ShowBiz Minute: McNally, Prince Charles, 'Wonder Woman'
Terrence McNally, one of America's great playwrights, has died of complications from the coronavirus. He was 81; Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, has tested positive for the coronavirus; "Wonder Woman 1984" release date delayed due to the coronavirus. (March 25)
National Memorial Day Concert aired from Los Angeles; Morgan Wallen apologizes after arrest; Prince Charles voices support for arts during a radio interview. (May 25) The Prince of Wales has told Sky News that he knows he was 'lucky' and 'got away with it quite lightly' when he caught coronavirus.
Prince Charles also said the experience had made him even more determined to 'push and shout and prod' to make sure nature is at the centre of the post-COVID recovery. The Prince of Wales speaks exclusively to Sky News about missing his family and the impact of coronavirus on society. In this exclusive full-length interview, Sky News' Rhiannon Mills speaks to the Prince of Wales about the global impact of COVID-19 and how the world can change for the better after.