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ROYAL BETROTHAL
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Summary: ROYAL BETROTHAL
Story No: BM48841
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/14/1947 12:00 PM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Prince Richard
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Respectfully, British Movietone News offers congratulations to HRH Princess Elizabeth and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten on the announcement of their Engagement.

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Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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KS Princess Elizabeth's Coat of Arms and folomain. GVs Buckingham Palace (x2). LIBRARY MATERIAL: Interior Princess Elizabeth seated at desk writing, in her study. CU ditto. MS Princess answering telephone. CU of her on phone. Lt Philip Mountbatten waiting in porch at Patricia Mountbatten's wedding. Royal Family walk through churchyard. Philip takes Princesses Elizabeth's and Margaret's fur 3/4 length coats. Fade. Princess Elizabeth as a child, elevated shot of Royal Family arrive at Crathie church in Scotland, King in kilt. Royal Family enter church. Lord Mountbatten explains (silent) to Princess Elizabeth about naval review, which they are watching. Elevated shot Royal Family arrive at St. Paul's for King George V's Jubilee. They alight from open carriage, out of camera. Elevated shot of Royal procession along Mall during King George VI Coronation. Inside Westminster Abbey, Queen Mary, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret in robes and crowns watch the ceremony. Pose shot of Royal Family in Coronation Robes. Royal Family walk through Buckingham Palace grounds with dog Scottie. They look at something placed on table in grounds. Seated in grounds, pan from Queen to Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, group shot of them. Princess Elizabeth in ATS uniform, removes wheel from lorry, officers look on. Princess drives lorry, shots of her seated at driving wheel. Aboard HMS "Vanguard" Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret playing games with few of naval officers aboard. Princess Elizabeth thoroughly enjoying herself. Queen Elizabeth can be seen in background looking on. CU Queen Elizabeth wearing turban. At East London, South Africa, Princess Elizabeth arrives to open graving dock. Walks onto platform. Receives presentation of diamonds after opening, looking with amazement at same. Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret mount horses on beach nearby, shots of them riding. LS of them cantering. SCU Princess Elizabeth with background of Natal Park, seated at table. CU Princess making speech on her 21st birthday, says she will serve the country and Empire etc. At Guildhall, London interior, Princess Elizabeth signs Freemans Roll. At Trooping the Colour, riding side saddle she leaves Buckingham Palace. SCU of her with Duke of Gloucester (in Grenadier Guards uniform) beside her. CU ditto. LIBRARY MATERIAL ENDS. Elevated crowd shots at recent Buckingham Palace garden party. Shots of Royal Family including Lt Philip Mountbatten and Queen Mary walking through the crowds. Philip shaking hands with several people. SCU Princess Elizabeth & Philip amid crowds. SCU Princess Elizabeth and Lt Philip Mountbatten posing for camera. CU of them. CU heads only. MS of ring on Princess' finger tilt up to the two standing arm in arm. Princess puts on her coat assisted by Philip . The two walk arm in arm towards camera. Princess seated in chair, Philip sitting on arm of same chair. CU Philip tilt down to Princess. CU of both. Night GV balcony of Buckingham Palace and Princess Elizabeth and Philip coming out on same. Cut-in of crowds cheering etc. Cut-ins of Princess and Philip who are then joined by King, Queen and Princess Margaret, crowds renew cheering. Finishing on the two engaged on balcony.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH - SOUND
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH - SOUND
Story No: BM49459-5
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/24/1947 12:00 AM
People: Prince Philip , Prince Charles , Winston Churchill
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Movietone in common with every loyal subject of the King offers congratulations to HRH PRINCESS ELIZABETH and her bridegroom.

Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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CUTS FOR STORY NUMBER 49459 - CU of clock face of Big Ben - time reads 11.35 am. HAS of group of people with thermos flasks. CU of clock face - 12.15pm. HAS of crowd using mirrors to watch procession. LS of procession - VS. Leaving the Abbey. VS of the crowds - tilt up to Big Ben. VS of the crowds watching procession. Queen Victorial Memorial camera spot. VS of procession passing. Royal carriage - VS. HAS of crowds and procession. Kensington Palace camera position. VS wedding guests and Prince Philip leaving. Queen Victoria Memorial camera position - procession arriving at Buckingham Palace - VS. LS of royal family on balcony. Guests arriving at Westminster Abbey including Winston Churchill. Royal procession making its way to Westminster Abbey. Interior Westminster Abbey - LS of choir. Princess and Duke on balcony. Crowds rushing forward outside Buckingham Palace. Royal familyon balcony. They wave to the crowd. Princess arriving at Abbey. Interior - procession of royals and VIPs. Princess arriving at Abbey. VS of the procession. Royal carriage. VS of royals on balcony, procession, crowds, interior of Abbey with procession of VIPs, procession returning to Buckingham Palace, marriage licence (negative), ill woman being passed through crowd, woman being carried on stretcher, crowds and procession. Still photographs of wedding ceremony. Crowds rushing forward at Buckingham Palace. Royals waving from balcony. Arriving at Westminster Abbey. Tilt down exterior Westminster Abbey. Carriage arriving. Royal standard flying. VS exterior of Abbey. Crowds. VS procession leaving Abbey. VS people watching from balconies and rooftops. Interior of Abbey - HAS procession. Balcony shots. Interior - Princess and Duke walking followed by royal entourage. Women who have fainted being carried to stretchers and carried away. Royal procession - cars. Women on stretchers being carried. Crush of crowd.

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THE ROYAL WEDDING - PRINCESS ELIZABETH AND THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH
Title:
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Summary: THE ROYAL WEDDING
Story No: BM49459
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/24/1947 12:00 PM
People: Prince Charles , Princess Alexandra , Prince Michael of Kent , Prince William , Duchess of Gloucester , Duke of Kent , Elizabeth Lambert , Prince Philip
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Movietone in common with every loyal subject of the King offers congratulations to HRH PRINCESS ELIZABETH and her bridegroom.

Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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TS Queen Victoria Memorial with crowd and troops marching round. GV crowd. MS crowds lining route (x3). TS crowd as children are handed over heads. CU crowd. CU the Duke of Edinburgh and the Marquess of Milford Haven out of Kensington Palace look at watch, decide it is too early and go back in. CU groom and bestman re-emerge past sweep and enter Daimler car. GV car drives off. TS car along. GV Household Cavalry (x2). GV coach with the Queen and Princess Margaret through Trafalgar Square. GV crowd. GV Irish State Coach out of Buckingham Palace pan with it as Princess Elizabeth waves. GV coach round QVM. MS bride in coach. TC coach, pan with coach past as the King seen at window. GV coach past. TS coach arrives at Westminster Abbey. TS King alights. MS bride alights (x2). GV coach at West Door. STILL PHOTOGRAPHS (x2) of interior of Westminster Abbey during wedding ceremony. GV choir singing 23rd Psalm. STILL of wedding. Pan roof of Abbey. STILL MS organist. CU register. GV & MS bride and groom towards down aisle. GV bride and groom followed by bridesmaids, Princess Margaret and Princess Alexandra lead bridesmaids. Pages are Prince Michael of Kent and Prince William of Gloucester. GV King and Queen's procession down aisle including Queen Mary, Princess Andrew of Greece (Groom's mother), King Haakon of Norway, King Michael of Romania, the Queen of the Hellenes and King of Iraq (x3). MS Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Marina and Duke of Kent. GV procession Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard, King Peter and Queen Alexandra of Yugoslavia, Queen Helen of Romania, Prince Regent of Belgium, Duchess of Aosta, Crown Prince and Princess of Greece. MS Earl and Countess Mountbatten. MS Clement Attlee and Ernest Bevin in procession, Field Marshal Smuts, Herbert Morrison and Mr Mackenzie King. MS Winston and Mrs Churchill. GV exterior Abbey. MS bride and groom from Abbey and into glass coach (x3). 2 shots of coach away & 7 shots of coach travelling back to Buckingham Palace. MS Grand Entrance as bride alights. TS crowds rush for railings & GV ditto. TS crowd. MS bride and groom onto balcony followed by Princess Margaret. TS crowd. MS King and Queen and Queen Mary join them on balcony. TS crowd, CU girls in crowd waving and shouting. MS bride and groom leave balcony. GV interior wedding group. CU Princess Margaret. MS bridesmaid. CU Prince Michael. MS other bridesmaids. CU Prince William. CU bride and groom (x2), MS ditto. CU train of dress tilt up to bride and groom. GV The Mall. MS press on QVM. MS bride climbs into landau as rose petals are thrown over her. CU the Queen (x2). Elevated shot as landau drives out Palace and rounds QVM. GV passing along The Mall, the street lamps being on, rather dull, dusk falling. Carriage arrives at Waterloo Station, bridal pair alight, greeted by Chairman of Southern Railway, also shake hands with Sir Harold Scott, Commissioner of Police. Enter special railway carriage. MS of carriage. CU Royal Coat of Arms on front of train, train pulling out of platform, people wave and train out of station and camera, superimposed title fades in wishing them "Long Life and Happiness etc." Princess's dog was at Waterloo. � Bridesmaids - Lady Mary Cambridge, Lady Caroline Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Lady Pamela Mountbatten, Lady Elizabeth Lambert, Miss Diana Bowes-Lyon, Hon. Margaret Elphinstone. � � SEE STORY NUMBER 49459/2, 49459/3, 49459/4, 49459/5

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ROYAL HONEYMOONERS ATTEND ROMSEY ABBEY
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Summary: ROYAL HONEYMOONERS ATTEND ROMSEY ABBEY
Story No: BM49483
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/27/1947 12:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip
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Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh attend Sunday morning service at Romsey Abbey. The couple have been staying at Lord Mountbatten's home, Broadlands, and happily posed for the cameras in its grounds.

Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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KS Tilt down Romsey Abbey, to entrance, where crowds await Royal couple. Various shots of crowds, climbing on every vantage point, including tomb stones, trees etc. Royal car through crowds, Canon Corban (the vicar of Romsey), receives Princess Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh. Enter church. Royal couple leave, Canon shakes hands with them, they enter car. Cut-ins of more crowds climbing over tombstones etc. Car drives off. Fade to Broadlands, Lord Mountbatten's country home, where they are staying. Couple walk out into grounds with their dog (a corgi), shots walking through grounds, kicking the leaves. Seated on seat, looking at photographs of their wedding. CU Princess's wedding and engagement rings. Couple return and walk up steps towards house, wave to camera as they pass.

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THE ROYAL CHRISTENING
Title:
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Summary: ROYAL PRINCE CHRISTENED
Story No: BM51220
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/16/1948 12:00 PM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Charles , Prince Philip
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Royal groups at the christening of the month-old Prince Charles Philip Arthur George, son and heir to Prince Philip and Princess Elizabeth taken at Buckingham Palace.

Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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CUT STORY: KS Coat of Arms. Mr John Clare (Registrar of Westminster South) out of car. Enters Caxton Hall. CU name Caxton Hall. Interior - Clare sits down & opens register. Pan close up of birth certificate of Prince Charles. Crowds outside Palace. Archbishop of Canterbury walks out of Lambeth Palace. CU Dr Fisher. Fisher enters car. Fisher's car enters Palace gates. Several Royal cars enter place gates. Mounted police push crowds back. Queen Mary's car enters Palace. GV Palace. Interior - Archbishop in his robes. CU tilt down of Archbishop. CU Prince Charles. Group - Lady Brabourne, Duke of Edinburgh, King George, David Bowes-Lyon, Earl of Athlone. Princess Victoria, Dowager Marchioness of Milford Haven, Princess Elizabeth holding Prince, Queen Mary & Princess Margaret. CU Queen Mary holding the baby. CU Queen Mary smiling. Group - King, Princess Elizabeth holding baby, Duke of Edinburgh & Queen Elizabeth. CU Prince Charles. CU Queen Elizabeth holding baby. Group - King, Queen Mary, Princess Elizabeth holding baby. Group - Princess Elizabeth with baby & Duke of Edinburgh. CU Princess Elizabeth. CU Duke of Edinburgh. CU Prince Charles. Nurse Rower enters takes baby Prince from his mother.

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PRINCE CHARLES HOLDS COURT
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Summary: PRINCE CHARLES HOLDS COURT
Story No: BM52261
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/18/1949 12:00 AM
People: Prince Charles , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip
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At their country home, Windlesham Moor, Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh allow the Newsreel Association to take the first film of their son, Prince Charles.

Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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KS. Coat of arms. Princess Elizabeth & Duke of Edinburgh push pram with Prince Charles in towards camera. Several shots of same, & SCU Prince Charles in pram with mother playing with him. CU Prince Charles in pram. CU Princess Elizabeth playing with Prince Charles. Duke lifts Prince Charles, various shots of them playing on the ground with him. Finish on CU Princess holding Prince Charles in her arms, he playing with her necklace of pearls. SEE STORY NUMBER 52261/2

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TRAGIC NEWS OF KING'S DEATH
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Summary: TRAGIC NEWS OF KING'S DEATH
Story No: BM56747
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 02/07/1952 12:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Prince Charles , Princess Anne
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Disclaimer: British Movietone is an historical collection. Any views and expressions within either the video or metadata of the collection are reproduced for historical accuracy and do not represent the opinions or editorial policies of the Associated Press.

