BROADCAST MEDIA

Television, together with national as well as regional radio, has played a very large part in Christopher’s career since his early guest appearances on popular talk shows such as Good Morning Britain, TV-am and Richard and Judy. As an authoritative voice, he has frequently been invited to comment on topical royal issues for national broadcasters BBC News, ITN, Sky and Channel 4 News; for BBC World Service, BBC 5 Live, and his local station BBC Radio Berkshire.

Royal Wedding 2011 Since 2002, Christopher has also been a regular freelance royal correspondent with CTV, Canada’s biggest and most popular news network, providing analysis and commentary for events that have included the ceremonial funeral of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, the 90th birthday celebrations as well as the Golden- and Diamond Jubilees of HM The Queen, the weddings of The Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker-Bowles, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine Middleton; the births of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis of Cambridge, and the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Above: Royal Wedding 2011: Christopher Warwick with historian Suzannah Lipscomb, comic actor Tracey Ullman and Canadian Television national news anchor, Lisa LaFlamme.

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Royal Wedding 2018: Christopher on BBC’s The Arts Hour presented by Nikki Bedi; and on the Long Walk in Windsor on the day of Harry and Meghan’s wedding, with BBC World Service, hosted by Julian Worricker.



Princess Margaret – The Rebel Royal For many years, television documentaries have played a prominent part in Christopher Warwick’s career. Among the most recent, was the two-part Princess Margaret – The Rebel Royal on which he acted as consultant and contributor. First shown on BBC 2 in September 2018, it was seen by a combined audience of 4.6 Million viewers (excluding repeats and i-player) and was subsequently released by the BBC as a DVD.

Also made in 2018, Christopher appeared in Elizabeth and Margaret, part of UKTV’s Sisters series; he was consultant and contributor on the first programme of UKTV’s six-part Private Lives documentary series, presented by writer, historian and chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces, Tracy Borman, which is to be aired in 2019; and he contributed to the three-part series The Queen’s Lost Family, made for Channel 4 and also scheduled to be aired in 2019.

Tracy BormanLeft: Christopher with Dr Tracy Borman, presenter of Private Lives for UKTV

Christopher’s other television documentary appearances include The Riddle of the Romanovs, and Prince George – Tragedy or Treason, part of UKTV’s three-part series Royal Murder Mysteries; Inside Kensington Palace, and Inside Windsor Castle (Channel 5); The Other Prince William (Channel 4); The Queen’s Big Night Out (Channel 4); Russia’s Lost Princesses (BBC 2); Royal Babies, on which he was also consultant (ITV); King George & Queen Mary (BBC 2); Britain’s Royal Weddings (BBC 1); The Real King’s Speech (Channel 4), and Royals at War (UKTV)

CONTACT

Christopher Warwick is represented by
Charlotte Howard - Fox & Howard Literary Agency
Email: fandhagency@googlemail.com
Tel: +44 (0)207 352 8691 and +44 (0)182 479 0817