FRONTLINE presents a report on  the media frenzy which engulfed Princess Diana in her final years and the complicated relationship between Diana and the press

[an error occurred while processing this directive] Support thought-provoking independent journalism like FRONTLINE by making a pledge to your local PBS station today.

join the discussion .  pictures .  bbc interview .  interviews .  readings .  morton book controversy .  press & the royal family .  press reaction .  tapes & transcripts

web site copyright 1995-2014 WGBH educational foundation

The Princess and the Press

The day Princess Diana died in Paris, her brother, Earl Spencer, blamed the media for her death. FRONTLINE examines how the Royal Family's relationship with the British press, once governed by unwritten rules of privacy, evolved into the media circus that surrounded Princess Diana in her final years.

published nov. 1997

SUPPORT PROVIDED BY

FRONTLINE on

ShopPBS