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The Crown: Fact or Fiction is a podcast accompanying the highly anticipated 6th and final season of the Netflix series, The Crown and is co-hosted by the Mail On Sunday's Royal correspondent, Natasha Livingstone and Mail Columnist and Royal biographer, Robert Hardman.
They'll be watching an entire episode of the show, picking their favourite moments and crucially, picking out whether events are grounded in fact or if a little artistic license has been employed. Plus, it's just a chance to revel in one of the biggest TV series of all time and celebrate the surge of interest it generated in the Royal Family's history (Whether they like that or not!)
it's merely great tv.  highlighting key details and scenes that were very different in real life!
Drawing on Robert's real life experience as a Royal correspondent who actually reported on the events depicted as they happened - their unrivalled expert knowledge and insight will be a perfect companion to you as you settle in for some wonderful television.
Presented by Robert Hardman and Natasha Livingstone.
The Crown: Fact or Fiction is produced by Rich Jarman and is a Daily Mail Production.
Read more on the Royal Family

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The Crown: Fact or Fiction is a podcast accompanying the highly anticipated 6th and final season of the Netflix series, The Crown and is co-hosted by the Mail On Sunday's Royal correspondent, Natasha Livingstone and Mail Columnist and Royal biographer, Robert Hardman.
They'll be watching an entire episode of the show, picking their favourite moments and crucially, picking out whether events are grounded in fact or if a little artistic license has been employed. Plus, it's just a chance to revel in one of the biggest TV series of all time and celebrate the surge of interest it generated in the Royal Family's history (Whether they like that or not!)
it's merely great tv.  highlighting key details and scenes that were very different in real life!
Drawing on Robert's real life experience as a Royal correspondent who actually reported on the events depicted as they happened - their unrivalled expert knowledge and insight will be a perfect companion to you as you settle in for some wonderful television.
Presented by Robert Hardman and Natasha Livingstone.
The Crown: Fact or Fiction is produced by Rich Jarman and is a Daily Mail Production.
Read more on the Royal Family

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    48:1 (The Crown Season 4 Episode 8)

    48:1 (The Crown Season 4 Episode 8)

    Join Robert Hardman and Natasha Livingstone for an analysis of "48:1" season 4, episode 8 of The Crown.
    Find out:
    Did the Queen ask that Margaret Thatcher agree to trade sanctions on South Africa?
    Did the Queen really ask that her opinion of Margaret Thatcher be leaked to the press?
    What do we really know about the Queen's relationship with Margaret Thatcher?
    Plus much more. 
    Tell us which episodes of The Crown are your favourites and we might give them the Fact or Fiction treatment on the next episode of the podcast!
    Email us at 
    FactOrFiction@mailonline.co.uk
    or send us a message or voicenote on Whatsapp:
    07796657512 (start your message with "The Crown" so we know which show you’re getting in touch with.)
    Make sure you're following The Crown: Fact Or Fiction so you don't miss an episode. 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-crown-fact-or-fiction/id1714259572

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    • 56 min
    Paterfamilias (The Crown Season 2, Episode 9)

    Paterfamilias (The Crown Season 2, Episode 9)

    Join Robert Hardman and Natasha Livingstone for an analysis of "Paterfamilias" Season 2 Episode 9 of The Crown. 
    In this episode find out the truth of the circumstances that led to Prince Phillip's sister taking a tragic flight in 1937. 
    How did the Queen and Prince Phillip decide which school to send their children to? 
    Did The Crown get it right when depicting the "Gordonstoun Challenge?"
    Plus much more. 
    Tell us which episodes of The Crown are your favourites and we might give them the Fact or Fiction treatment on the next episode of the podcast!
    Email us at 
    FactOrFiction@mailonline.co.uk
    or send us a message or voicenote on Whatsapp:
    07796657512 (start your message with "The Crown" so we know which show you’re giving your opinion on.)
    Make sure you're following The Crown: Fact Or Fiction so you don't miss an episode. 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-crown-fact-or-fiction/id1714259572
    Robert Hardman's latest book, Charles III, can be ordered here:
    https://books.mailshop.co.uk/charles-iii-9781035027415

