"Pure Exploitation" - A Royal Biographer's View On Broadcasting Diana Tapes

30 July 2017, 11:37

"No Justification" For Broadcasting Diana Tapes

"No Justification" For Broadcasting Diana Tapes


There is “no justification” for broadcasting Diana private tapes. Royal biographer Penny Junor told LBC it’s “a money making exercise” and “voyeuristic”.

Penny Junor described a decision by Channel 4 to broadcast private video recordings of Diana, Princess of Wales, as “pure exploitation” and “immoral”.

In the recordings Diana discusses her failing marriage and her love affair with a royal protection officer has been condemned as “exploitative” and “hurtful”.

Penny Junor told Andrew they should stay “private” adding it will cause “enormous upset and for what?”

Andrew and Diana
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