LIVE Should British TV show the last pictures of Diana alive?
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Today we'll be talking about the decision by a TV channel in Britain to show the last photographs of Princess Diana alive. The photos were taken in Paris at the scene of the car crash that killed Diana in 97. One photo, in particular, has caused great controversy in Britain. It shows Diana receiving oxygen. They're part of a documentary on Princess Diana's death. The British broadcaster behind the programme -- Channel 4 -- say the pictures are relevant to the programme and are being shown in the public interest.
Nigel Kendall, deputy editor of The Knowledge, will be in the studio. We'll also hear from Ken Wharfe, a former bodyguard of Princess Diana.
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