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Celebrities on privacy and the press

Celebrities talk to Panorama about their impressions of the paparazzi, press intrusion and privacy rights.

British acting legend Barbara Windsor tells Panorama that celebrities do not get to pick and choose when they fancy media attention.

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Barbara Windsor on the paparazzi

Embattled Babyshambles singer Pete Doherty tells Panorama his thoughts on the behaviour of the paparazzi, the celebrities who court the limelight and what he believes constitutes an invasion of privacy.

Pete Doherty

Panorama: Pete Doherty's take on paparazzi

Mariella Frostrup discusses her relationship with the press and celebrities' desire for attention.

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Mariella Frostrup

Panorama: The Death of Kiss and Tell, Monday, 15 June, BBC One at 8.30pm.



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