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Prince Harry arrives in Jamaica

Prince Harry arrives in Jamaica for the last leg of his Diamond Jubilee tour on behalf of The Queen.

Copyright: Emma Brumpton/Endeavour TV
35 sec.

The Princess Royal plants a tree in the Blue Peter garden

The Princess Royal, Patron, the Jubilee Woods Project, plants a commemorative tree in the Blue Peter garden at their studio in Salford, Manchester, 23 February 2012.

Find our more about the project: http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/en/jubilee-woods/Pages/home.aspx
98 sec.

Extending The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award for Young People through sport

See how the award and the Mathare Youth Sports Association are helping young people in Kenya create better a future for themselves.
329 sec.

The Prince of Wales speaks about the work of Business Connectors at the BITC Business Summit

The Prince of Wales, President, Business in the Community, makes a speech at ‘The Communities Summit’ and meets Business Connectors along with Prime Minister David Cameron at the Roundhouse, Camden, London.

http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk
826 sec.

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visit Tottenham

Six months after the riots, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visit Tottenham to see first-hand how The Prince’s Charities are making a difference and to meet members of the community again to see how they are getting on.

http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk
194 sec.

Sarah Stevenson receives an MBE from The Queen

Taekwondo World Champion Sarah Stevenson talks about receiving her MBE from The Queen during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, 22 February 2012.
85 sec.

Ronnie Corbett receives a CBE from The Queen

Veteran entertainer Ronnie Corbett talks about receiving a CBE from The Queen during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, 16 February 2012.
96 sec.

Lee Westwood receives an OBE from The Queen

Golfer Lee Westwood talks about receiving his OBE from The Queen during an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace on the 16 February 2012.
42 sec.

Humpty Dumpty arrives on the wall at Clarence House as part of the Big Egg Hunt

Mark Shand, Founder of the Elephant Family talks about the arrival of Humpty Dumpty at Clarence House today.

The new visitor is part of the Fabergé Big Egg Hunt taking place across London in support of charity the Elephant Family, which endeavours to protect Asian elephants.

http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk
72 sec.

Reception celebrating the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Dickens

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh host a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Dickens, 14 February 2012.
108 sec.

Gary Barlow launches The Diamond Jubilee Concert

Gary Barlow launches the Diamond Jubilee Concert Ticket Ballot at Buckingham Palace, 7 February 2012

To find out more and apply for tickets please visit: www.bbc.co.uk/diamondjubilee
61 sec.

The Duchess of Cambridge visits Alder Hey hospital

The Duchess of Cambridge visits Alder Hey hospital for children where she opens the new Ronald McDonald apartment, tours the Burns and Oncology units and meets patients.

www.dukeandduchessofcambridge.org
77 sec.

The Duchess of Cambridge visits The Brink in Liverpool

The Duchess of Cambridge visits The Brink in Liverpool. The Brink, run by Action on Addiction of which The Duchess is Patron, is an alcohol-free bar. It provides a social hub for people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.

www.dukeandduchessofcambridge.org
84 sec.

Visit Windsor Castle: Official Video

View the official video for visitors to Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world, and one of the official residences of Her Majesty The Queen.

Open throughout the year, the Castle’s dramatic site encapsulates 900 years of British history and covers an area of 26 acres. Highlights include the magnificent State and Semi-State Apartments furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection, St George’s Chapel where ten monarchs are buried, and a masterpiece in miniature – Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House.

Please check www.royalcollection.org.uk for more details and before planning a visit.
213 sec.

Conquer the Tower at Windsor Castle

Visit Windsor Castle and climb to the top of the world-famous Round Tower, one of the nation’s iconic landmarks. The tour, which runs during the summer months, takes you up around 200 steps to the height of 65.5 metres above the River Thames, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Castle and Windsor Great Park, the Thames Valley and the London skyline.

In 2012, tours run on selected dates from 4 June to 30 July, and daily from 1 August to 30 September. Please check www.royalcollection.org.uk for full details and how to book, or call +44 (0)20 7766 7304.
83 sec.

Tour to the Great Kitchen at Windsor Castle

See where a State Banquet is prepared on a behind-the-scenes tour to the Great Kitchen at Windsor Castle. Tours to the Great Kitchen, the oldest, substantially unchanged and still working kitchen in the country are available on selected dates during the year, usually after Chrsitmas to early February, and then from early June until the end of September. The 30-minute tour takes you to areas of the Castle not normally open to the public. Pre-booking recommended, please telephone +44 (0)20 7766 7304 or book online at www.rceltickets.com
63 sec.

Royal Collection: A Game of Kolf on the Ice by Hendrick Avercamp

Royal Collection: A Game of Kolf on the Ice by Hendrick Avercamp Lauren Porter from the Royal Collection considers how Hendrick Avercamp’s, A Game of Kolf on the Ice, adeptly depicted familiar winter scenes, composing drawings to lure the viewer in, as though a participant in the unfolding event.
175 sec.

Royal Collection: A sleigh accident on the ice by Hendrick Avercamp

Lauren Porter from the Royal Collection examines the drawing, A sleigh accident on the ice, by the Netherlandish artist Hendrick Avercamp, exploring how he captured and conveyed the dramatic events he witnessed unfolding against the wintry landscape.
193 sec.

Royal Collection: Charles-Alexandre de Calonne by Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun

Royal Collection curator Jennifer Scott Introduces the artist Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun through her 1784 portrait of Charles-Alexandre de Calonne and this talk considers how this female artist earned international reputation for her stylish portrayals of royalty and aristocratic society throughout Europe.
355 sec.

The Prince of Wales makes a keynote speech at the launch of the Marine Programme, Fishmongers’ Hall

The Prince’s International Sustainability Unit launched its Marine Programme at Fishmongers’ Hall in London today, an event during which The Prince delivered this keynote speech about sustainable fishing.

For more information visit www.princeofwales.gov.uk
1206 sec.

Royal Collection: Aurora and Tithonus by Sebastiano Ricci

Royal Collection curator Jennifer Scott considers the portrayal of the mythological tale of Aurora and Tithonus by Sebastiano Ricci and explores Ricci’s use of symbolism to provide an almost comic retelling of this tragic tale.
256 sec.

The Prince of Wales joins a discussion of young people from Youth United

The Prince of Wales met young people from organisations represented by Youth United at the Cafe of Good Hope in Lewisham.

Youth United is a collaboration of organisations including the Scouts and The Prince’s Trust, supported by The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation which aim to support young people by giving them volunteering opportunities and activities in a safe environment.

http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk
124 sec.

Royal Collection: The Passage Boat by Aelbert Cuyp

Royal Collection curator Desmond Shawe-Taylor examines the religious symbolism present Aelbert Cuyp’s dramatic painting The Passage Boat, considering how this portrayal of an everyday occurrence was intended to be read as an allegory of salvation.
354 sec.

Royal Collection: A Country house in the Viet near Delft by Jan van der Heyden

Royal Collection curator Desmond Shawe-Taylor examines the vivid naturalism in Jan van der Heyden’s painting, A Country house in the Viet near Delft, and considers how van der Heyden’s artistic technique anticipated the landscapes of the Impressionists.
276 sec.

Kirstie Allsopp talks about the work of the rebranded The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community

Kirstie Allsopp, ambassador for The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, visits Lower Marsh in Waterloo with The Prince of Wales. The area has been helped by The Prince’s Foundation to encourage better community involvement in the development of the area. Kirstie talks about the work of the charity, and why it has changed its name.

Visit http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk or http://www.princes-foundation.org to find out more.
106 sec.