Investigating the famous Diana (Diana) interview with Grand Slam reporter Martin Bashir (Martin Bashir), criticizing the BBC
In an investigation into how the BBC secured an interview with British Princess Diana in 1995, she disclosed the intimate details of the marriage failure and concluded on Thursday that the actions of the reporter involved were deceit. Sexual.
The BBC launched an investigation in November, led by former High Court Judge John Dyson, after Diana’s brother Charles Spencer accused of using forged documents and “other deceptions.” “Tempt him to introduce Diana to the journalist Martin Bashir.
Dyson’s report found that Bashir, a little-known reporter at the time, showed Spencer a false bank statement and tricked him into arranging a meeting with Diana.
The report said: “Mr. Bashir’s actions were improper and seriously violated the 1993 version of the “Producers’ Guide.”
He also concluded that the BBC did not meet “high standards of integrity and transparency” in responding to allegations of impropriety.
In an explosive interview, Diana accepted an extramarital affair and shared the details of her marriage to the heir to the throne Charles (Charles Prince), which shocked the entire United Kingdom, which was watched by 20 million viewers.
This is the lowest point of the royal family. This is the first time that Diana (Diana) died in a car accident in Paris in 1997. She publicly commented on her doomed marriage.
Bashir is no longer with the BBC
In her words: “There are three of us in this marriage, so it’s a bit crowded.” This is a reference to Charles’ rekindling of his relationship with his current second wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, and is particularly harmful to the Windsor couple.
Last week, the BBC announced that, due to poor health, Bashir would leave his current position to serve as the religious affairs editor for a publicly funded broadcaster.
Bashir apologized, but said he did not believe that false statements prompted Diana to be interviewed.
Spencer said that Bashir persuaded Diana (Diana) to be troubled by the security services and persuaded two senior assistants to provide information about her, thus persuading Bashir to allow his sister to agree to the interview.
Diana’s two sons, William Prince and Harry Prince, both welcomed the investigation because it was an opportunity to learn the truth about what happened.
BBC Director-General Tim Davie said in a statement: “Although the BBC cannot turn the clock 25 years from now, we can make a full and unconditional apology. The BBC (BBC) offered this apology today.”