Everyone remembers Princess Diana in their own way, but how has British television been marking the anniversary of her death? It seems that every network has its own spin on the Diana legend. CBS 'This Morning' Co-Anchor Mark McEwen reports.
In recent weeks, the "Diana" tributes on British television have raged from the sublime to the ridiculous.
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On Britain's Channel 5, Monday night was to be Diana Night.
"It's a tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales," an announcer says. "We have three loyal fans standing by. Contestant Number One, please tell us your name."
The real contest appears to be between the networks who are competing to show British viewers every side of Princess Diana - from the caring humanitarian who fought land mines to The Unseen Diana, captured on home video.
However, not all the British specials are positive.
One raises the question of whether Diana's involvement in the land mines issue did more harm than good. Another contends that the mourning after her death was more manufactured than genuine.
But any nation that has the imagination to set Diana's entire life to the pop music of her era can't be all bad.
Britain isn't the only nation offering specials devoted to Princess Diana. The United States also has shown a fascination with the late princess. In conjunction with CBS.com, CBS's 48 Hours will air an update on the investigation of Diana's accident Monday at 10:00 p.m. EDT.