Thanks for the link. I've just finished watching the first part and look forward to the rest.
One possible slight error, however. There was mention that Princess Margaret was with her father when he died. Accounts that I have read record that the King had died during the night and was found by his manservant in the morning. I suppose it is possible to reconcile these accounts. And, of course, it is a very personal matter, so there may be room for speculation. The official story is not necessarily the most accurate. The development of the adult relationship between the two sisters will be an interesting study.