A new railway line is named in the Queen’s honour, the Queen’s faith, Swedish Jubilee celebrations, a fairytale party with a real princess and Prince William juggles work.
London’s Crossrail was renamed Elizabeth Line in the Queen’s honour.
Find out more about the Royal Family’s long association with London’s transport system in this week’s show.
The Servant Queen
A new book published about Queen Elizabeth focuses on her Christian faith and how it shaped a nation, to celebrate her 90th Birthday.
The Queen wrote the forward for The Servant Queen and the King she serves.
Where can you buy your copy of The Servant Queen?
Min Stora Dag (My Big Day)
Twelve lucky children attended a fairytale party with a real princess in a royal palace.
Visit Min Stora Dag for more information.
PostNord Sweden has released some fantastic new stamps, Kungliga Jubileer, to commemorate King Carl XVI Gustaf’s 70th birthday, along with his and Queen Silvia’s Ruby Wedding Anniversary later this year.
These stamps were designed by Daniel Bjugård and photographer Anna-Lena Ahlström.
Prince William: Air Ambulance Pilot vs Royal Duties?
Are critics being a tad harsh about the Duke of Cambridge’s work commitments? Listen to our show and find out about Prince William (pictured below, last month) juggling part-time job and royal duties …
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