When Diana Met
On each episode of The Prince Mixtape, we’ll meet people who knew Prince, worked with him, or simply loved him from afar. Host Nichole Perkins will dig deep into key moments of his life, like when his sexually liberated lyrics gave birth to the Parental Advisory Sticker, when he fought to own his masters, and when he rocked that infamous, delicious booty cut-out pantsuit. The first season of this series explored the unforgettable life of Princess Diana. On season two, just like a treasured mixtape from your favorite crush, the series is a reflection of all the care and pa...
Keelin • Mentally? A Magpie. • Jan 23, 2022
"The first few episodes she (Aminatou) is talking with various Black women from across the world about what Diana meant to their communities and families. This was honestly my favorite part of this six episode series. It was educational, and overall I felt like it was an observation of the power of connection and kindness for a global community - not just on a personal level but on a higher level of symbol and representation. Diana was far more than The Princess of Wales and Future Queen of England to a lot of people. Looking at that in particular, I feel, is missed in these conversations about this woman who no longer has a voice of her own. It’s taken me a moment to write this review because I do love this podcast. It is well produced, written, and is a consumable length. The first few episodes felt fresh, and important for a dynamic legacy- and I think this podcast could have done more had it been given the opportunity."
George Fenwick • Stuff NZ • Nov 28, 2021
"...offers insight into how misunderstood Princess was...structures its episodes around key meetings Diana had with various public figures, politicians, dignitaries and celebrities, to offer an insight into how she was perceived and misunderstood during her time as the Princess of Wales. …"
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