I would like to point out to those who might be interested that Prince Joachim's documentary series is available for viewing outside of Denmark on dr.dk.
The latest (4th) installment might be of interest to English speakers as the prince visits the last resting place of King Canute at Winchester Cathedral and his conversation there is in English.
My knowledge of Danish history was gained from my father. Even though he took us to various historical sights, I learned a few new things from this series. Danish viewers would probably not find it as interesting. Judging from the reviews in the Danish papers, it seems that the greatest interest was in the programme on "Education" when Prince Joachim obliquely referred to his own situation of having his destiny chosen for him rather than having done it himself, i.e. running the Schackenborg estate. He also indicated that he wishes his children to choose for themselves which is perhaps a reflection on Prince Nikolai having chosen the military to please his father only to find that he was in the wrong slot. The prince comes across as very relaxed and down-to-earth & even saying to the school children "Hi, my name is Joachim". Quite different to his reaction when he was recently ambushed with questions by reporters at an official dinner in Paris.
I don't have good internet connection right now & can't give the link but you will find it on dr.dk.