If you've ever spent time with the English media, you'll know that they like to survey the Empire about almost anything. With QEII's Diamond Jubilee this year, there have already been plenty of polls on matters that have occurred during Her Majesty's sixty years on the throne.
The latest was conducted by HMV. They asked "What is the best album and the best film produced by Britons since Lizzie ascended to the throne in 1952?" The winners were something of a surprise--although when you ask a question like this, you know people are going to take the piss with their answers.
Best album? Iron Maiden's 1982 album, The Number of the Beast, which attracted a total of 55,000 votes. Even though it has sold 14 million albums worldwide, I somehow doubt that "Run to the Hills" is on the Royal iPod.
Best film? Trainspotting. Again, I'm skeptical as to whether Her Majesty has ever seen the infamous Worst Toilet in Scotland sequence.