“There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded".
On 20th November 1995 BBC Panorama broadcast the scoop of the century. A candid interview with Princess Diana in which she broke every protocol exposing traumas and scandal of life in the royal household.
25 years later, this film looks at how the broadcasting event of the century was orchestrated, what the interview revealed about modern society and new insights into the psychological portrait of Diana herself, a naïve young woman who believed in the fairy-tale of her marriage only to lose her sense of self in its realities.
Rogan Productions has an award-winning reputation delivering high-end documentaries that invite questions and lead to change.
1 x 67-minutes (1 x 59-minute version also available)
Annie Belasco, Richard Eyre, Ian Corcoran, Judi James, Jennie Bond, Richard Kay, Paul Burrell, Richard Fitzwilliams, Chris Blackhurst, Dickie Arbiter, Richard Ayre, Mark Saunders, Bidisha Mamata, Robert Jobson
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