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Long Version Cut story - KS CU Royal Coat of Arms. SCU King in Naval uniform. SCU flag at half mast on Victoria Tower. GV Parliament Square with flags at half mast on buildings. Flags at half mast on several Government Buildings. Guards band passing in front of Buckingham Palace. Blinds being pulled down in Buckingham Palace. Start of Library material. Funeral procession of King George V. Cut-in Prince of Wales and King George VI in procession, mix to Coronation of King George VI. Procession inside Westminster Abbey. Various angle (lenses) of the actual crowning. CU Archbishop placing crown on King's head. Cut-in VIPs wearing their coronets. Mix grounds of Buckingham Palace. King, Queen and two Princesses feeding the duck. Cut-in ducks on lake. SCU Queen by lake. King, Queen and two Princesses with Corgis. King in Army uniform inspecting bomb damage. King in Naval uniform and Queen looks at bomb damage at Buckingham Palace. King, Queen and two Princesses seated in Buckingham Palace grounds. SCU King and Princess Margaret with knitting, pans to Princess Elizabeth and Queen. Princess Elizabeth sorts out knitting for Princess Margaret, Queen smiling looks on. Elevated GV crowds outside Buckingham Palace. Royal family on balcony, Princess Elizabeth in army uniform, wave to crowds. King, Queen and Mr Churchill on balcony. Royal family on deck of "Vanguard". Shot from bridge bows of "Vanguard" ploughing through heavy seas. Royal family on bridge, Capetown in background. King disembarks, followed by rest of Royal family. Greeted by Prime Minister. King into car, drives away. GV procession along straight and long road, out of camera. Twenty-fifty anniversary of King and Queen's wedding, open landau out of Palace, round Queen Victoria memorial, cut-in SCU King & Queen in open landau. Down Mall. SCU King, Queen and Princess Margaret in carriage. Elevated GV procession along Fleet Street, alight at St. Paul's Cathedral. Elevated GV crowds. Various shots King & Queen driving through London streets after the war. Posed shots Prince Charles christening, shows King, Queen, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Alice, Princess Margaret etc. SCU Princess Elizabeth, Queen Mary and Prince Charles in arms. CU Prince Charles. Posed - King, Queen, Princess Elizabeth, Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Margaret. King climbs into Land Rover, several shots King inspecting various agricultural instruments. Watching potato sorter at work. Royal car through crowds. CU chandelier. Interior - posed shots at Princess Anne's christening, Queen Mary, Princess Elizabeth, King and Queen holding child. King alights from Viking - return from Scotland, walks across aerodrome. GV Buckingham Palace, flowers in fore. Crowds outside Palace. CU Bulletin. London Airport, arrival of King, Queen and Princess Margaret, followed by Princess Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh. King alights from plane, Argonaut, Princess Elizabeth and Duke wave. Cut-in rest of Royal family on tarmac. Argonaut taxies, Royal family wave and walk away. GV Sandringham Estate, gates in fore. CU King and Queen. Finish on CU King.

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VATICAN QUEEN ELIZABETH II
Title:
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Summary: QUEEN ELIZABETH II AND PRINCE PHILIP MEET THE POPE
Story No: z046663
Source: UPITN
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 10/21/1980 12:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip
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STORY

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip meet Pope Paul II on a visit to the Vatican, during their Mediterranean tour. Cuts for c0067738

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1. interior Vatican building, pan across painted ceiling to line up of Swiss Guard of honour

2. Queen Elizabeth, (in black veil) Prince Philip and other dignitaries enter room in procession and pass guard of honour

3. gv Queen and Pope Paul II seated together

4. cu Prince Philip, pan to cu Queen, pull back to ms Pope

5. ls Philip, Queen and Pope

6. cu Pope, SOUNDBITE: (English) delivers welcome speech

7. ms dignitaries seated, pan to Philip, Queen and Pope

8. various shots, Pope, Queen Philip as Pope, SOUNDBITE: continues, cutaways to dignitaries listening

9. cu painting of Jesus on wall, pull back to gv Bishops, Pope, Queen and Philip, Pope's speech continues...

10. ms Queen and Pope, SOUNDBITE: Queen delivers speech

11. Pope, Queen and everyone stands

12. various cu's Queen and Pope exchange gifts of books

13. Pope receives royal visitors and assistants in line up

14. gv Queen and Philip enter room with cardinal, sit and pose for photos

15. various cu's Queen

16. exterior courtyard, Swiss guard on parade

17. various shots, Queen, Philip and dignitaries at attention, Philip salutes

Film: Rev - Sound: Mag/SOF - Colour - NYFilm: No - LN Number: LN24326 - Available in HD

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India Queen Arrival 2
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Summary: L301183O
Story No: w015420b
Source: WTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/17/1983 05:00 AM
People: Prince Philip , Queen Elizabeth II
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STORY

INDIA: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are greeted by Indian President, Giani Zail Singh, at the start of their tour of India

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INDIA: Plane arrives and Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Delhi off; met by Indian President, Zail Singh; Guard of Honour; couple leave; people waving en route; couple at presidents

house; various scenes at presidents house including guards; gardens

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Spain Queen Elizabeth II Visit
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Summary: F24108825
Story No: w038975
Source: WTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/24/1988 04:00 AM
People: Prince Philip , Queen Elizabeth II
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}QUOTE REF SPAIN: UK Queen Elizabeth 2 and Prince Philip visit.

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24.10.88 Engl comm T18108811 1.24mins

FEATURES TAPE & CASSETTE FE241088 t/i 43.25

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Russia - Elizabeth II Tours Kremlin
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Summary: Russia - Elizabeth II Tours Kremlin
Story No: w072721
Source: WTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 10/18/1994 04:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip
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Queen Elizabeth II took a tour of the Kremlin with President Boris

Yeltsin on Tuesday (18/10) and laid a wreath at a memorial to

Soviet soldiers killed in World War II. The queen and her husband,

Prince Philip, walked beside the Kremlin wall through the

Alexander Garden before stopping at the eternal flame marking the

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. After a minute's silence, a band

played the national anthems of Russia and Britain. Yeltsin was

accompanied by his wife, Naina.

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MOSCOW, RUSSIA 18/10

tomb of unknown soldier by kremlin

queen elizabeth motorcade near kutafyev gate

military band conductor giving direction

ws band, queen accompanied by soldiers, douglas hurd and other

officials for wreathlaying ceremony

gvs brass band and soldiers

tilt up uspensky cathedral

queen seen through glass of car

yeltsin walking on kremlin compound

ls yeltsin and queen walking

motorcade on red square

queen out of car parked on red sq

ws st basils cathedral

ws sq. queen surrounded by officials walking on square

ca press on square

ws people on square

security men on sq

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UK - Liner Oriana Christened By Queen
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Summary: UK - Liner Oriana Christened By Queen
Story No: w022192
Source: WTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/06/1995 04:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip
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T/I: 11:02:56

Queen Elizabeth used French champagne on Wednesday (6/4) to

christen the German-built liner Oriana, Britain's first new luxury

cruise ship for a quarter of a century. The Queen, dressed in a coral-coloured suit, smashed the traditional magnum of champagne against the side of the ship at a ceremony in Southampton on the south English coast. Even the Queen touched on the controversy about the ship's origins, saying that British craftsmen had largely been responsible for fitting out the Oriana.

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SOUTHAMPTON, UK 6/4

Oriana at portside

Audio of bagpipes as two guards precede Queen Elizabeth II and

Duke of Edinburgh

Sailors

WS Royal party on podium

Queen SOT (in English): Prince Philip and I are looking forward to

visiting, though built in Germany still a British ship and largely

fitted out by British craftsmen and crewed by British and

Commonwealth seafarers. She's a reminder that we have never lost

touch with our maritime heritage. I name this ship "Oriana." May

God bless her and all who sail in her. Champagne bashed against

side of ship.

