The Queen

Saturday, December 22, 2001

It’s an English holiday tradition: the Queen’s annual speech of good will toward men broadcast on TV and radio every Christmas afternoon. The Brits, however, may be tiring of it, since viewership has plummeted in the past decade. OTM’s Gareth Mitchell reports from London.

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