PRINCE ALBERT: A VICTORIAN HERO REVEALED

Reexamining Victorian Britain’s Royal History

History remembers Prince Albert as Queen Victoria’s German husband whose untimely death inspired decades of mourning. A wealth of new material, however, suggests he played a profound role as a forward-thinking reformer whose innovative ideas transformed Great Britain’s fortunes. Premiering June 14 at 8/7c, PRINCE ALBERT: A VICTORIAN HERO REVEALED is a 60-minute Victorian TV special shedding new light on one of British history’s most significant royal figures. 

With access to more than 20,000 of Albert’s private papers and photos, Professor Saul David examines Albert’s lasting influence on British culture, governmental policy and international relations. Are you interested in aligning your brand with this enlightening PBS program? Read below for sponsorship opportunities or explore additional programs in the PBS Royalty sponsorship package.

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  • Premieres June 14, 2020, at 8/7c

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