Thursday, 8.30pm, LifeStyle After William and Marianne Claridge turned six buildings in Brook Street, Mayfair, into a hotel in 1856, Claridge’s became the place to meet. Victoria and Albert regularly dropped by for tea and after World War II it served as a home for the exiled kings of Norway, Greece and Yugoslavia. Grand hotels are a wonderful place to observe the human race and its idiosyncrasies. Better still if you can afford to stay in one. Here, in episode two of the series that took a year to film, the Crown Prince of Yugoslavia returns to the suite where he was born 68 years before. Joan Collins and Stephen Fry share their love for the hotel, and Gerry Parker explains why he has had breakfast at Claridge’s every day for 40 years.