. ♪ charlie: king charles the third is a history play from mike bartlett. his abilities as a ruler are challenged i parliament and his own family as he attempts to assert more power than his predecessor. in brantley calls the play -- ben brantley calls the play flat-out brilliant. .unning me now, the stars, i am pleased to have them here at the stable for the first time. -- at this table. everyone is talking about this. what is it about the royal family? i do a morning television show. fascinated by every generation. what is it? why do we like royalty? >> it is increasingly unreal in the modern world. if you are in london and you happen to see the horse guards, it is like a fairy show. it is fantastic. charlie: the drama and what has happened to the royal family is so fascinating. the diana saga was lived out in public. i feel this is terribly sensitive because it came to such a desperate end. but you could not have made that story up. charlie: you play such an interesting figure. how would you describe her relationship to her husband? >> devoted. in the pl
future history play from mark -- mike bartlett. his abilities as a ruler or quickly challenged by both parliament and his own family. -- benantley calls brantley calls the play flat out brilliant. lester, olivero chris, and lydia wilson. i am pleased to have them here at this table for the first time. everyone is talking about this and january 31 is approaching and you have to get there if you can. what is it about the royal family? show. morning television why do we like royalty? >> it becomes increasingly unreal in the modern world. these people exist as a scene in the play where people come to the palace and say why is this still here? youou are in london and happen to see the horse carts going down the mountain -- it is like a fairy show. it is fantastic. charlie: was interesting is the drama and all that has happened to the royal family is so fascinating. of the diana tsonga was lived out in public and our play touches on that area. the one area -- the whole diana saga was lived out in public and our play touches on that area.
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