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 49 min
    Second Sons

    Second Sons

    This is the last of our imagined episodes of The Crown - our next episodes will be a return to analysing real episodes of The Crown! 
    This episode focuses on the "second sons" - Prince Harry and Prince Andrew. 
    Find out
    What happened when Prince Harry married Meghan and Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank.
    What happened after Oprah interviewed Meghan and Harry
    What happened after Andrew was interviewed by Emily Maitliss. 
    And how would The Crown have tackled them?
    Tell us which episodes of The Crown are your favourites and we might give them the Fact or Fiction treatment on the next episode of the podcast.
    Email us at 
    FactOrFiction@mailonline.co.uk
    or send us a message or voicenote on Whatsapp:
    07796657512 (start your message with "The Crown" so we know which show you’re giving your opinion on.)
    Make sure you're following The Crown: Fact Or Fiction so you don't miss an episode. 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-crown-fact-or-fiction/id1714259572
    Robert Hardman's latest book, Charles III, can be ordered here:
    https://books.mailshop.co.uk/charles-iii-9781035027415

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 45 min
    Succession

    Succession

    With Series 6 over and no more episodes of The Crown expected, Natasha Livingstone and Robert Hardman have stepped in to imagine what Series 7 could look like if a new series were commissioned and explain which events would be guaranteed to be covered along with some insights and trivia that might not make it to an adaptation.
     
    This episode focuses on the events that followed after 2012 - the birth of Prince George, the Queen relying on the support of Prince Charles at international and latterly local events and the special relationship and love that the Queen had with countries within the commonwealth.
     
    Find out:
    How did the Queen gradually reduce her duties?
    Where were the Queen's last international trips and what did she do while travelling?
    How did the world react to Prince George's birth?
    And... What is a CHOGM?

    We love reading your reviews and comments, leave one and we might read it on the next episode!
    Send The Crown: Fact Or Fiction a voicenote on Whatsapp: 07796657512 and start your message with "The Crown" so we know which show you’re giving your opinion on.
     
    Make sure you're following The Crown: Fact Or Fiction so you don't miss an episode. 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-crown-fact-or-fiction/id1714259572
    Robert Hardman's latest book, Charles III, can be ordered here:
    https://books.mailshop.co.uk/charles-iii-9781035027415

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    • 47 min
    2012

    2012

    With Series 6 over and no more episodes of The Crown expected, Natasha Livingstone and Robert Hardman have stepped in to imagine what Series 7 could look like if a new series were commissioned.
     
    In this podcast, find out which major events would be guaranteed to make an appearance in a future series of The Crown. This episode focuses on the events of 2012 - The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, The London Olympics and Prince Harry's return to active duty in Afghanistan. 
     
    Find out:
    How did the Queen's appearance at the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony come about?
    Why did Prince Harry's first tour of duty in Afghanistan come to an abrupt end?
    What happened on the day of the Queen's Diamond Jubillee Flotilla? 
    How well does Season 6's vision of The Queen match up to the Queen in 2012?
    All this and more, in this episode of The Crown: Fact or Fiction. 
     
    We love reading your reviews and comments, leave one and we might read it on the next episode!
    Send The Crown: Fact Or Fiction a voicenote on Whatsapp: 07796657512 and start your message with "The Crown" so we know which show you’re giving your opinion on.
     
    Make sure you're following The Crown: Fact Or Fiction so you don't miss an episode. 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-crown-fact-or-fiction/id1714259572
    Robert Hardman's latest book, Charles III, can be ordered here:
    https://books.mailshop.co.uk/charles-iii-9781035027415

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    • 37 min
    I Was Glad

    I Was Glad

    With Series 6 over and no more episodes of The Crown expected, Natasha Livingstone and Robert Hardman have stepped in to imagine what Series 7 could look like if a new series were commissioned.
     
    On this episode, find out which major events would be guaranteed to make an appearance in a future series of The Crown.
     
    Find out:
    How has the Queen's role in politics changed over the years?
    Why is a hung parliament a headache for a monarch?
    What happened when the Queen made headlines on her state visit to Ireland?
    Find out what it was like to attend William and Kate's wedding.
    How do we think The Crown would represent key scenes, including William's proposal?
     
    All this and more, in this episode of The Crown: Fact or Fiction. 
     
    We love reading your reviews and comments, leave one and we might read it on the next episode!
    Send The Crown: Fact Or Fiction a voicenote on Whatsapp: 07796657512 and start your message with "The Crown" so we know which show you’re giving your opinion on.
     
    Make sure you're following The Crown: Fact Or Fiction so you don't miss an episode. 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-crown-fact-or-fiction/id1714259572
    Robert Hardman's latest book, Charles III, can be ordered here:
    https://books.mailshop.co.uk/charles-iii-9781035027415

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 42 min

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