Clive Myrie on a mission to heal the Royal Family’s rift with the BBC with a new documentary

To exclude, to expel:

BBC reporter Clive Myrie has been chosen to present a new documentary on the history of crown jewels as he is on a mission to mend the relationship between the Royal Family and the BBC.

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Clive Myrie will lead the mission to repair the fractured relationship between the BBC and the Royal Family.

The messenger, who had covered Beeb from war-torn Ukraine, was chosen to lead the documentary about the history of the jewels in the crown.

Buckingham Palace was furious with the BBC after the full range of fraudulent methods used by Martin Bashir to secure his 1995 interview with Princess Diana were revealed in a Lord Dyson report.

Last week, the company paid “substantial damages” to her former private secretary Patrick Jephson, who Bashir alleges sold information about Diana and made payments through the bank.

Clive has been chosen to shoot a documentary about the history of the jewels in the crown



It is now accepted that the reporter forged bank statements to back up his story.

Prince William said his mother was “failed not only by a rogue reporter, but also by leaders at the BBC who looked the other way”.

He is also said to be furious that a recent BBC2 documentary showing some of the negative press surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan was revealed by his own royal family.

Clive is a reporter for BBC



Clive is on a mission to repair the Royal family’s fractured relationship with the BBC


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Myrie’s hour-long documentary, produced by independent company Atlantic Productions, is a key part of the Queen’s plans to mark the Queen’s platinum anniversary.

An insider said: “Clive has not been involved in any recent controversies and is seen as a very safe duel. They are hoping it will help draw a boundary below what happened before. “

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