Ghislaine Maxwell, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile: when is Ranvir Singh documentary on ITV and how to watch?

Ranvir Singh speaks to survivors of Maxwell and Epstein’s abuse as part of this documentary.

ITV will air a new documentary about Ghislaine Maxwell, Prince Andrew, and Jeffrey Epstein on Tuesday 18 January.

Presented by journalist Ranvir Singh, the documentary aims to uncover details about Maxwell and Epstein’s lives, as well as Prince Andrew’s involvement also.

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Here is everything you need to know about Ghislaine Maxwell, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile.

What is it about?

The official synopsis reads “Ranvir Singh unravels the story of how an entitled daughter of a billionaire sank into shame and disgrace through her friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Ranvir also explores how Prince Andrew, the Queen’s second son, is now embroiled in the scandal as he faces his own possible civil court case brought by Virginia Giuffre.”

“Ranvir explores Maxwell and Epstein’s extensive network of rich, powerful and famous friends, speaking with some of those in their ‘Little Black Book’ of contacts and examining evidence from the trial including flight logs from Epstein’s private planes listing famous passengers.”

“Ranvir speaks to survivors who tell her Maxwell was equally to blame for using her influence as a woman to persuade them into Epstein’s web of abuse.”

When is it on and how can I watch it?

The single-part documentary airs on ITV on Tuesday 18 January at 9pm.

It will also be available to watch on ITV Hub.

Who is presenting it?

Ranvir Singh is presenting this documentary. Singh is the Political Editor of Good Morning Britain.

Is Prince Andrew going to go to trial?

Yes. Judge Lewis A Kaplan has ruled that Virginia Giuffre, who has accused the royal of assault, will be allowed to bring a civil case against Andrew.

Who is Ghislaine Maxwell?

Ghislaine Maxwell was Jeffrey Epstein’s partner and a close friend of Prince Andrew. She was recently found guilty of trafficking, and is currently facing another trial for perjury.

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