“It is not an obligation; it is a courtesy” for the Queen to meet with her Prime Minister once a week, every Tuesday evening. The parade begins in Peter Morgan's The Audience with the totally unrecognizable Dylan Baker as the weepy John Major, through the immediately identifiable Winston Churchill of Dakin Matthews, and it lingers with the Queen’s obvious favorite, Harold Wilson, as played by Richard McCabe. What is it about the hearty, openly opinionated Wilson that causes the regal Elizabeth II to give him the lion’s share of her time?
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