Although low-key, the BBC has taken a drastic decision on the controversial podcast. The latter has been postponed indefinitely. Which is probably akin to a cancellation. The move was made by the channel after the TV series received more than 900 complaints. Note that this podcast was to follow the infamous documentary The Princes and the Press.
Unfortunately, there is very little chance that this podcast will ever see the light of day. The point is, many viewers complained that he was disrespectful to the Royal Family. Reason why the BBC did not make an outcry when making this radical decision. Also remember that BBC Two’s 2-part documentary aired allegations against the Cambridges. The show presented by Amol Rajan claimed that Prince William’s staff had briefed against the Sussexes. Which has been heavily criticized by The Royal Households as “unfounded claims”. Now a part of ancient history, the podcast was expected to include even more controversial elements.
The royals have already taken action against the BBC
The documentary The Princes and The Press has been talked about a lot and not only well. This is all the more true at the level of the royal family which was refused the right of inspection before its diffusion. This has greatly heated the temperature to the point that the royal family decides to take certain measures with regard to the BBC. Indeed, a threat to boycott the BBC has been put forward.
Moreover, Kate and William have already taken the lead against the BBC. Indeed, on November 23, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge banned the BBC from broadcasting their concert of Christmas carols at Westminster Abbey. A situation all the more exacerbated by the fact that the presenter, Amol Rajan, is in no way a fan of the royal family. Indeed, He has openly attacked the latter on several occasions in the past.