Was Princess Diana duped by the BBC?

Was Princess Diana duped by the BBC?
Jehan Casinader
As an aspiring young journalist, there was a handful of landmark interviews that I watched over and over.I studied David Frost’s lengthy interrogation of President Richard Nixon, recorded in 1977. There was Oprah Winfrey’s revealing chat with Michael Jackson, broadcast live from Neverland Ranch in 1993, which remains the most-watched TV interview in history.And, of course, there was Martin Bashir’s bombshell conversation with Princess Diana. The BBC’s 1995 interview, conducted under a cloak of darkness, sent a...

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