BROADCAST MEDIA

Television, along with national and regional radio, have played a major part in my  career since my very earliest guest appearances on such popular UK talk shows as TV-am, Good Morning Britain and Richard and Judy. As an authoritative voice I have frequently been invited to comment on topical royal issues for national broadcasters including BBC News, ITV, Channel 4 News and Sky News; for BBC World Service, BBC 5 Live, LBC, Associated Press and for regional BBC radio.
 

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 (including many years with Canadian Television News (CTV)), I have provided analysis and commentary for a huge number of royal events and commemorative milestones, from royal weddings and funerals to royal births, christenings and jubilees. Last year, I gave any number of interviews to British, North American, German, Spanish and Australian broadcasters covering the death and ceremonial funeral of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and in regard to the  epic Prince Andrew, Duke of York saga, I was interviewed for UK, North American and Australian news programmes. 

Television documentaries have long played a prominent and enjoyable part in my career.  Among the most memorable was the  two-part Princess Margaret – The Rebel Royal on which I was consultant as well as contributor. Produced and directed by Hannah Berryman, it was first shown on BBC 2 in the UK  to an audience of 4.8 million viewers. Shortly afterwards, the documentary was released by the BBC as a DVD and was short-listed for the Grierson Award in the Best Entertaining Documentary category.  

My other documentary credits include Secrets of the Royal Palaces Series 2;  Marina of Greece: The Forgotten Royal; Snowdon and Margaret: A Scandalous Affair; Princess Alexandra: The Queen's Confidant; Katharine: The Compassionate Duchess (all for Channel 5) ; The Queen Unseen, made by ITV to celebrate Her Majesty's 95th birthday;  Princess Margaret: Queen of Mustique; the three part Channel 4 series The Queen's Lost FamilyThe Windsors - Inside the Royal Dynasty (CNN and Channel 4);  Private Lives (UK TV/Yesterday Channel) on which I again acted as contributor and consultant; Our Queen at War (BBC for ITV), Princess Margaret: Rebel Without a Crown (ITN for Channel 5), and Elizabeth and Margaret: Love and Loyalty (Channel 5); Young Elizabeth (Channel 5); The Riddle of the Romanovs (UKTV); Prince George - Tragedy or Treason (UKTV);  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 I also acted as consultant (ITV); King George & Queen Mary (BBC 2); Britain's Royal Weddings (BBC 1); When Royals Wed with Lesley Garrett (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); Death at Eagle's Rock (BBC Scotland); A Right Royal Frock Up (Channel 4).

 

Christopher filming with Gyles Brandreth at Westminster AbbeyLeft: Filming with Gyles Brandreth at Westminster Abbey for BBC Television's  ONE Show.

 

The first consultant editor of Majesty magazine, I have also worked as publicity writer on several film and television productions and have given talks for, among others, Cunard, Alison Weir Tours, Historic Royal Palaces, St Alban's Cathedral and the Windsor Festival.


Contact:
Professional enquiries may be made via my literary agent, Charlotte Howard at charlottehoward@foxandhoward.co.uk or directly to me at warwickchristopher9@gmail.com