Pod Save The Queen

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Sinopsis

All the excitement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding, the new royal baby and a time of transition for the royal family, brought to you by Daily Mirror royal correspondent Victoria Murphy and host Ann Gripper.

Episodios

  • Royals respond to coronavirus crisis

    Royals respond to coronavirus crisis

    19/03/2020 Duración: 37min

    The Queen is at Windsor a week early, Prince Charles and Camilla's foreign visits were cancelled, Princess Beatrice has changed her wedding plans and Prince Harry and Meghan are isolating themselves in Canada.Coronavirus has turned the world upside down in a few short weeks, and that includes for the royal.Pod Save the Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers as they discuss what the crisis means for the older generations, how the younger generations are responding and the challenge posed to the royals' way of life.Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subscribe to the podcast to follow unfolding royal family news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Meghan and Harrys royal reunion at Commonwealth service

    Meghan and Harry's royal reunion at Commonwealth service

    12/03/2020 Duración: 01h05min

    When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry married, it was thought their working royal life would have a heavy focus on the Commonwealth. Instead, Monday's Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey marked their final joint engagement as senior working royals. That meant a first public outing with the royal family since they broke the news they were quitting. Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) talks to Rachael Bletchly (@rachaelbletchly), chief feature writer at the Daily Mirror, and Mirror photographer Phil Harris (@mirrorsnapper on Instagram) about the Commonwealth Day service, while Mirror Online lifestyle editor Zoe Forsey (@zoeforsey) catches us up on the rest of their visit. Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subscribe to the podcast to follow unfolding royal family news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • When the royals come to town - the reporters view

    When the royals come to town - the reporters' view

    05/03/2020 Duración: 55min

    The royal family conduct visits and engagements across the country and around the world, taking a travelling pack of reporters and photographers with them.But they are also joined by the local media, rarely royal specialists, who have a different perspective as they get a rare experience of the royals up close.To find out what it is like when the royals come to visit, Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by three colleagues from regional newsrooms.The Liverpool Echo's Max Clements (@maxclementsECHO) was with Prince William on his recent visit to Everton, with Wales Online's Christie Bannon (@christiebannon_) joining the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Swansea as they got their first taste of royal reporting.For Leicestershire Live and Leicester Mercury poitics correspondent Dan Martin (@danjamesmartin), Prince Charles and Camilla's visit was his latest royal outing after previous visits from Prince Andrew, William, Kate and the Queen.They share their stories, what it meant to their cities - and what

  • Sussex statement ruffles feathers

    Sussex statement ruffles feathers

    26/02/2020 Duración: 40min

    Prince Harry and Meghan have confirmed they will not be using 'royal' in the branding of their future activities once they begin their new life on April 1.But the Spring 2020 Transition Details statement on their website seemed to lay bare the tensions simmering in the royal family as the Firm approaches this new phase.With questions remaining over who will pay for their security - and how much - as well as various very pointed comments, Pod Save The Queen listeners have shared their reactions.Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers) joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) to go through the details.They also talk about major upcoming royal visits for William, Kate, Charles and Camilla.Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subscribe to the podcast to follow unfolding royal family news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Harry and Meghans new Big Day - 100 episodes later

    Harry and Meghan's new Big Day - 100 episodes later

    20/02/2020 Duración: 01h04min

    Pod Save The Queen is marking its centenary episode - and producer Dan Jackson (@danoogie) has a big surprise for the team before they dive into the week's royal round-up.But 100 episodes on from the first show, which featured host Ann Gripper and Daily Mirror royal correspondent Victoria Murphy (@byqueenvic) talking about the new royal landscape after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their wedding plans, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a new life landmark date on their horizon.April 1 will mark the start of their non-royal lives, and Buckingham Palace has also announced new details of engagements in March before the couple wave royal duties goodbye.Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (who debuted on the show in June 2018) joins Ann to talk through what it means for the Sussexes and royal fans.They also discuss Kate's very personal interview on the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast and share listeners' thoughts, look ahead to Princess Beatrice's wedding and reflect on Prince Andrew's subdued birth

  • Meghan and Harrys exciting future and how to get there too

    Meghan and Harry's exciting future and how to get there too

    13/02/2020 Duración: 41min

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex started 2020 with a bang, declaring their intention to step back from their roles as senior royals and carve out a different future.The early announcement prompted urgent negotiations with the royal family, with an initial deal thrashed out to give Prince Harry and Meghan the freedom they were looking for.The couple's plans are still forming, but the wheels are now very definitely in motion. So what is it like to make such a radical change to your career - and how do you make it a success? And what does entering the world of celebrity mean for the Sussexes' future?Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) talks to career coach Paul Cope (@paul7cope), writer of The 7 Secrets to Change Your Career, Escape Your Prison and Build a Dream Life, about what it is like to live through such a turbulent time and how to come out on top.And she is joined again by Daily Mirror columnist Eva Simpson (@evamsimpson) who offers her take on the Sussexes' departure and what awaits them in c

