, on September 3, 1939, World War II began. Yes, the shooting started two days earlier when Germany invaded Poland, [...]