Modernising the Royal Family
David Starkey talks to Graham Stewart about the crown’s delicate balance between reform, revolution, and sustaining a useful role
Where has “modernising the royal family” taken Britain’s monarchy and where can it go next? If the age of chivalry is dead, what can the crown put in its place?
In this podcast, the historian of monarchs and monarchy, David Starkey, talks to The Critic‘s deputy editor, Graham Stewart, about the crown’s delicate balance between reform, revolution, and sustaining a useful role.
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