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’” But he seems to be cautioning against a Jewelathon.The royal drama will air on BBC2 tonight at 9pm and will be made available to watch online on BBC i Player immediately afterwards.“For Charles or William or Harry it would be agonising to watch. But I don't think we've done anything unreasonable or cruel.”COULD THE KING OR QUEEN REFUSE ROYAL ASSENT?The BBC adaptation features many of the same cast members as the original play, with a few new additions.
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Yet many rural areas have no communal screens, and cinemas continue to close.
So BBC2’s smart decision to order a made-for-television version of the astonishing, near-to-the knuckle fantasy King Charles III, broadcast yesterday (May 10), offers an innovative approach for playwrights and casts.
“There are long, looooong Cabinet scenes in there,” he says of 37 Days, which chronicles the will-they-won’t-they diplomacy that preceded the First World War.
The BBC crunches the deliberations into three hours of docu-drama, which will air over three consecutive nights, so the Cabinet scenes are not as long as they might have been.