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The Crown: The Official Podcast is the exclusive companion podcast to accompany the Netflix Original Series The Crown. Hosted by Edith Bowman, the podcast follows the show episode by episode, diving deep into the stories and taking listeners behind the scenes with insights from many of the people involved in making the show. The Crown returns for season 6 on November 16th and The Crown: The Official Podcast is back to follow the show episode by episode, diving deep into the stories and speaking with many of the talented people involved, including show creator Peter Morgan and cast members Imelda Staunton, Elizabeth Debicki, Dominic West and Jonathan Pryce. The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Somethin’ Else, in association with Left Bank Pictures.

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The Crown: The Official Podcast is the exclusive companion podcast to accompany the Netflix Original Series The Crown. Hosted by Edith Bowman, the podcast follows the show episode by episode, diving deep into the stories and taking listeners behind the scenes with insights from many of the people involved in making the show. The Crown returns for season 6 on November 16th and The Crown: The Official Podcast is back to follow the show episode by episode, diving deep into the stories and speaking with many of the talented people involved, including show creator Peter Morgan and cast members Imelda Staunton, Elizabeth Debicki, Dominic West and Jonathan Pryce. The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Somethin’ Else, in association with Left Bank Pictures.

    Episode 1: Persona Non Grata

    Episode 1: Persona Non Grata

    As Princess Diana and the boys set off for St Tropez for a holiday courtesy of Mohamed Al Fayed, Prince Charles plans a glittering fiftieth birthday party at Highgrove that he hopes the Queen will attend. Fayed, too, is in strategizing mode. Unbeknownst to Diana, he hopes to engineer a romance between the Princess and his son, Dodi. But with a small complication: Dodi himself is already engaged to someone else.
     
    In the opening episode of the series, Edith Bowman speaks with Writer and Creator Peter Morgan, Director Alex Gabassi, Head of Research Annie Sulzberger, and talks with the actor portraying the final iteration of Queen Elizabeth, Imelda Staunton. 
     
    The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Sony Music Entertainment, in association with Left Bank Pictures. 
     
    Host: Edith Bowman
    Guests: Peter Morgan, Alex Gabassi, Annie Sulzberger, Imelda Staunton 

    • 50 min
    Episode 2: Two Photographs

    Episode 2: Two Photographs

    Diana’s blossoming romance with Dodi sees them return to the south of France, getting to know each other on an idyllic cruise away from prying eyes. Or so they think. Soon, an intimate image of the couple becomes a global tabloid sensation, threatening to derail Diana’s planned trip to Bosnia as part of her campaign against landmines. In Balmoral, meanwhile, Prince Charles’s private secretary senses an opening: he will respond to Diana’s tabloid photo with a family photo of Charles and his sons.

    Edith Bowman speaks with Executive Producer Suzanne Mackie, Director and Executive Producer Christian Schwochow and the actor playing Princess Diana, Elizabeth Debicki.

    The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Sony Music Entertainment, in association with Left Bank Pictures. 
     
    Host: Edith Bowman 
    Guests: Suzanne Mackie, Christian Schwochow, Elizabeth Debicki. 

    • 47 min
    Episode 3: Dis-Moi Oui

    Episode 3: Dis-Moi Oui

    Diana holidays on the Fayed yacht with Dodi once more, but with Dodi drained by a bitter lawsuit lodged by his former fiancée, the novelty is starting to wear off for Diana whose thoughts turn towards reuniting with William and Harry upon her return to London. A fateful diversion to Paris sees matters come to a head - against the backdrop of an intensified and aggressive media pursuit. 

    Edith Bowman speaks with Producer Oona O Beirn, Director and Executive Producer Christian Schwochow and the actor playing Dodi Fayed, Khalid Abdalla.
     
    The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Sony Music Entertainment, in association with Left Bank Pictures. 
     
    Host: Edith Bowman 
    Guests: Oona O Beirn, Christian Schwochow, Khalid Abdalla.

    • 48 min
    Episode 4: Aftermath

    Episode 4: Aftermath

    After the news breaks of Diana and Dodi’s fatal car accident, Charles and Fayed fly separately to Paris to supervise arrangements. The tragedy generates a vast outpouring of public grief, which catches the Queen off-guard. While she remains at Balmoral, popular anger builds about her absence from London and the perceived callousness of the Royal Family. Charles, recognising the precariousness of their position, urges the Queen to depart from rigid protocol and make herself visible to the public. At the same time as Diana’s death sends shockwaves through the Palace, Fayed processes the loss of his cherished son. Hoping that the news will bring him and the Royal Family together in shared grief, he instead finds himself increasingly shunned.

    Edith Bowman speaks with Writer and Creator Peter Morgan, Executive Producer Suzanne Mackie, Dominic West who plays Prince Charles, and Salim Daw who plays Mohamed Al Fayed. Head of Research Annie Sulzberger also introduces Nada Atieh-Williscroft and Nourhan Tewfik. 
     
    The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Sony Music Entertainment, in association with Left Bank Pictures. 
     
    Host: Edith Bowman 
    Guests: Peter Morgan, Suzanne Mackie, Dominic West, Salim Daw, Annie Sulzberger, Nada Atieh-Williscroft, Nourhan Tewfik. 

    • 46 min
    Episode 5: Willsmania

    Episode 5: Willsmania

    Still coming to terms with his mother’s death, Prince William resumes school at Eton just three
    days after her funeral. He wants things to return to normal as quickly as possible - but rapidly
    discovers his life has changed in more ways than one. Among the letters of sympathy arriving by the sackload from members of the public are adoring letters from teenage girls - evidence of his growing status as a reluctant heartthrob. The attention grows as William is requested to attend a series of official engagements.

    Edith Bowman dives into William’s teenage fame with co-writer Jonathan Wilson and director May El-Toukhy. Actors Dominic West (Prince Charles) discusses royal parenting and Jonathan Pryce (Prince Philip) looks back at his experience on The Crown.
     
    The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Sony Music Entertainment, in association with Left Bank Pictures. 
     
    Host: Edith Bowman 
    Guests: Jonathan Wilson, May El-Toukhy, Dominic West, Jonathan Pryce.

    • 48 min
    Episode 6: Ruritania

    Episode 6: Ruritania

    Two years into his premiership, Tony Blair continues to ride a wave of unprecedented popularity. This unnerves the Queen who worries that the Royal Family’s own popularity does not match up. When she commissions a wide-ranging poll, the results are sobering, leading the Queen to reflect on what she - and the Palace - could be doing differently. After Blair’s reputation is further cemented by his successful humanitarian intervention in Kosovo, the Queen asks him what he would do to modernise the monarchy. His ideas and suggestions force the Queen to confront just how much change she would be prepared to accept.

    Edith Bowman speaks with co-writer Daniel Marc Janes and director Erik Richter-Strand and The Crown’s long standing Props Master Owen Harrison. Actor Bertie Carvel, speaks about the attraction of playing Prime Minister Tony Blair.

    The Crown: The Official Podcast is produced by Netflix and Sony Music Entertainment, in association with Left Bank Pictures. 

    Host: Edith Bowman 
    Guests: Daniel Marc Janes, Erik Richter-Strand, Owen Harrison, Bertie Carvel.

    • 49 min

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