Paddy O'Connell, presenter of Broadcasting House on BBC radio, speaks with us about the stark change in mood in the U.K. over the past four months. He talks about how the royal wedding and the riots are somehow part of the same culture.
Big news in Britain: Prince William is to marry long-time girlfriend Kate Middleton sometime next year. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Paddy O' Connell about British reaction to the wedding news.
Marriage of the royal kind is what a lot of people around the globe are talking about these days. All the attention on the British royals got The World's Carol Zall thinking about all those ï¿½other' royal families out there.
As The World's Laura Lynch reports, the upcoming royal wedding has an American connection. Prince William's great great grandmother was one of many "dollar princesses," women who moved to Britain to swap their inherited cash for royal status.
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