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Prince Charles: Inside the Duchy of Cornwall

  • Episode:

    2 of 2

  • Transmission (TX):

    Thu 31 Oct 2019

  • TX Confirmed


  • Time

    9.00pm - 10.00pm

  • Week:

    Week 44 2019 : Sat 26 Oct - Fri 01 Nov

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  • Published:

    Wed 16 Oct 2019

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Episode 2

The second episode asks what will be the Prince of Wales’s legacy for the Duchy, as senior staff prepare HRH Prince William for the day that he will succeed his father to become the next Duke of Cornwall.

Meanwhile Prince Charles visits his latest challenge - Nansledan, a new town on the outskirts of Newquay, which is set to be twice the size of its predecessor, Poundbury.

The film also examines The Duke’s well-known passion for trees and for traditional rural crafts like hedge laying, and how these may shape the Duchy’s future.

And finally, as a new generation of Duchy farmers embrace their Duke’s forward-thinking organic principles, Prince Charles talks emotionally about the challenges, criticism and successes that have marked his 50 years as Duke of Cornwall.  

Series overview

Two-part landmark observational documentary with privileged access to Prince Charles and his private domain, the Duchy of Cornwall, the ancient Royal estate which he has  built up over the last 50 years into a billion pound business to support himself, his immediate family and his charities. 

Narrated by Amanda Redman

Produced by BBC Studios for ITV.