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Private Lives   

Information
Series 1: 6x60 | HD | 2018
Production Company
Like a Shot Entertainment
Primary Broadcaster
UKTV

In this ‘Private Lives’ strand, we’ve turned our attention not only to some very interesting royal figures but also to a number of the most powerful and controversial figures in world history. Some changed the course of history forever while others became notorious stains on its pages. Others still gave their names to entire eras. But, as we saw in Private Lives of the Tudors and Private Lives of Monarchs, it doesn’t matter how powerful or how influential they were – they all had the same human foibles as the rest of us; and in their way those parts of their lives were every bit as fascinating. Tracy Borman travels, meets, explores and investigates all in an attempt to discover the people behind the personality.

Al Capone

Dr Tracy Borman heads to Chicago to discover how Al Capone rose to infamy, from club bouncer to the most notorious gangster in history. She uncovers the two sides to his personality as the man who ordered deaths on a whim doted on his family. And reveals how his carefully curated public image gave birth to a legend.

Hitler

Dr Tracy Borman travels to Germany to uncover Adolf Hitler’s abusive childhood and artistic aspirations. She reveals how he was shaped by the First World War and uncovers his relationships with much younger women, including his own niece, discovering how the personal motivations that came from his private life unleashed so much destruction.

Princess Margaret

Before Princess Diana took Royal-watching to a new level, it was Princess Margaret, the Queen’s sister, who was the focus for the paparazzi the world over. Let’s not be coy, it isn’t hard to see why. She was drop-dead gorgeous, impossible glamorous and, outwardly at least, everything a Princess should be. Let’s not be coy, it isn’t hard to see why. She was drop-dead gorgeous, impossible glamorous and, outwardly at least, everything a Princess should be.