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  • The full Matt Lauer interview with Princes William and Harry for anyone who missed it.

  • 12.2 million viewers tuned in for last night’s Dateline interview.
  • Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, suffered a vertigo attack over the weekend as she stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. She and the Royal Family were watching the Trooping the Colour parade to mark the Queen’s official birthday.
  • Could Princess Diana have survived if she’d just gotten to the hospital more quickly after the crash?(Daily Express)
  • Had she not cancelled at the last minute, actress Kim Cattrall could have been on the Pan Am flight that terrorists blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland in 1988.(Contact Music)
  • Jude Law is seen out-and-about with a mysterious woman of many piercings. Just Jared has the photos.
  • More photos of Billie Piper in Belle du Jour.(Daily Mail)
  • Noel Gallagher can’t decide between Genghis and Gandhi as names for his unborn child.(The Sun)
  • Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce will host a screening of the documentary, Inside the Smiths. (NME)
  • The Glastonbury music festival looks set to be a muddy mess.(BBC)
  • YouTube will launch a UK-specific version of its popular video site.(BBC)
  • Peter Bennett-Jones, head of Tiger Aspect (the production company behind Robin Hood), fears the YouTube generation will lead to lower quality programming. “There is so much trash out there and such a danger of a dilution of standards. User-generated content is 99.9% rubbish and there is a danger of the amateur taking over.”(The Stage)
  • Bennett-Jones also hits out at the recent BBC impartiality report, which claimed Bennett-Jones’ show, The Vicar of Dibley, violated BBC editorial guidelines. “I am very puzzled why this report has focused so unduly on The Vicar of Dibley when it didn’t generate one single complaint from 12 million viewers.”(Guardian – reg. may be required)
  • UK tennis vet Tim Henman has finally ended a four-month losing streak.(Guardian)
  • Amy Winehouse and Paolo Nutini will team up for a short North American tour in September, starting at New York’s Central Park SummerStage.(Billboard)
  • Winehouse snagged two MOJO awards.(The Sun)
  • Opera singer Paul Potts says he’ll use his Britain’s Got Talent winnings to finally raise a family.(Mirror)
  • Potts also says he may not quit his job as a phone salesman just yet.
    (The Times)
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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.