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I am a big fan of the Netflix series Crown. Especially I am interest in following the fate of family members in the context of historic events represented by the periods of UK Premiers. I found MeDigital’s product Timeline as an ideal tool for showing Netflix Crown episodes individually and in context of UK Premiers periods. I have combined two main sources: Premiers list on Wikipedia and The Fandom Crown Wiki. Can’t wait for the fifth’s season.

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Wolferton Splash1PremiersCrown1905-04-301947-11-071951-12-01Princess Elizabeth and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh were married on November 20, 1947 in Westminister Abbey. The service was officiated by Geoffrey Fisher, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Cyrill Garbett, the Archbishop of York, the two highest-ranking bishops in the Church of England. She was 21 and he was 26 when they married.Clement Attleered1
Hyde_Park_Corner2PremiersCrown1905-05-051952-01-011952-02-01With King George too ill to travel, Elizabeth and Phillip embark on a four-continent Commonwealth tour. Party leaders attempt to undermine Churchill. George VI died of lung cancer on February 6, 1952.Winston Churchillred1
Windsor2PremiersCrown1905-05-051952-04-011952-08-01With Elizabeth in a new role, Phillip tries to assert some power. Churchill wants to delay the coronation. King George's disgraced brother arrives.Winston Churchillred1
Act_of_God2PremiersCrown1905-05-051952-12-011952-12-31When dense smog cripples London for days and creates a serious health hazard, Churchill's inaction leaves him vulnerable to his political enemies.Winston Churchillred1
Smoke_and_Mirrors2PremiersCrown1905-05-061953-02-011953-06-01Elizabeth rejects protocol by appointing Phillip to coordinate her coronation, but his ideas create conflict. The Duke of Windsor returns to London.Winston Churchillred1
Gelignite2PremiersCrown1905-05-061953-07-011953-08-01Margaret and Peter come to Elizabeth with a request. With a royal scandal about to break in the newspapers, the Queen Mother intervenes.Winston Churchillred1
Scientia_Potentia_Est2PremiersCrown1905-05-061953-08-011953-08-01As the Soviets test the H-bomb, both Churchill and Eden have major health crises. Angry about her inadequate education, Elizabeth hires a tutor.Winston Churchillred1
Pride_&_Joy2PremiersCrown1905-05-061953-11-011954-05-01Elizabeth and Phillip go on an exhausting world journey. Margaret takes over some of her sister's official duties and tries to liven things up.Winston Churchillred1
Assassins2PremiersCrown1905-05-071954-08-011955-04-01As tensions with Philip increase, Elizabeth spends time with her old friend Porchey. Churchill's portrait is painted for his 80th birthday.Winston Churchillred1
Gloriana3PremiersCrown1905-05-081955-08-011955-11-01Margaret and Peter are reunited, but another obstacle stands in their way. Elizabeth is torn between her duty as Queen and her love for her sister.Sir Anthony Edenred1
Misadventure3PremiersCrown1905-05-091956-07-011956-11-01As Phillip leaves for a long tour, Elizabeth makes an upsetting discovery. Prime Minister Eden wants to strike back after Egypt seizes the Suez CanalSir Anthony Edenblue2
A_Company_of_Men3PremiersCrown1905-05-091956-11-011956-12-01Elizabeth feels disconnected from Philip. Eden copes with international pressure and ill health. An interview stirs up harrowing memories for PhilipSir Anthony Edenblue2
Lisbon4PremiersCrown1905-05-101956-12-011957-01-01Palace insiders try to prevent a scandal that could reflect poorly on Philip. Eden faces censure from his cabinet and the pressHarold Macmillanblue2
Beryl4PremiersCrown1905-05-101957-08-011957-11-01When Elizabeth and Philip throw a grand party for their 10th anniversary, both Margaret and the new Prime Minister experience romantic tribulationsHarold Macmillanblue2
Marionettes4PremiersCrown1905-05-101957-09-011957-12-01After Elizabeth makes a tone-deaf speech at a Jaguar factory, she and the monarchy come under public attack from an outspoken lordHarold Macmillanblue2
Vergangenheit4PremiersCrown1905-05-111958-01-011958-01-01This episode explores long-rumored Nazi sympathies on the part of the Duke of WindsorHarold Macmillanblue2
Matrimonium4PremiersCrown1905-05-121959-08-011960-05-01A letter from Peter Townsend spurs Margaret to make a bold proposal. Elizabeth has good news that causes complications for Margaret.Harold Macmillanblue2
Dear Mrs. Kennedy4PremiersCrown1905-05-141961-06-011963-11-01Inspired by Jackie Kennedy and against her government's wishes, Elizabeth takes an unconventional approach to resolving an issue with Ghana.Harold Macmillanblue2
Paterfamilias4PremiersCrown1905-05-151962-05-011962-05-01Philip insists that Prince Charles attend his alma mater in Scotland and reminisces about the life-changing difficulties he experienced there.1Harold Macmillanblue2
