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Jennie Bond speaks to people in south west England with stories of when they met the Queen, including Falklands veterans and a pub landlady.

To mark the 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond is in her home territory of south west England to speak to people with extraordinary stories of when they met the Queen.

On her journey she meets veterans from the Falklands war, a navy captain who was lost for words when he welcomed the Queen on board his destroyer, the landlady who hosted the Queen on a rare visit to the pub, and an apprentice bricklayer whose life changed after she met the Queen.

45 minutes

Last on

Thu 1 Sep 2016 01:10

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • 00:08

    Band of HM Royal Marines


  • 00:13

    Johnny Cash

    I've Been Everywhere

  • 00:37

    Military Wives

    Stronger Together

  • 00:40

    Gary Barlow

    Sing (feat. The Commonwealth Band & Military Wives)


Role Contributor
Presenter Jennie Bond
Director Kath Pick
Producer Sandy Raffan
Executive Producer Jo Roe


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