Applause and WS of podium

Queen and Philip walk off and sit down

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UK: BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II CELEBRATES HER 70TH BIRTHDAY
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Summary: UK: BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II CELEBRATES HER 70TH BIRTHDAY
Story No: 26203
Source: APTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/21/1996 12:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Sarah Ferguson , Prince Edward , Prince Charles , Princess Diana
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English/Nat

Queen Elizabeth the Second of Britain, is seventy today, Sunday.

More than one-thousand people have gathered at her residence at Sandringham, in rural Norfolk, England, to offer their best wishes for her birthday.

They sang `Happy Birthday' and gave her spring flowers.

It is the only public appearance by the Queen on her milestone birthday and well-wishers made the most of it.

Accompanied by her daughter, the Princess Royal, the Queen went to church at Sandringham, her Norfolk estate.

After the service conducted by Canon George Hall at the parish Church of St Mary Magdalen, she delighted the happy crowd with a royal walkabout in the bright spring sunshine.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I just couldn't miss the opportunity to come and see the Queen today. I'm a great Royalist, I think it's a great institution for Great Britain."

SUPER CAPTION: Patricia Llewellyn

There was no sign of the sadness which marred the run-up to the Queen's birthday: a week when the Duke and Duchess of York began divorce proceedings in court.

The estranged Prince and Princess of Wales have also moved closer to ending their unhappy marriage.

But despite all these problems, the love for the Queen and the Royal family has not diminished.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"Q: Could you tell us why you've come today?

A: Well, I've come because I love the Queen, I love the Royal family, the Queen Mother, everything about them. This is their home, this is my home and we are privileged for her to come here today to give us such an enjoyable day and to enjoy her celebrations too. We need her and may long she live and may we come here for many years to come."

SUPER CAPTION: Elspeth Rutherford

The Queen will spend most of her day at her estate at Sandringham.

After morning church services, family members who aren't working are expected for a private birthday dinner.

Palace sources say the dinner is scheduled at a plush restaurant near Windsor Castle.

Prince Edward stayed tight-lipped today when asked about the special 70th birthday party he has organised for the Queen tonight.

Prince Charles is expected to attend.

But the queen's soon-to-be ex-daughters-in-law, Princess Diana and the Duchess of York, are reportedly not on the guest list.

Sandringham Church, Norfolk, U.K; 21st April

1. Wide shot of crowd waiting for the Queen

2. Wide of Queen arriving in car, Queen getting out of car and entering church

3. Wide of church with people waiting outside

4. SOUNDBITE: Patricia Llewellyn

5. Cutaway of woman with birthday balloon

6. SOUNDBITE: Elspeth Rutherford

7. Queen coming out of church

8. Cutaway of children with flowers

9. Queen walking and people singing "Happy Birthday"

10. Medium shot children with flowers

11. Various of Queen receiving flowers

12. Wide shot of Sandringham Estate

Sandringham Church, Norfolk, U.K; 21st April

1. Wide shot of crowd waiting for the Queen

2. Wide of Queen arriving in car, Queen getting out of car and entering church

3. Wide of church with people waiting outside

4. SOUNDBITE: Patricia Llewellyn

5. Cutaway of woman with birthday balloon

6. SOUNDBITE: Elspeth Rutherford

7. Queen coming out of church

8. Cutaway of children with flowers

9. Queen walking and people singing "Happy Birthday"

10. Medium shot children with flowers

11. Various of Queen receiving flowers

12. Wide shot of Sandringham Estate

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UK: ROYAL YACHT BRITANNIA RECEIVES LAST VISIT FROM ROYAL FAMILY
Title:
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Summary: UK: ROYAL YACHT BRITANNIA RECEIVES LAST VISIT FROM ROYAL FAMILY
Story No: 68263
Source: APTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/11/1997 05:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Prince Charles , Prince Andrew , Timothy Laurence , Prince Edward , Duchess of Gloucester , Duke of Kent , Princess Michael of Kent , Princess Alexandra , Princess Anne
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English/Nat

Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia received a last visit from the British royal family on Thursday, before it is formally retired from service.

An emotional thanksgiving service attended by Queen Elizabeth II and other royal family members took place alongside the Royal Yacht, which is moored in Portsmouth's Royal Naval base.

The Royal Yacht Britannia, flying the royal standard alongside the Union Jack flag.

Members of the British royal family boarded the yacht, for a long last look at the rooms where they received foreign dignitaries around the world, and spent honeymoons and holidays for 44 years.

The royal party included the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince of Wales, Duke of York, Princess Royal and Captain Timothy Laurence, Prince Edward, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, and Princess Alexandra and Sir Angus Ogilvy.

Queen Elizabeth II was the last to disembark, flanked by her husband the Duke of Edinburgh.

A thanksgiving service followed, praising Britannia and all those who worked on her.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"We are gathered together in this ancient naval dockyard of Portsmouth this afternoon to worship almighty god and to commemorate the paying off of the royal yacht Britannia, after more than 43 years of distinguished service to Her Majesty the Queen."

SUPER CAPTION: Venerable Simon Golding, Chaplain of the Fleet

More than 250 officers and seamen were lined up on Britannia's gleaming decks for the occasion.

Next week the yacht will be towed by tugs from her present to the nearby Number 3 Basin at the base.

There, after December 19th, a complement of half the yacht's company will work on board to prepare her for retirement - either on Manchester Ship Canal or in Leith, Edinburgh.

Her engines will never be fired up again - they were shut down for the last time on November 22nd.

The royal apartments on board will be sealed and kept at a constant temperature, ensuring security as well as preventing deterioration.

Buckingham Palace said final decisions had yet to be taken over royal items on board.

Although the daily cleaning regime of Britannia will no longer take place, she will be kept "ship shape" by a small crew.

And her future owners will have to convince the British government that they can maintain her dignity.

Portsmouth, UK - December 11, 1997

1. Wide shot boat

2. Wide shot royal standard on boat

3. Band playing on dock

4. Crowd watching

5. Mid shot band playing

6. Cutaway sailor

7. Cutaway crowd

8. Prince Edward, Prince Charles and Princess Anne coming off boat

9. Cutaway crowd

10. Various, Queen and Prince Philip come off boat and walk to seats

11. Wide shot seated audience

12. Close up Queen watching ceremony

13. Wide shot crowd seated

14. SOUNDBITE: (English, part overlaid with crowd shots) Venerable Simon Golding, Chaplain of the Fleet

15. Wide of royal family singing

16. Crowd singing hymn

17. Wide of boat

18. Sailors lined up on deck

19. Mid shot Royals

20. Cutaway band

21. Zoom in to Queen clapping and laughing

22. Boat at dusk

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SOUTH AFRICA: BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II VISIT (2)
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Summary: SOUTH AFRICA: BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH II VISIT (2)
Story No: 163975
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/11/1999 05:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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On the second day of her visit to South Africa, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has visited the impoverished Johannesburg township of Alexandra.

