A sample of media appearances, showreels and more.
ITV Daybreak (November 2013)
Are Christmas cards a thing of the past?
BBC Breakfast (October 2013)
Is the internet making us ruder?
BBC Breakfast (September 2013)
Fines for spitting in public:
BBC Look North (September 2013)
Mobiles phones at till-points:
ITV The Alan Titchmarsh Show (September 2013)
Is chivalry dead? debate:
ITV This Morning (July 2013)
Flashing too much flesh:
ITV Let's Do Lunch with Gino & Mel (July 2013)
Channel 5 News (July 2013)
Sky News (July 2013)
Noun, Al Jazeera (June 2013)
William talks to Al Jazeera's flagship children's programme about teaching manners to children. (Language: Arabic.)
BBC Breakfast (December 2012)
Do thank you letters still matter?
BBC News (December 2012)
Should manners be taught in schools?
ITV Let's Do Christmas with Gino & Mel (December 2012)
William gives Gino & Mel a lesson in festive party etiquette.
The Alan Titchmarsh Show (November 2012)
Talking about the role and importance of America's First Ladies.
The Alan Titchmarsh Show (October 2012)
A lively discussion about tattoos.
TV Showreel (October 2012)
BBC Breakfast (September 2012)
William talks about a new survey that suggests couples that share the housework are MORE likely (!) to separate!
ITV Let's Do Lunch with Gino & Mel (August 2012)
William gives Gino & Mel a lesson in Royal dining.
ITV This Morning (July 2012)
Should women over the age of 50 still wear bikinis? William says no!
ITV Let's Do Lunch with Gino & Mel (July 2012)
A lesson for Gino & Mel in afternoon tea etiquette.
ITV News (June 2012)
Are Cheltenham Ladies' College right to enforce strict uniform dress codes?
BBC Breakfast (June 2012)
The etiquette and art of queuing.
BBC Breakfast (April 2012)
William discusses mobile phones after one coffee shop refused to serve customers who were using their devices at the counter.
BBC Breakfast (November 2011)
The lost art of saying thank you.
BBC3's Russell Howard's Good News (April 2011)
Watch William (try to) give comedian Russell Howard a lesson in princely behaviour.