In an unprecedented move, it was decided to stage two concerts for the Jubilee within the grounds of Buckingham Palace, one classical, the other rock and pop. “The original idea was for a series of outdoor concerts staged at the grounds of all the royal residences around the country,” explains event producer Robbie Williams, “the funding for the shows to come from selling the world TV rights.” In the end, BBC TV asked for and was granted an exclusive (of the concerts at least), underwriting ...

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