Hundreds of cheering school children gathered to give the queen a rousing welcome on Thursday.

A right Royal welcome.

School children sing a traditional song of greeting for Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.

It was the sort of greeting reminiscent of her last visit to South Africa in 1995, a year after the country shed white minority rule.

After Wednesday's formal arrival ceremony and state banquets, the queen visited Skeen Combined School to look at an adult education programme, which is part of a nationwide effort funded by the British government.

Inside the centre, the queen saw a class of 50 adult literacy tutors learning how to teach adults to read.

The queen's next stop was a visit to Alexandra Oval to watch young black south Africans getting cricket coaching.

The Oval was built on a former rubbish dump with the help of money from Britain.

The queen will now travel to Durban, the Indian Ocean port hosting this year's summit of Commonwealth leaders.

She will inaugurate the summit on Friday.

Alexandra, South Africa - 11 November 1999

1. Children at windows, waving flags

2. Exterior adult education centre

3. Children singing

4. Queen arrives to cheers

5. Children waving flags

6. Queen taking to children, walking

7. Choir singing

8. Teacher shakes queen's hand

9. Children waving flags

10. Armed policemen

11. Close-up rifle

12. Various queen inside schoolhouse

13. Queen looking at embroidered throw celebrating her visit

14. Queen unrolling mat

15. Women dancing

16. Queen leaves

17. Convoy moves off

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UK Queen
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Summary: Queen Elizabeth II attends final day of 75th Royal Windsor Horse Show
Story No: 4153542
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 05/14/2018 12:29 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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Queen Elizabeth II attended the final day of the 75th Royal Windsor Horse Show on Sunday.  

During the day there was a special retirement ceremony for one of her favourite race horses Barber Shop.

The Queen watched the ceremony along with displays by the Household Cavalry and the Royal Horse Artillery.

Windsor - 13 May 2018

1. Various of Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery performing, people watching

2. The Queen in the royal box ++MUTE++

3. Various of the Queen's former race horse and show horse Barber Shop being given an honorary retirement, Queen and onlookers watching

4. Various of marketing manager Clare Gussin looking at display

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Clare Gussin, marketing manager on the Royal Windsor Horse Show:

"The show was originally started in 1943 to raise funds for the war effort and the Queen's really been involved ever since it started. She actually competed in the second ever horse show in 1944 and she still has horses competing here today. So she has been watching nearly all week. She has had quite a few horses and at least one winner. So she's had a lovely and very successful week, I'd say."

6. Various of members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) polishing and preparing for the show ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++

7. Cutaway of uniforms

8 . Various of Captain James Faire, officer with the HCMR, walking stables and attending to horse ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++

9. Horses in stables

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Captain James Faire, officer with the HCMR

"So we have got to clean it all up and then have got to really start putting the polish back into it. To get the shine off the black bits of kit, it needs four, five, six layers of polish really pushed into the leatherwork and then rubbed off with rubbed off with some nylon to really get the shine out. And then we start on the brass work. Each bit of brass that you see on the horses kit has been brasso'd (meaning polished) both on the back and on the front to really make it stand out."

11. Various of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment performing

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UK DDay Queen Arrival
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Summary: Queen arrives for D-Day commemoration
Story No: 4214313
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 06/05/2019 10:16 AM
People: Donald Trump
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has arrived in Portsmouth for D-Day celebrations.

She was joining, US President Donald Trump and other world leaders at the southern coast of England Wednesday to pay respects to American service members and allies who helped rescue Europe from Nazi Germany.

Portsmouth - 5 June, 2019

1. Various of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arriving for D-Day celebrations

2. Mid of crowd

3. Mid of veterans seated

4. Zoom out from plane next to stage

5. Various of officers from various divisions marching, taking their position on the field in front of stage

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UK Royals Farewell 3
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Summary: Harry and Meghan leave final royal engagement
Story No: 4258649
Source: ASSOCIATED PRESS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 03/09/2020 05:10 PM
People: Barack Obama , Prince Harry , Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Charles , Camilla Parker-Bowles , Meghan Markle
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Prince Harry and his wife Meghan made their final appearance as senior royals at Westminster Abbey in London on Monday, joining Queen Elizabeth II and other members of Britain's royal family for the annual Commonwealth Day service.

The event came two months after the couple - the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - stunned Britain by announcing they wanted to step back from royal life, become financially independent, and spend most of their time in North America.

Outside Westminster Abbey, a few dozen royal fans gathered to see them and wave farewell.

The fans were divided as to whether the couple would return as full-time royals at some point.

The couple are expected to earn their keep at least partly through speaking engagements, which can net as much as US$400,000 per event for the most sought after speakers such as former US President Barack Obama.

They've already had at least one speaking engagement, at a JPMorgan investment conference last month in Florida, but it isn't known whether they were paid or how much.

Among the things they may have to pay for is security after the Canadian government said it wouldn't cover the cost of the couple's security detail once they step back from royal duties.

London - 9 March 2020

1. Tilt down from Westminster Abbey to crowd

2. Mid of royal fan waving flags

3. Motorcade carrying Harry and Meghan arriving

4. Duke and Duchess of Sussex entering service

5. Crowd cheering

6. Harry and Meghan entering

7. Motorcade carrying Queen Elizabeth II arriving

8. Close of royal flag on car

9. Queen entering service

10. Royal fan chanting "God save the Queen"

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Afrane, Royal fan:

"It's very very sad. Look, I supported them, I was at their wedding in Windsor. They are doing a great job but privately they have taken their own decision that they are leaving the UK to pursue another career, another chapter in Canada which is part of the Commonwealth. They haven't left and today is their final one, so that's why I have been here to come and say farewell to them with my flag. I waved to them, they waved back to me."

12. Close of Harry and Meghan wedding flag memorabilia

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Sky London, Royal fan:

"(I feel) happy, but they made the right choice but I think that Harry will soon be back."

14. Various of motorcade with Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arriving

15. Various of Prince Charles and Camilla motorcade arriving

16. Mid of crowd

17. Mid of Canadian couple on watching

18. Set up of Canadian mother and daughter, royal fans

19. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Teed, Royal fan from Canada:

"I think that we feel privileged that they would choose our country that they'd like to spend most of their time in outside of the UK. However I know that that may be a strain on their family. We are happy to have them come on our side of the Atlantic, but it was very nice to be able to witness this."

20. Mid of flag on top of Westminster Abbey

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UK: QUEEN ELIZABETH II HOSTS BANQUET FOR ASEM SUMMIT LEADERS
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Summary: UK: QUEEN ELIZABETH II HOSTS BANQUET FOR ASEM SUMMIT LEADERS
Story No: 76261
Source: APTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/04/1998 04:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Jose Maria Aznar , Helmut Kohl , Jacques Chirac , Tony Blair
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II presided over a banquet for the leaders of 25 Asian and European nations on Friday night.

The banquet took place at Buckingham Palace at the end of the first day of the summit the Queen said the leaders were getting a well deserved break.

