Filmed by www.phase9.tv at the “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” – London Press Conference attended by stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Jessie Cave, Jim Broadbent, Michael Gambon, Bonnie Wright, Tom Felton, director David Yates and producers David Barron and David Heyman. This is part 1 of 10 parts
Interviews from Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe and JK Rowling.. and there is some footage from others actors. I found this video at www.harrypottertrio.com . Updated This video is from Warner Bros.
Described as Britain’s biggest ever media event – hundreds of millions of people around the world will be watching the royal wedding. To bring events to the global audience, thousands of journalists have arrived in London, where temporary studios and all manner of vantage points have been constructed. Nick Higham reports. Journalists from across the world have swooped on London to capture the pomp and pageantry of the royal wedding and cover the finale of the fairytale romance between Prince William and commoner Kate Middleton . Every vantage point around Westminster Abbey has been taken up by television cameras and temporary studios, while an entire media village has sprung up near the Buckingham Palace. On Friday, there will be blanket coverage from early morning on major global television channels, including the BBC, which has made arrangements for coverage on radio and online as well, apart from television. The London-based Foreign Press Association ( FPA )) has provided a detailed 13-page ‘Media Briefing Document’ on the event, setting out arrangements, timings, route, costs, as well as biographies of Prince William and Kate Middleton. “The Royal Family, with a private contribution from the Middleton Family, will pay for all those aspects of the day that constitute the wedding (eg. the Abbey service, flowers, dresses, carriage procession, reception and dinner). The Government and other bodies will pay for costs that are consequential to the wedding,” the briefing …
Ellen sent her writer, Amy, to London to report live from the Royal Wedding. Things didn’t go quite as planned.
This is Rupert Grint’s Speech at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 London Premiere!!! Enjoy !!
Clarence House, the official residence of The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William and Prince Harry, the designers of The Forest Garden for the sustainability event Start UK discuss what people have enjoyed about the garden and the forest as a model for sustainability. From Left to right Lulu Urquhart, Tom Petherick, Adam Hunt. For more info see: www.startuk.org www.petherickurquhartandhunt.com
TheDarynJones. Sheena gives a tour of London, England only about a week before the Royal Wedding. Daryn Jones
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen an apartment in Kensington Palace as their new permanent London home. . Report by Katie Lamborn. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com and follow us on Twitter at twitter.com
THE ARMY’S ‘MASTER OF CEREMONIAL’ RECEIVES NEW INSIGNIA FOR ROYAL WEDDING Video sows a WO1 (GSM) Garrison Sergeant Major Guards Badge being stitched , this was given by the Queen of rank on to his regimental tunic in time for the Royal Wedding. Garrison Sergeant Major William Mott OBE, the senior Warrant Officer of the British Army, and the man responsible for some of the most spectacular State ceremonial over the last decade, has been presented with an historic Warrant Officers’ badge of rank in time for the Royal Wedding on 29 April. “Billy” Mott has been in his current post as Garrison Sergeant Major (Warrant Officer Class 1) London District, since July 2002. Officially responsible for State Ceremonial, he has been involved in nearly every large-scale ceremonial event in London, and his job has taken him as far as Sri Lanka, Jamaica, Malaysia and Jordan in the organising of events. As the post of Garrison Sergeant Major is traditionally a Court Appointment, the new badge has been approved especially by Her Majesty The Queen. The badge revives the original one made for Sergeant Majors appointed to the Court of King William IV in the early 19th Century. It incorporates the Royal Coat of Arms worn by selected Warrant Officers Class 1 of The Household Division, placed over four chevrons sewn in gold thread, the traditional badge of the Sergeant Major, originally worn on both arms of their tunics. Billy Mott has received the badge in advance of one of his biggest jobs to …
Watch as London prepares for the forthcoming Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. These scenes capture the preparation, from the many Union Flags flying throughout the centre of London, to the TV broadcast pavilion at Buckingham Palace. We watch Horseguards practising their parade moves, and the window displays at London’s top toy shop, Hamleys of Regent Street. Finally we tune into rehearsals for a singing group getting ready for a show on American broadcaster NBC who have set up a temporary ‘home’ in Trafalgar Square.