Author Stewart Pearce talks new Princess Diana book

Stewart Pearce’s book was “Diana: The Voice of Change.” Princess Di’s confidante and friend, his “Diana, Wish You Were Here” comes momentarily.
Pearce, “Master of Voice” coach of Eddie Redmayne and Hugh Bonneville to pols Margaret Thatcher and Benazir Bhutto, says: “The last years of Diana’s life, moving into independence, watching herself on PBS’s famous interview, this svelte woman of the world became discouraged at her appearance. She loved Charles and suddenly required grounding. Liberation. To stand tall. And a friend introduced us.
“Diana felt many fears.

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Author Stewart Pearce talks new Princess Diana book

Stewart Pearce’s book was “Diana: The Voice of Change.” Princess Di’s confidante and friend, his “Diana, Wish You Were Here” comes momentarily.
Pearce, “Master of Voice” coach of Eddie Redmayne and Hugh Bonneville to pols Margaret Thatcher and Benazir Bhutto, says: “The last years of Diana’s life, moving into independence, watching herself on PBS’s famous interview, this svelte woman of the world became discouraged at her appearance. She loved Charles and suddenly required grounding. Liberation. To stand tall. And a friend introduced us.
“Diana felt many fears.

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How Pakistani Spy Officials Blocked Justice for Daniel Pearl

By Jeff Stein
Of all the open sores in the long, painful relationship between the United States and Pakistan, the dragged-out case of Daniel Pearl’s murder hurts the worst.
Just over 20 years have passed since Pearl, an affable and gifted correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, went missing in Karachi. About a month after his disappearance on Jan. 23, 2001, his killers posted a grisly video of his beheading.

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I gave Diana her voice, coach Stewart Pearce tells JAN MOIR

I gave Diana her voice and made Margaret Thatcher sound like a leader, coach Stewart Pearce tells JAN MOIR after helping countless stars with public speaking
By Jan Moir for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:52 EST, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 17:52 EST, 22 January 2021

His most famous client was Diana, Princess of Wales. In his books and promotional materials, Mr Pearce claims to have been her Voice & Presence Coach from late 1995 until her death in 1997

Author Stewart Pearce lives in a small jewel box of a flat right on Sloane Square in Central London.

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AMANDA PLATELL: BBC’s navel-gazing agenda is why it’s losing greats like Woman’s Hours Jenni Murray 

AMANDA PLATELL: BBC’s navel-gazing, metropolitan agenda is why it’s losing greats like Woman’s Hours Jenni Murray
By Amanda Platell for The Daily Mail
Published: 20:08 EDT, 24 July 2020 | Updated: 20:12 EDT, 24 July 2020

For me, the clocks will all stop at 10am on October 1 when Jenni Murray presents her last Woman’s Hour.
The woman with an iron wit in a velvet voice is giving up her beloved job after 33 years to write more books, present new radio shows and enjoy her 70s with her husband John and their two sons.
I wish Jenni well.

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