After a full day of discussions, it was time for dinner at Buckingham Palace - and all the Asian and European leaders were there.

In addition to Britain, the summit participants include the rest of the E-U, six members of the Association of South East Asian Nations and Japan, South Korea and China.

Queen Elizabeth the Second had a word of welcome for all of them.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"Prince Philip and I am delighted to welcome you all to this country for the second Asia-Europe meeting, and to Buckingham Palace for a much-needed pause in your deliberations. Britain is honoured that the first ASEM summit in Europe should be taking place here."

SUPER CAPTION: Queen Elizabeth II

The leaders had spent much of the day discussing the financial crisis in Asia.

But they were eager to reassure the world that Asia's economic crisis isn't likely to worsen or spread.

However, financial worries were temporarily cast aside as the participants set down to dinner.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"I should now like to ask my fellow guests to join me in toasting your Majesty's very good health. Your Majesty."

SUPER CAPTION: Sultan of Brunei

For dinner, the guests had a cordon bleu menu of sea bass, veal with mushrooms, spinach, celery and potatoes, then salad, followed by apricot ice cream filled with champagne sorbet, accompanied by fine wines.

Buckingham Palace, London - April 3, 1998

1. Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip enter

2. Queen and Prince Philip sit down amongst summit leaders for group photo

3. Pan across group while photo taken

4. People entering for dinner in Buckingham Palace

6. Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar enters with wife.

7. German Chancellor Helmut Kohl

8. French President Jacques Chirac

9. Japanese Prime Minister Hashimoto

10. Princess Anne shaking hands

11. Queen

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Queen Elizabeth II

13. Queen proposes toast and people raise glasses

14. British Prime Minister Tony Blair

15. Sultan of Brunei, pull out to wide shot

16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sultan of Brunei

17. People drinking to the Queen's health

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UK: LONDON: QUEEN VISITS EXHIBITION OF SWEDISH ART & DESIGN
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Summary: UK: LONDON: QUEEN VISITS EXHIBITION OF SWEDISH ART & DESIGN
Story No: 66194
Source: APTV
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/14/1997 05:00 AM
People: Prince Philip , Queen Elizabeth II
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and King Carl Gustav of Sweden visited an exhibition of Swedish art and design at London's Victoria and Albert Museum on Thursday.

Both paid tribute to Swedish designers Carl and Karin Larsson, whose works are on display at London's famous museum.

The British Queen pointed to the impact Swedish designers have had on Britain in the fields of art and design as representative of the long history of cooperation the two nations have enjoyed.

London's Victoria and Albert Museum is host to the first major exhibition ever held outside Sweden of the work of Sweden's most popular artist, Carl Larsson.

Carl and his wife Karin created a style of interior decoration recognised as quintessentially Swedish - an innovative combination of turn-of-the-century influences, including Japanese prints, colourful Swedish folk art and elements from the British arts and crafts movement.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip were joined by their Swedish counterparts, King Carl Gustav and Queen Silvia of Sweden, at the museum on Thursday.

In her tribute to the designers, Queen Elizabeth referred to the ever- growing popularity of modern Swedish design and interiors, drawing a parallel with the Larsson's rise to fame a century ago.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"So the wave of interest in the present century of Sweden's furniture, Sweden's craftsmanship and Swedish design goes back a long way. Our modern designers here in the U-K are currently undergoing a great renaissance and they, whether fashion designers, furniture-makers, jewellers and so on, owe much to this interchange of style and of ideas. So let us celebrate the lives of Carl and Karin Larsson, and may the Swedish style and the British style prosper."

SUPER CAPTION: Queen Elizabeth II

Carl and Karin Larsson swept away 19th century dark colours, drapes and clutter.

With their mixture of old and new, light and colour, their look became

a vital element in the creation of 20th century Scandinavian style.

The Swedish King spoke with affection of his country's most famous artists.

SOUNDBITE: (English)

"It is indeed a great honour and a pleasure for me to receive you all here on this very special occasion. I appreciate very much that this splendid museum has offered Sweden the possibility to expose the art and style of one of Sweden's most special and dear artists, Carl Larsson, and his wife Karin, to the British public."

SUPER CAPTION: Carl Gustav, King of Sweden

On display are more than 300 exhibits illustrating Swedish life in the 19th century seen through everyday events in the Larsson household.

These include photographs, furniture, textiles and the now famous watercolours which first popularised the Larsson style.

The highlights of the exhibition are five room sets, including Carl's bedroom, the studio and the library in the simple cottage in which they lived and which rapidly became Sweden's most famous home.

London, U-K - 13 November 1997

1. Exterior of London's Victoria and Albert Museum

2. Close up of exhibition sign

3. Queen and Prince Philip walking up stairs in museum and being greeted by the King of Sweden

4. Various of Queen Elizabeth and King of Sweden looking at exhibition

5. Wide shot of reception

6. Queen of England and King of Sweden enter hall

7. Audience

8. Wide shot of Queen of England and King of Sweden seated

9. Close up of Prince Philip

10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Queen Elizabeth II

11. Pull out to side shot of Queen Elizabeth II and King of Sweden

12. Close up: Queen Elizabeth II

13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Carl Gustav, King of Sweden

14. Queen Elizabeth and King Carl leave stage

15. Queen Elizabeth and King Carl chat to guests

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UK Queen Scotland 5
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Summary: Scottish crowds thrilled by Queen's visit
Story No: 4003373
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 09/09/2015 02:54 PM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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Jubilant crowds cheered on Wednesday as Queen Elizabeth II opened a railway line in Scotland, on the day she became Britain's longest-reigning monarch.

In remarks at the inauguration of the new train route in the Scottish borders region, the Queen thanked well-wishers for their "touching messages of great kindness."

Simon Perry of People magazine praised what he described as the Queen's understated approach to her landmark achievement.

Spectators were visibly thrilled by the experience of seeing the monarch.

Jubilant crowds cheered on Wednesday as Queen Elizabeth II opened a railway line in Scotland, on the day she became Britain's longest-reigning monarch.

In remarks at the inauguration of the new train route in the Scottish borders region, the Queen thanked well-wishers for their "touching messages of great kindness."

Simon Perry of People magazine praised what he described as the Queen's understated approach to her landmark achievement.

Spectators were visibly thrilled by the experience of seeing the monarch.

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Tweedbank - 9 September, 2015

1. Wide of Queen Elizabeth II being invited to open railway line, audience at ceremony cheering

2. Queen walks to lectern

3. Wide of ceremony

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Queen Elizabeth II:

"Inevitably a long life can pass by many milestones, my own is no exception. But I thank you all and the many others at home and overseas for your touching messages of great kindness."

5. Wide of crowd

6. Queen meets people in crowd

7. Wide of crowd

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Alison Pitman, local resident:

"You could just feel the buzz when you sort of saw her walking through the arches and everyone goes 'ooooh', you know, and it's just the most fantastic atmosphere. I could watch on this on telly (TV) and go 'Oh yeah, I was alive when that happened to my children,' but to be here, you get the buzz, you know. You get the feeling. I've still actually got goosebumps."

