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Subject: So. Studies/Sciences: Geography/Cultures

The Biographies Series: World Studies

5 of 51 programs from The Biographies Series, which offer in-depth and personal studies of celebrated people in World Studies. Other focus areas in the series include: History; Literature; Performing Arts; Click for more

Diana, Princess of Wales: Everlasting

Diana, Princess of Wales: Everlasting

Diana, Princess of Wales, was so much more than just a member of the British royal family. Through her charity work, she gave hope to the homeless, care to the sick and those injured by landmines, and a loving touch to AIDS sufferers. Her legacy lives on in her two sons, William and Harry, who have continued in their mother's footsteps, helping the charities closest to her heart. Her positive influence can be seen in the boys as they grow into men, becoming confident, responsible and respected in their chosen field - the military. William has inherited his mother's down-to-earth manner, as well as her charisma. Harry, on the other hand, has courted controversy in the years since his mother's death, but his partying ways haven't stopped the younger prince from continuing his mother's legacy, or pursuing his ambition of a military career. Whatever the future for Diana's boys, it's obvious that she's left behind two strong, confident personalities who are individuals in their own right. Just as we're sure "the People's Princess" would have wanted. Produced by Switch International. 2013 JSCA 60 min.





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