  • Queen back to work - and completes 68th year on throne

    Queen back to work - and completes 68th year on throne

    06/02/2020 Duración: 43min

    The Queen acceded to the throne 68 years ago today, aged just 25, after the death of her father, King George VI.This week she returned to work with the opening of a pumping station and a visit to an RAF base.William and Kate have had a busy week from the Bafta red carpet to Wales and table football, while Prince Charles has been introduced to TK Maxx, and faced more scrutiny of his travel, while the Sussexes remain in Canada.Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers), who joined the Cambridges on their visit to Wales, joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) to discuss the week's events. And lifestyle editor Zoe Forsey (@zoeforsey) looks back on how this day unfolded for the Queen 68 years ago, as she found out her father had died and the next phase of her own life was beginning.Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subscribe to the podcast to follow the unfolding royal family news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/p

  • Royals remember the Holocaust and address the future

    Royals remember the Holocaust and address the future

    28/01/2020 Duración: 40min

    Prince Charles travelled to Israel for a series of important engagements remembering the Holocaust 75 years on.At home, two photos taken of survivors by the Duchess of Cambridge were released to mark Holocaust Memorial Day before she and William joined a commemorative service on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers), who travelled to Israel to report on the Prince of Wales' visit, joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) for an (almost) Sussex free episode looking at a busy week of royal engagements.They discuss Kate's 5 Big Questions early years project and Charles' environmental plea - particularly in the light of his use of private flights to get around. Prince Andrew is back on the front page for the wrong reasons, but has had the side effect of alerting Americans to the case of Harry Dunn.And with BAFTA encouraging guests to rewear an old outfit, hire one or pick vintage, listeners share their pick of the gowns they would like to

  • The Palace and The Press - Part 2 - Media law lecturer

    The Palace and The Press - Part 2 - Media law lecturer

    24/01/2020 Duración: 20min

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have cited their treatment by the press as one of the reasons for their move to Canada and withdrawal from their roles as full time working royals.To get a new perspective on the media coverage, and discuss how the royal family are covered more broadly, Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) has invited two external experts to give their views.In this episode she talks to Carole Watson (LinkedIn profile), senior lecturer in media law at the University of Sunderland who spent 25 years working in journalism. Recorded after the Sandringham summit but before the Sussexes' independence deal was reached, they discuss legal action taken by the royal family in the past, where the legal line lies and how the media covers the royal family.Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subscribe to the podcast to follow the unfolding royal family news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • The Palace and The Press - Part 1 - IPSO, the press regulator

    The Palace and The Press - Part 1 - IPSO, the press regulator

    24/01/2020 Duración: 36min

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have cited their treatment by the press as one of the reasons for their move to Canada and withdrawal from their roles as full time working royals.Pictures of Meghan walking in a park with baby Archie have already been published by some newspaper and online outlets, bringing threats of legal action.To get a new perspective on the media coverage, and discuss how the royal family are covered more broadly, Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) has invited two external experts to give their views.In this episode she talks to Matt Tee (LinkedIn profile), chief executive of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (www.ipso.co.uk), the main UK press regulator and enforcer of the Editors' Code, which is fundamental to how reporters and photographers work. They discuss how people use IPSO to file complaints (and who is able to), how it works abroad and its relationship with photographers.Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subs

  • Harry and Meghan deal done - and dissected

    Harry and Meghan deal done - and dissected

    21/01/2020 Duración: 47min

    The royal family has entered a new era after agreeing terms for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to begin a new, independent life.Prince Harry and Meghan have given up a lot for the sake of freedom, and did not having things all their own way, but the Queen has left the door open with warm words and practical decisions.Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers) to dissect the statement released by Buckingham Palace to announce the agreement. They also reflect on Harry's Sentebale speech and his appearance at the UK-Africa Investment Summit.Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subscribe to the podcast to follow the unfolding royal family news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Prince Harry and the Cambridges back to business

    Prince Harry and the Cambridges back to business

    17/01/2020 Duración: 35min

    After the Sandringham Summit, the royal family has returned to some kind of normality with a series of public engagements.Prince William and Kate were in Bradford, while the Duke of Sussex was at Buckingham Palace for the Rugby League World Cup draw ahead of next year's tournament.Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers) was at both events and joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) is joined to discuss how they went. He also updates on the latest negotiations for Meghan and Harry's new roles and move to Canada.Join the conversation about the episode on Instagram and Twitter @podsave - and subscribe to follow the unfolding royal family news. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Queens Sandringham summit statement sets the tone of Sussexit

    Queen's Sandringham summit statement sets the tone of Sussexit

    14/01/2020 Duración: 44min

    Prince Harry and Meghan surprised the royal family by announcing their plans to step back from senior royal roles and be financially independent - but those plans are still not fully formed.With tensions running high and the Duchess of Sussex having already flown back to Canada to rejoin baby Archie, the Queen summoned her grandson to a summit at Sandringham with his brother Prince William and dad Prince Charles.After a day of talks, the Queen released a very personal statement to update on the progress and what lies ahead.Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper (@anngripper) is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers (@rjmyers) to reflect on the progress since the first announcement and where the royal family go from here. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Harry and Meghan quit The Firm - now what?

