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

Christopher Warwick filming with television producer Lucy SwinglerChristopher Warwick filming with television producer Lucy Swingler.
As a freelance royal commentator for broadcasters at home and abroad (notably for Canada's leading news network CTV), Christopher has provided analysis and commentary for numerous royal events. Among the more major celebrations/commemorations were Her Majesty The Queen's Golden- and Diamond Jubilees, Her Majesty's 90th birthday, the death and Ceremonial Funeral of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, and the weddings of The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Christopher also covered the birth of Harry and Meghan's son Archie, their decision to step aside as working members of the royal family in favour of independent lives in California and subsequent events including the controversial television interview with Oprah Winfrey.


Princess Margaret – The Rebel Royal Television documentaries have long been a prominent part of Christopher Warwick’s career. Among the most acclaimed was the  two-part Princess Margaret – The Rebel Royal, produced and directed by Hannah Berryman, on which Christopher acted as consultant and contributor.  First shown in the UK on BBC 2 to an audience of 4.8 million viewers, and in the USA by PBS as Margaret: The Rebel Princess, the documentary was released by the BBC as a DVD.  It was also short-listed for the Grierson Award in the Best Entertaining Documentary category.  

Included among Christopher's other documentary credits are Princess Margaret: Queen of Mustique (made by ITN for Channel 5), Elizabeth and Margaret, part of UKTV’s Sisters series; Yesterday Channel's Private Lives, on which  Christopher again acted as contributor and consultant; the three-part Channel 4 series The Queen’s Lost Family, the sequel of which, Private Lives of the Windsors, was made for the Smithsonian Channel, and aired in the UK and USA;  CNN's 6-part series The Windsors: Inside the Royal Dynasty; Our Queen at War, which was made by the BBC for ITV (also shown on PBS in the USA); ITV's Princess Margaret: Rebel Without a Crown which aired on Channel 5, and Elizabeth and Margaret: Love and Loyalty, again for Channel 5. Christopher also contributed to a piece for BBC's the One Show, with Gyles Brandreth, that was filmed at Westminster Abbey,  to mark the 60th anniversary of Princess Margaret's wedding in 1960.  For True Royalty TV's Royal Beat, hosted by Kate Thornton, Christopher took part in a group discussion with Richard Kay (Daily Mail), Royah Nikkhah (Sunday Times), and Ingrid Seward (Majesty magazine), about the history and residents of Kensington Palace, filmed in what had been the future Queen Victoria's bedroom. 

Christopher filming with Gyles Brandreth at Westminster AbbeyLeft: Christopher filming with Gyles Brandreth at Westminster Abbey.

Other documentaries in which Christopher has taken part include Young Elizabeth (Channel 5); 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); When Royals Wed (BBC 1); The Real King’s Speech (Channel 4); Royals at War (UKTV); Margaret: Royal Rebel (Channel 5); The Queen Mother in Love (Channel 4); The Queen's Lost Uncle (Channel 4), and Death at Eagle's Rock (BBC Scotland).

Christopher has also worked as publicity writer on several film and television productions, working with among others, Timothy Dalton, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Sir John Gielgud, Julie Harris, Ann-Margret, Joanna Whalley, Jane Lapotaire, and Brian Cox.

Professional enquiries may be made via Christopher's literary agent, Charlotte Howard at or directly to Christopher at