Most widely held works by Emma Sayce
Diana life through a lens ( Visual )
2 editions published between 2002 and 2007 in English and held by 69 libraries worldwide
The most photographed woman in the world, Diana, Princess of Wales was a unique media phenomenon. But how was the phenomenon created and who created it? Princess, Palace, media, or public?
The Princess Diana collection ( Visual )
2 editions published in 2007 in Undetermined and English and held by 33 libraries worldwide
The 1st work provides an intimate portrait of the late Princess of Wales during her 1st year out of the public eye. Contains footage of the Princess and full interviews with Andrew Morton and Richard Kay. The 2nd work reveals former Royal butler Paul Burrell's thoughts and feelings before the Old Bailey court case, where he was accused of stealing Princess Diana's posssessions, and his thoughts after the trial is halted when new evidence is provided by Her Majesty The Queen. The 3rd work examines the media phenomenon surrounding Princess Diana, the most photographed woman in the world. It provides insight, through the eyes of Jayne Fincher who photographed Diana for 17 years, into the workings of the press corps that followed Diana wherever she went, into the relationship between the Princess and the press, and into how the public perception of Diana was formed.
Crash science ( Visual )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Aeronautics--Safety measures Aircraft accidents--Investigation Airplanes--Design and construction Automobiles--Design and construction Automobiles--Safety measures Biography Burrell, Paul,--1958- Celebrities Diana,--Princess of Wales,--1961-1997 Documentary films Great Britain High speed trains--Design and construction High speed trains--Safety measures Mass media Photojournalism Princesses Railroad accidents--Investigation Railroads--Safety measures Traffic accident investigation