On the morning after the much-awaited broadcast of an intimate 2½-hour documentary on Prince Charles, in which he bared his soul and revealed his philandering to an estimated audience of 15 million Britons, London’s daily papers filled their front pages with photos of—Diana.By BRUCE WALLACE9 min
"Divorce is a traumatic situation,” says Rob Brown of Action Time Television in Manchester, England, with the barest hint of a sympathetic tone. “But our game might take some of the sting out.” If you win, that is. Action Time’s solution to postmarital trauma is to bring divorcing partners out of the courtroom and onto a television sound stage to let them play off for the family assets.
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