It will be 10 years in August since Princess Diana died in a Paris car crash, and she looks set to take the ratings by storm in the summer as broadcasters worldwide prepare to mark the anniversary.The world’s most photographed woman in her lifetime, there is no denying Diana’s small-screen draw, even in death. Her funeral was watched by a global audience estimated at 2.5 billion. Now, the princess, the crash and her legacy are the subject of at least a half-dozen new projects, with no doubt a slew more being kept under wraps.It isn’t just fresh programming that will be getting the royal treatment. Anything from catalogs with Beyond the celebrations of Diana’s life, the crash that killed her is an inevitable focus of renewed attention. Despite a score of previous documentaries, at least two more factual programs will take a fresh look at the crash.ITN Factual is finishing filming a documentary for Channel 4. The producers declined comment, but a source said it will look at the role of the pursuing paparazzi, who initially were blamed for the crash but later exonerated. Several of the photographers involved will speak on camera. “It will look at the paparazzi’s side… Read full this story
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