Lord Hall, the former director-general of the British Broadcasting Corporation, resigned from the National Gallery due to controversy caused by British television’s acquisition of Princess Diana’s interview method.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS). Lord Hall, the former director-general of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), resigned as president of the National Gallery, which is considered to be the most important museum in London because the British television station adopted the method of obtaining princess interviews. The method caused controversy. Diana from Wales in 1995.
Lord Hall Hall was the BBC News Director in an interview, and Martin Bashir deceived the news for the “Panorama” project. Hall himself conducted an internal investigation of what happened in 1996. When Bashir was rehired to do TV in 2016, Hall was the chief executive officer of the BBC.
Lord Hall issued a statement explaining that his re-election at the National Gallery would be “distracted.” He said: “I regret what happened 25 years ago. I firmly believe that the director means taking responsibility.”
The director of the National Gallery, Gabriele Finaldi, thanked Lord Hall for his hard work, and the vice chairman of the board of directors of the museum, John Kingman, deeply regretted the loss of the museum.
The British public broadcaster commissioned John Dyson to conduct an internal investigation of the interview, and subsequently attracted nearly 23 million viewers. Diana talked about her husband Charles (Charles Prince)’s attack on the card in public. The infidelity of Camilla Parker.
The conclusion of this investigation became known on Thursday, and it supports the Spencer family’s allegations. The Spencer family has always insisted that reporter Martin Bashir used false documents to contact them in order to seek their trust.
Among the forged documents will be an account statement that allegedly shows that someone was paid to monitor Diana. This false document led Charles Spencer to introduce his sister to reporters.