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On February 6, 1952, a very young Princess Elizabeth ascended the throne. To mark her Golden Jubilee, More to Life looks at the monarch she has become, as well as the history of the British monarchy, with royalty authors Gary Toffoli and Matt Richardson. There's more royalty to talk about... this time on ice. The 19th Winter Olympic Games are set to begin in Salt Lake City this Friday. Of all the competitions that will be televised, the skating performances are always a favourite of the games. Here to tell us about the reigning kings and queens of the sport and to explain some of their tricky feats, is former Olympian Debbi Wilkes. This show contains 1 clip of Planet Parent, about a premature baby. Show is phone-in based, and viewers can also participate via e-mail.
Feb 06, 2002
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