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New podcast about Princess Diana & Prince Harry

Perfectly timed to the engagement of the century, this week celebrity filmmaker and documentarian Andrew Jenks breaks down “What Really Happened?” with Princess Diana, as well as her feminism, her exceptional sons and her dedication to helping others from all walks of life in his podcast executive produced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Dany Garcia, together with Cadence13, the leading creator of premium, on-demand audio entertainment.

The episode goes live today and you can listen here.

More information below. Teaser video here https://www.dropbox.com/s/9lmrdx5ie639s83/diana3.mov?dl=0

About “What Really Happened”
In the new podcast series, Jenks applies the extensive research skills he’s honed as a documentary filmmaker to better understand, dispute and tell the deeper story behind six real-life narratives from modern history. Executive produced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Dany Garcia, this podcast challenges accepted narratives around key events involving legendary figures. With the premise that the “official story” is a rough draft of the truth, Jenks digs into the gaps between perception and reality, examining motives as well as new facts, offering up an unvarnished, intimate perspective that makes these stories outstandingly compelling. The initial six real-life, epic dramas include Muhammad Ali, Chris Christie, Britney Spears, Michael Jordan, Winston Churchill and Princess Diana.

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