"Mr Rajan began working on his programme before the Covid-19 pandemic and had carried out interviews with journalists who regularly report on the Royal Family.
Questions they were asked included whether they become ‘too close’ to the royals, whether the relationship between the Press and the royals is ‘sycophantic’ and how stories about the Royal Family are presented or ‘spun’."
There's the bias of a republican to set the tone of the "documentary". Actually, it's not a doc., it's a *****fest by a journalist who wants his claim to fame. Freedom of the press does include the right of parties featured to respond to claims /allegations.
The irony is, if the tabloids hadn't published the story and the Royals hadn't protested, the show probably wouldn't have attracted much of an audience. The other irony is this doc. on top of the Bashir interview scandal.
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