    Harry and Meghan quit The Firm - now what?

    09/01/2020 Duración: 34min

    Prince Harry and wife Meghan returned from their break in Canada - and delivered the bombshell news they are stepping back as senior royals.The statement released by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they intended to become "financially independent" and "carve out a progressive new role" within the royal family as they balance their time between the UK and North America.Pod Save the Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers to discuss what the announcement means for the Sussexes and for the rest of the royal family.Have your say on the episode on Instagram @podsave. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Royal review of the year

    Royal review of the year

    30/12/2019 Duración: 47min

    The royal year got off to a rocky start with Prince Philip's car crash - and that was just the first of the bumps in the road. While the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan's son Archie was a happy highlight, their struggles with dealing with their new roles, as well as the changed personal and working relationship with the Cambridges mean it has not been plain sailing. But it was Prince Andrew, and his ill-judged Newsnight interview compounding his ill-judged friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, which really rocked the boat at the end of the year. Pod Save the Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers and Daily Mirror editor Alison Phillips to dissect a difficult year for the Queen. And photographer Ian Vogler picks his picture highlights. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Kates royally fashionable year

    Kate's royally fashionable year

    23/12/2019 Duración: 34min

    The Duchess of Cambridge has been setting style trends for years - but she seemed to up her game yet again in 2020.The Pakistan tour was a highlight in her fashion year, but there have been lots of other outings to savour too.Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by fashion director Rivkie Baum, stylist Megan Rees and Daily Star online lifestyle editor Sophie Roberts to discuss how Kate got it so right this year.They also look ahead to the trends we can expect to see transferred to the high street. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • A Berry festive royal Christmas

    A Berry festive royal Christmas

    19/12/2019 Duración: 37min

    The royal family have held their annual Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace - next stop Sandringham for the big day itself. Pod Save The Queen host is joined by commentator Susie Boniface - aka FleetStreetFox - and Mirror Online lifestyle editor Zoe Forsey to discuss how the royals spend Christmas in London and Sandringham.They also look back on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's festive documentary with Mary Berry.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Meeting the royal Twitterati

    Meeting the royal Twitterati

    12/12/2019 Duración: 01h10min

    The new generation of royals have inspired a new generation of coverage - on social media.They have inspired blogs, Twitter accounts, Facebook groups and fan pages and Instagram feeds.Royal watchers have created their own online community - and their eagle eyes have added a new dimension for royal fans.Pod Save The Queen host @AnnGripper interviews the people behind three Twitter accounts which have added to her own enjoyment of following the royal: @japanese_ginger, @ufonomore and @whatkatewore.Join the discussion of the episode on the team's Instagram page @podsave.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

  • Prince Andrews accusers Panorama moment - and were on tour with William

    Prince Andrew's accuser's Panorama moment - and we're on tour with William

    05/12/2019 Duración: 48min

    Prince Andrew may have stepped back from his public role, but he is still very much in the headlines. After his disastrous BBC Newsnight interview (discussed in the previous episode), this week a new interview with his accuser Virginia Giuffre was broadcast on Panorama.Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers to pick through the allegations, revelations and latest on the fallout. Russell dials in from Prince William's royal tour to Kuwait and Oman to update us on the Duke of Cambridge's second big Middle East visit as he continues to grow into the statesman role of a future king. Back home, wife Kate has a new patronage and Princess Anne became the talk of the internet after the NATO reception at Buckingham Palace, where she joined the Justin Trudeau gossip circle and made an epic shrug at her mum the Queen. Join the discussion of the episode on the team's Instagram page @podsave.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acas

  • Prince Andrew gets the sack

    Prince Andrew gets the sack

    28/11/2019 Duración: 43min

    Prince Andrew's former friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and allegations around the Duke of York's own behaviour have been an ongoing problem for the royal family. The scrutiny increased after Epstein was found hanged in his prison cell in August having been arrested the previous month on charges of trafficking dozens of underage girls. But the situation exploded after Andrew's decision to give a TV interview to BBC Newsnight. Days after the broadcast, Buckingham Palace announced he was stepping back from public duties. As the fallout continues, Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper is joined by Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers to discuss the Queen firing her son, how the royal family are dealing with the situation and why the interview was such a disaster. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

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