The Princess & The Platypus Podcast highlights one incredibly special aspect of “The Princess Diana Museum” the exclusive personal interviews with many of the individuals and artists connected to the historical pieces that are on display in the museum. Each person tells a unique story in their own words; which in turn gives each piece displayed in the museum a new life and meaning that is forever preserved and truly magical to hear. Some of the individuals and artists who knew Princess Diana and who's historical artifacts are on display in the “The Princess Diana 3D Virtual Museum”: Richard Dalton - David Sassoon - Jacques Azagury - Caroline Charles - Roland Klein - Victor Edelstein - Mervyn Wycherley - John Minihan - John Swannell - Jeffrey Archer - Bill Mundy - Richard Young - Pegasus - Barbara Hamilton - Barry Iverson, Karen Santry and Jenni Revitt.Visit www.theprincessandtheplatypus.org for more information.
Libbi Gorr host of This Weekend Life on ABC Radio, Melbourne Australia interviews Renae Plant founder of The Princess Diana Museum.
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Renae Plant, Curator of the Princess Diana Museum and Founder of The Princess & The Platypus Foundation recalls what is was like the day she met Princess Diana for the very first time at the Yandina Ginger Factory in Queensland, Australia, on the 12th of April 1983 at the age of 12 on a "field trip" and how the "Platypus" that started this Non Profit Foundation in Diana's honor came about.
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