Diana: Who Do You Think She Was? is a truly innovative exploration of the Princess of Wales' extraordinary heritage over thousands of years, which asks the question: Was Diana actually more royal than the Royals?
Very few of us will ever get as close to the Royal family as a handful of Royal retainers who form the vital 'inner circle'. From bodyguards to butlers and press officers to dressers, these are the select few who have achieved the rare status of confidante.
Marie Antoinette was little more than a victim of circumstance. Married off to the dauphin at 14 and deserted by her friends she nevertheless displayed remarkable courage in the lead up to her untimely death in 1793.
King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan have an ambitious vision to reform the Arab State and bridge the gap between tradition and modernisation.
Can it work in the land squeezed between Israel, Iraq and the West Bank?