Charles Edwards and Jonathan Hyde
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The King's Speech play 'more edgy'

The King's Speech, which won the Best Original Screenplay Oscar at the 2011 Academy Awards, is being performed in its original stage version for the first time.

Starring Charles Edwards and Jonathan Hyde, the play charts the relationship between King George VI and his speech therapist, Lionel Logue.

Writer David Seidler and director Adrian Noble joined BBC Breakfast to discuss the new production.

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