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah West, Australian royal fan:

"It was fantastic. You know, I've never ever been to anything like it in Australia so it was just fantastic to see her and get the whole atmosphere, it was fantastic."

(Reporter: How did she look?)

"She looked beautiful. The dress she was wearing was gorgeous, she doesn't look 89, you know, she looks fantastic."

10. Wide of crowd

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Simon Perry, "People" magazine royal correspondent:

"I think she looked really relaxed and a little smile for the children and so on. But I thought as well the way she spoke in a very understated way but recognising the milestone that's come around in her long life - another one that's come around in her long life. But in this case, it's a milestone that will never happen again. All the people in the crowd were saying 'we are here because we will never see this sort of thing again'."

12. Queen waves from car as her vehicle leaves

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Vatican UK Queen 2
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Summary: Queen Elizabeth II and Pope Francis meet at the Vatican
Story No: 938480
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 04/03/2014 05:40 PM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Pope Francis , Prince Philip , Giorgio Napolitano
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II paid a private visit to Pope Francis at the Vatican on Thursday, making him the fifth pontiff she's met during her sixty-two year reign.

They had a private conversation, which lasted around thirty minutes.

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip also exchanged gifts with the Pope.

Previously, Elizabeth has met with four pontiffs, starting with Pius XII in 1951, a year before her accession to the throne.

The monarch is in Italy for a one day visit following a private invitation from Italian president Giorgio Napolitano.

Illness forced the eighty-nine year old to cancel a previously planned trip to meet the former president in Rome last year.

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1. Queen Elizabeth II shaking hands with Pope Francis

2. Elizabeth entering the room with Francis and sitting down

3. Zoom out from Queen's face to Pope Francis and interpreter

4. Wide of Elizabeth, Prince Philip and Francis

5. Travelling shot of Elizabeth, Philip and Francis entering another room

6. Elizabeth introducing some of her staff to Francis

7. Various of Philip showing gifts to Francis

8. Tilt down from Francis and Elizabeth to ancient parchment

9. Close of the ancient parchment and other gifts

10. Zoom out of Philip with gift from Francis

11. Elizabeth and Francis shaking hands

12. Wide of Elizabeth and Philip entering car and waving goodbye

13. Travelling shot of Francis standing by door while the Queen's convey is leaving

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Malta Summit 2
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Summary: Commonwealth leaders meet to push for more even world trade
Story No: 468149
Source: AP TELEVISION
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 11/25/2005 03:21 PM
People: Lawrence Gonzi , Thabo Mbeki , Tony Blair , Helen Clark , John Howard , Olusegun Obasanjo , Queen Elizabeth II
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1. Wide shot of castle hosting the meeting in La Valletta

2. Various of leaders arriving

3. Prime Minister of Malta Lawrence Gonzi and Commonwealth's Secretary-General Don McKinnon (red neck-tie) greeting South African President Thabo Mbeki

4. Various of British Prime Minister Tony Blair walking onto stage

5. Various of leaders standing on stage

6. Various of New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark walking onto stage

7. Audience clapping

8. Close up of British Primer Minister Tony Blair

9. Pan across Commonwealth leaders

10. Close-up of Australian Prime Minister John Howard and Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada

11. South Africa President Thabo Mbeki pan to President of Belice, Said Musa

12. Various of Prime Minister of Malta Lawrence Gonzi, Commonwealth's Secretary-General Don McKinnon, Nigeria President, Olusegun Obasanjo and Queen Elizabeth II arrive on stage

13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lawrence Gonzi, Prime Minister of Malta:

"In this context the Commonwealth too has an irreplaceable contribution to make. Its diverse membership and shared values implied by its common language makes it an ideal harbour for thinking about and managing global relationships by networking in all its forms."

14. Audience

15. Pan across stage

16. Various of McKinnon walking towards podium

17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Don McKinnon, Commonwealth's Secretary-General

"We want development but development itself its multifaceted, trading opportunities are at a core and our leaders two years ago reaffirmed that trade it's not just an engine for economic growth but it's the most important weapon to combat poverty. They said at the time that developing countries got very little from the Uruguay Round, much was expected little came. Much was expected from the present round but so far it doesn't look too good."

18. Various of Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo at podium

19. Close-up of Elizabeth II

20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigerian President:

"Corruption has been the one major source of underdevelopment, instability, conflicts, delegitimisation of leadership and government structures and the intensification and deepening of disagreement in some of our countries. We need to adopt a zero tolerance policy at a local and international level. For this to happen cooperation between developed and developing countries is essential."

21. Leaders clapping

22. Wide of the stage

23. SOUNDBITE: (English) Queen Elizabeth II:

"This time of trial has brought us together. As they have also shown how vulnerable we can be alone and yet how much more we can do together. I pay tribute to the emergency workers around the Commonwealth who volunteer their time and their expertise while other Commonwealth members contribute to the necessary funding to support them. This shows how our Commonwealth network can bring resources and results together all around the globe."

24. Various of audience and stage

STORYLINE

Commonwealth leaders began meeting on Friday with an opening call to use their summit to send a clear message to next month's world trade talks in Hong Kong - that poor countries expect the negotiations to deliver greater benefits from global markets.

Queen Elizabeth II spoke at the opening ceremony.

A couple of female leaders, including New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, and several princes were among the 53 heads of government seated behind the queen, who is head of the Commonwealth.

Prime Ministers Tony Blair and John Howard of Australia and the other Commonwealth leaders gathered for three days of informal talks at a resort in Golden Bay on this former British colony which last year joined the European Union.

Malta's Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi welcomed delegates and highlighted in his speech the importance of belonging to the Commonwealth.

Commonwealth Secretary-General Don McKinnon said the club, whose members share much of the heritage of the former British colonial empire and include developing countries in the Caribbean, Asia and Africa, should take up the cause of the poorer nations in crucial global trade talks in Hong Kong.

"Much was promised" in the way of benefits for developing countries in the current round of global trade talks, but so far little has been delivered, McKinnon said.

The so-called Doha Round of World Trade Organisation negotiations begin December 13 in Hong Kong.

After McKinnon, Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo took the stage to thanked the Commonwealth members for its help in tackling corruption in his country.

"We need to adopt a zero tolerance policy at a local and international level. For this to happen cooperation between developed and developing countries is essential," Obasanjo said.

The Queen told Commonwealth leaders today how times of trial had brought nations together.

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Nigeria Queen 3
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Summary: Queen Elizabeth 11visits Nigeria -adds more shots, comment
Story No: 403109
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/04/2003 04:28 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II , Prince Philip , Olusegun Obasanjo , Robert Mugabe
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SHOTLIST: Abuja and Karu, Nigeria - December 3, 2003

Pool - Abuja, Nigeria - December 3, 2003

1. Pan from guard in uniform to plane taxiing

2. Wide shot of guard of honour

3. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip climbing down stairs

4. Guards

5. Queen with Nigerian President Obasanjo

6. Guns

7. Wide shot of Queen walking past guard of honour

8. Close up Queen

9. Queen and Obasanjo entering ceremony

10. Cutaway audience

11. Cutaway of Prince Philip

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigerian President

"Her Majesty's visit to Nigeria is indeed, very significant and it is a momentous occasion for every Nigerian."

