I'd never seen this before. It's the Other Hitchens' programme Diana - The Mourning After, about that terrible week in British history in which tawdry, mob-/media-simulated grief shook the nation and a song about a rose-candle, rain-sodden and blown in the wind whilst striding over the hills became a one-hit-wonder. As Mr Hitchens rightly says: "the dignity that was lost that week can never be regained." This programme is well worth watching, particularly the analysis of Mr Spencer's risible eulogy in Westminster Abbey.
Where was I when I heard the ghastly news? I think I'd come home from school and I was annoyed to find that CITV weren't broadcasting the cartoons I was used to watching, and I was instead subjected to the endless teddy bears, and a sea of cut flowers in honour of a woman I didn't much care for in life. And do you know, now that I think about it, probably the main reason I dislike William and Henry is their mother. Isn't that terrible?