Diana Spencer, the Princess of Wales, tragically died 25 years ago. Her passing shook the world, and is still full of questions and conspiracy theories.
A quarter of a century after that dramatic accident, his figure is still present in the memory of many. For something her life continues to be addressed in series like The Crownbiopics like Diana (2013) and spencer (2022) and brand new documentaries like princessAlso this year.
And that’s why starting this weekend and until Wednesday 31 -the day he died-, cable TV and the streaming they present special programs, fictions and other documentaries that commemorate the life of Lady Di and delve into the investigation of the fact.
Diana died in the early hours of August 31, 1997 from injuries sustained in an accident accident occurred in the Alma tunnel, in Paris (France). His partner at the time, Dodi Al Fayedand the driver of the vehicle, Henri Paul, died instantly.
Diana at 25, a portrait that this weekend will be replicated in several specials. AP Photo
The first wife of Prince Charles was only 36 years old, and his departure caused a seldom-seen commotion not just in the UK, but around the world. It is estimated that his funeral had a television audience of more than 2.5 billion people.
The docuseries that focuses on the accident
For the first time, some people directly involved tell their version of what the fatal car accident in the four part series Behind Diana’s deathwhich can be seen this Saturday, August 27, at 10 p.m., on Discovery.
Was she really being chased by paparazzi on a motorcycle, causing the car to crash into the tunnel pillars at high speed? Was the driver, who was not a professional driver, drunk? EITHER it was something completely different and Lady Di was deliberately killed?
Those are some of the questions that the docuseries asks itself and that the French detectives of the Criminal Brigade, who were on the scene, directed the investigation and talk about their findings, try to clear up. Also, some paparazzi who actually drove behind the car give their opinion on it.
The wedding of Lady Di and Prince Charles broke TV audience records.
Along with rarely seen images and analysis by journalists who have been following the case for decades, a very detailed picture is presented of one of the most tragic events of recent decades.
Docuseries and specials on DirecTV
For its part, DirecTV pays tribute to Diana Spencer with several documentaries and specials about his figurewhich will be broadcast on the OnDirecTV channels (201 & 1201 HD) and also on the platform streaming DirecTV Go.
Both Saturday and Sunday, from 13, the marathon starts with Diana in decadesa documentary series that presents a new approach to the life of Lady Di, showing how it came to personify the spirit of the times towards the end of the 20th century. Composed of three episodes, each one focuses on a different decade: the ’70s, the ’80s and the ’90s.
at 16 will arrive Diana: The interview that shocked the worldon the memorable interview that Spencer gave to the BBC on November 20, 1995 and that It came to be considered “the scoop of the century”. “There were three of us in my marriage, so it was a bit crowded,” was one of Diana’s shocking statements in that note.
One of the many popular tributes to those who knew how to shorten the distance between the monarchy and the common citizen. AP
The film looks at how the television event of the century was orchestrated, what the interview revealed about modern society, and new insights into the psychological portrait of Diana herself, a young woman who believed in the fairy tale of her marriage.
At the end it will be issued How Diana changed Britainat 5 p.m., which analyzes the ways in which Lady Di profoundly changed the royal family and the impact it had both in British territory and in the rest of the world.
Finally, at 6:00 p.m., OnDirecTV will put on the screen Diana: Her last summer, documentary that deals with the years before the death of the Princess of Wales, who left her royal life behind and emerged as a different person, confident and liberated.
Those final years of Spencer’s were crucial to her relationship with her children, but they were also marked by the growing media obsession with her, fueled by their enigmatic romantic relationships.
The shock of his death and his legacy
Hello TVthe channel of the emblematic Spanish magazine that deals with entertainment, and above all, with issues related to royalty, will screen two specials on Lady Di closer to the date of the anniversary of her disappearance.
On Tuesday 30, at 10:30 p.m., it will broadcast Diana, the day the world cried, a program that remembers the shock after the fatal accident of Diana of Wales. The days that followed and the reactions of the family, royalty and everyone.
In addition, the details of the preparation of the state funeral and everything that happened around one of the most shocking and saddest moments in the history of the Windsor royal family will be seen.
On Wednesday 31, also at 10:30 p.m., HolaTV will present Diana, our motherher life and legacy, a very personal special in which, for the first time, William and Harry speak very frankly about their mother, remembering their childhood with her and appreciating the great influence she still exerts on their lives.
Family album: Diana and her two children, who keep her legacy alive.
The princes of England reveal private photos of their childhood, remembering happy moments with Diana. Furthermore, it will be seen how Lady Di’s legacy continues through her childrenwho work on the humanitarian initiatives that inspired her through her foundations.
And on Wednesday the 31st, also, on OnDirecTV, the specials will be available, with family testimonies, Diana: A Mother’s Love (at 18) and Diana: Queen of Hearts (at 19).
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