The documentary, Philip: Prince, Husband and Father will air on SBS in Australia on Saturday, 9 April 2022, at 8.30 pm.
The 1-hour documentary, narrated by Hugh Quarshie, is an intimate portrait of Prince Philip, who died about eight weeks before reaching his 100th birthday, on 9 April 2021.
Prince Philip served in the Royal Navy during World War II before he married Princess Elizabeth in 1947.
However, he sacrificed his successful career in the Royal Navy to devote his life to the Crown, country and Commonwealth and, above all, his family, once his wife became Queen.
The documentary features rare archive footage and audio recording, telling his own story in his own words, spanning eight decades, as well as interviews with royal commentators, biographers, friends and colleagues:
- Robert Jobson, Author of Prince Philip’s Century
- Gyles Brandreth, Author of Philip: The Final Portrait
- Royal Biographer Penny Junor
- Roya Nikkhah, Royal Editor, The Sunday Times
- Royal Commentator Wesley Kerr OBE
- Royal Photographer Arthur Edwards MBE
- Actress Joanna Lumley
- Royal Yachtsman Ellis ‘Norrie’ Norrell served from 1954-to 1997
- Martin Palmer, Former Religious Advisor to Prince Philip’
Philip: Prince, Husband and Father will be available via SBS on Demand and is also available for subscription via the True Royalty TV streaming service.
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