Mystery Man4PremiersCrown1905-05-161963-03-011963-05-01A salacious government scandal hits close to home for Elizabeth and Philip. Elizabeth retreats to Scotland for rest during a difficult pregnancyHarold Macmillanblue2
Margaretology6PremiersCrown1905-05-181965-11-011965-11-01It’s 1943 — a young Elizabeth is briefed about being the heir. Elizabeth is not confident in taking the crown and confides in Margaret about her nervousness. Margaret excitedly blurts how she will take the throne — “Margaret Rose wants to do it.” Elizabeth agrees that they should tell the family their actual intentions.Harold Wilsonbrown3
Aberfan6PremiersCrown1905-05-201966-10-011966-10-01A horrible disaster in the Welsh town of Aberfan leaves scores of children dead, but when the Queen takes a week to decide to visit the town to offer solace to its people, she must confront her reasons for postponing the trip.Harold Wilsonbrown3
Bubbikins6PremiersCrown1905-05-201967-04-011967-06-01Left without a home by a political coup in Athens, Philip's eccentric mother, Princess Alice of Greece, is invited to live in Buckingham Palace by the Queen.Harold Wilsonbrown3
Olding6PremiersCrown1905-05-171964-10-011965-02-01The episode opens up in 1964. To celebrate her “older” days, new Post Office materials are presented to her in a way to “reflect her age.” The Queen dismisses her old age as something that just happens.Harold Wilsonbrown3
Coup6PremiersCrown1905-05-201967-10-011967-11-01While the Queen travels abroad to learn about horse training, unhappiness among the British elite with the devaluation of the pound involves Lord Mountbatten in a plan to oust Harold Wilson.Harold Wilsonbrown3
Tywysog Cymru6PremiersCrown1905-05-221969-02-011969-10-01Prince Charles is sent to Aberystwyth to learn Welsh from an ardent nationalist in preparation for the ceremony for his investiture as Prince of Wales.Harold Wilsonbrown3
Moondust6PremiersCrown1905-05-221969-12-011969-12-01The 1969 moon landing occasions a mid-life crisis in Prince Philip, who thinks of the adventures he has missed as the Queen's consort.Harold Wilsonbrown3
Dangling Man6PremiersCrown1905-05-231970-06-011972-05-01Charles visits the exiled Duke of Windsor in his Paris chateau, only to find him very ill. But will the Queen make peace with her uncle before he dies?Harold Wilsonbrown3
Imbroglio7PremiersCrown1905-05-251972-07-011973-07-01While a government stalemate with mineworkers leads to nationwide power cuts, Charles's family intervenes in his deepening relationship with Camilla.Edward Heathbrown3
Cri de Coeur7PremiersCrown1905-05-261973-08-011977-06-01As her marriage falls apart, Princess Margaret finds solace in the arms of a much younger landscape gardener. The Queen and the nation celebrate Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee.Edward Heathbrown3
Gold Stick9PremiersCrown1905-06-011979-05-011979-09-01As Elizabeth welcomes Britain's first woman prime minister and Charles meets a young Diana Spencer, an IRA attack brings tragedy to the royal family.James Callaghangreen4
The Balmoral Test10PremiersCrown1905-06-021980-07-011980-08-01Margaret Thatcher visits Balmoral but has trouble fitting in with the royal family, while Charles finds himself torn between his heart and family duty.Margaret Thatchergreen4
Fairytale10PremiersCrown1905-06-031981-02-011981-07-01After Charles proposes, Diana moves into Buckingham Palace and finds her life filled with princess training, loneliness — and Camilla Parker Bowles.Margaret Thatchergreen4
Favourites10PremiersCrown1905-06-041982-01-011982-04-01While Margaret Thatcher struggles with the disappearance of her favourite child, Elizabeth reexamines her relationships with her four children.Margaret Thatchergreen4
Fagan10PremiersCrown1905-06-041982-04-011982-07-01As Thatcher's policies create rising unemployment, a desperate man breaks into the palace, where he finds Elizabeth's bedroom and awakens her for a talk.Margaret Thatchergreen4
Terra Nullius10PremiersCrown1905-06-051983-02-011983-04-01On a tour of Australia, Diana struggles to balance motherhood with her royal duties while both she and Charles cope with their marriage difficulties.Margaret Thatchergreen4
The Hereditary Principle10PremiersCrown1905-06-061984-01-011985-01-01Grappling with mental health issues, Margaret seeks help and discovers an appalling secret about estranged relatives of the royal family.Margaret Thatchergreen4
48:110PremiersCrown1905-06-071985-10-011986-07-01As many nations condemn apartheid in South Africa, tension mounts between Thatcher and Elizabeth over their clashing opinions on applying sanctions.Margaret Thatchergreen4
Avalanche10PremiersCrown1905-06-101988-03-011988-08-01Charles is caught in a deadly avalanche, prompting both him and Diana to reevaluate their commitment to their troubled marriage.Margaret Thatchergreen4
War10PremiersCrown1905-06-121990-11-011990-12-01Amid a growing challenge to her power, Thatcher fights for her position. Charles grows more determined to separate from Diana as their marriage unravels.Margaret Thatchergreen4