Inside the Tower of London 25 November 2021: Thursday on Channel 5
Season 4, Episode 3 – It’s June, and the Tower’s crew is pulling up all the stops to commemorate the Queen’s coronation in 1953. On the Wharf, a big 62-gun salute is planned, but with his boss, the Chief Yeoman Warder, gone, new Yeoman Gaoler Rob Fuller is in command for the first time. With three 4,000lb cannons to cope with and thousands of people to contend with, the emphasis is on Rob to get it right.
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About Inside the Tower of London
One of Britain’s most iconic landmarks, during its 950-year history the Tower of London has been home to kings, traitors, bureaucrats and exotic animals, and has stood constant as part of London’s skyline throughout the plague, the Great Fire and the bombs of the Blitz. In the present day, its only residents are the Yeoman Warders, known as `Beefeaters’, who work within its walls and act as guides for visitors. In this series they allow cameras to explore areas usually off-limits, and explain both the most famous and lesser-known aspects of the Tower’s long history.
This show is broadcast on Channel 5.
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