In the Swinging Sixties, Lord Snowdon and Princess Margaret were by far the most glamorous and modern members of the royal family. Tony Snowdon was a flamboyant, charismatic and talented photographer and the Queen's beautiful sister was one of the most eligible women in the world. Their volatile marriage ended in scandal and divorce in 1978, the first in the royal family in more than 400 years.
From the producers of Blitz Street comes a new series which chronicles the final years of the Allied campaign during WWII, using a combination of first-person testimony, archive footage and innovative cinematic techniques to tell the story of an iconic battle.
With unprecedented access to thousands of top secret 3D spy photographs, compelling story telling, state of the art graphics and dramatic reconstruction, Last Heroes of D-Day brings one day in June, into sharp relief for a new generation.
This little known story of a married Australian heiress whom Prince Charles loved and allegedly abandoned, has curious echoes of the Charles and Diana story. In the 1970s, Lady Dale 'Kanga' Tryon had an intense and passionate relationship with the Prince of Wales and was a serious rival to Camilla Parker Bowles. Her life ended tragically early when aged 49, she died in mysterious circumstances.