13. Audience

14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Queen Elizabeth II

"My country particularly applauds the leading part the Nigerian government and people are playing in the new partnership for Africa's development and the international communities developments to bring peace and stability to Liberia, Sierra Leone and other nations wracked by conflict in West Africa. It is fitting that Nigeria should host the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting this year (CHOGM)."

15. Obasanjo and Queen meeting and greeting

APTN - Abuja, Nigeria - December 3, 2003

16. Welcome to Abuja sign

17. CHOGM 2003 on sign

18. Security

19. Various of summit building

20. Flags of Commonwealth member nations

APTN - Abuja, Nigeria - December 3, 2003

21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Penny Russell-Smith, Queen's Press Secretary

"The Commonwealth is very much a voluntary association and voluntary means precisely that so it is very much a decision for President Mugabe and the Queen would certainly see it that way."

APTN - Karu, near Abuja, Nigeria - December 3, 2003

21. Wide shot of people by sign for local government building

22. Various of dancers practicing ahead of Queen's visit on Wednesday

STORYLINE:

Queen Elizabeth II returned to Africa's most populous nation on Wednesday for her first visit in nearly a half-century, leading heads of government to the West African giant of Nigeria for a 52-nation summit of Britain and its former colonies.

Conspicuously absent among arriving leaders was Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe - his nation suspended from Commonwealth leadership councils, and Mugabe himself specifically banned from the summit.

Commonwealth organisers said they want the four-day gathering to promote what they called the "twin engines" of society - democracy and development - even in countries like repressively governed Zimbabwe, and heavily militarily influenced Pakistan.

It was the queen's first visit to Nigeria since 1956, when she was just four years into her reign.

Nigeria - then Britain's most-crowded remaining colony - still stood four years away from independence.

On Wednesday, traditional singers and dancers with faces painted white greeted Elizabeth's arrival at Abuja's airport.

President Olusegun Obasanjo, whose 1999 election closed 15 years of military rule and Nigeria's own shunning by the Commonwealth, welcomed the queen and her husband, Prince Philip.

The 77-year-old British monarch will open the summit on Friday, after a two-day state visit.

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UK Jubilee Crowds
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Summary: Crowds outside palace watch concert on big screens
Story No: 340092
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 06/02/2002 04:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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1. Various of people on the Mall

2. Various of people watching concert on screens in Green Park

3. Close up of people with flags

4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop:

"I think she (the Queen) is very good, she is good for the country. I would not like to see her not be here."

5. Wide shot of screen outside the Buckingham Palace

6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, American tourist:

"It is more the tradition. There is always a lot in our press about the festivities and the tradition of the Queen, and the family. Its just nice the get the spirit of the British people."

7. Wide shot Buckingham Palace

8. Close up of crowd

9. Queen Elizabeth II and members of the Royal family walk out of the palace

10. Wide shot of crowd

11. Queen waving at people

12. Close up crowd with flags

13. Queen leaving podium outside palace

14. Various of crowd

15. Zoom out from Royal flag onto wide of palace with people outside

STORYLINE:

Queen Elizabeth II opened Buckingham Palace to 12,000 guests for an outdoor evening of classical music on Saturday.

The so called "Prom at the Palace" kicked off a four-day national party in celebration of her 50 years on the throne.

Police estimate that 40,000 gathered outside the gates of the Palace in Green Park and along the Mall to watch the performances on giant video screens.

Under glorious blue skies the invited audience sipped champagne and enjoyed smoked salmon, chocolates and a specially designed dish dubbed "chicken jubilee," courtesy of the palace.

After the concert the Queen walked to the front of the palace to greet those who'd listened outside.

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Princess Elizabeth's Sixteenth Birthday
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Summary: Princess Elizabeth's Sixteenth Birthday
Story No: BM42200
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/27/1942 12:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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The Princess celebrates her sixteenth birthday by carrying out her first public engagement. In her capacity as Colonel in Chief she inspected the Grenadier Guards at Windsor.

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Good view of Princess Elizabeth followed by King and Queen and Princess Margaret Rose walking across to inspect Grenadier Guards, lined up in Kings Charles Quadrangle at Windsor Castle in honour of her 16th birthday. CU of Princess inspecting. Various long lens shots and members of royal family. March past. General views from tower. Three cheers. The Royal family talking with guests. Princess Elizabeth shaking hands with officers. The Queen and Margaret Rose with officers. Group. Family shots. Princess Elizabeth takes salute. Family on dais. March past. Troops march to dais. Shots on dais. March off. Royal family leave.

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Princess Elizabeth Becomes Of Age
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Summary: Princess Elizabeth Becomes Of Age
Story No: BM44747
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/20/1944 12:00 AM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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Princess Elizabeth is eighteen on the 21st April, when she will assume the dignities and responsibilities of Heir Presumptive to the Throne. In these delightful informal pictures the Princess and her sister ride their ponies 'Jock' and 'Hans'. The King and Queen join their daughters in looking at three foals.

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Cut story - CU Princess Elizabeth on horseback. Various trucking shots of Princess Elizabeth & Margaret riding their ponies. Fade to their younger days, also dressed in Girl Guides uniforms. More shots of Elizabeth & Margaret riding. Riding into camera, the two are greeted by their parents. Princess Elizabeth & Princess Margaret get their ponies to perform. Unsaddled their horses, then go over to another paddock, various shots of them with the ponies. Dogs eat bran. GS of the Royals with ponies around them. GS of Princess Elizabeth between two ponies to finish.

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Subaltern Princess Elizabeth
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Summary: SECOND SUBALTERN PRINCESS ELIZABETH -
Story No: BM45664
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 04/19/1945 12:00 PM
People: Queen Elizabeth II
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Princess Elizabeth has joined the ATS and has been on a three week course of instruction. The Princess has learnt to drive a truck and how to carry out some basic maintenance.

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Cut story - KS Group shot of Company with Princess in centre. Princess Elizabeth in classroom, studying maps with Sergeant. Various interior shots of same. Shot of instructor. CU Princess in ATS uniform. Various shots including CU of Princess driving an ambulance. Stops, alights, greeted by her parents, who then watch her remove wheel from car, also attend to plugs. CU Princess.

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King And Queen At Dartmouth
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Summary: KING and QUEEN AT DARTMOUTH -
Story No: BM37116
Source: British Movietone
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/27/1939 12:00 PM
People: Prince Philip , Queen Elizabeth II
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Their Majesties and the Princesses visit the Royal Naval College.

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The "Victoria and Albert" steams up the Dart. The Royal Party come ashore by barge and drive to the college. Here the King reviews a march past of cadets, and sees physical training and water sport. ® Shot of the Royal Naval College. The Princess Elizabeth plants tree. There is a brief shot of Prince Philip of Greece standing in the group behind the Royal Party.

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