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The inhabitants of the post-life were pleased when TV was invented: it gave them something to watch. But digital TV has opened up even more opportunities - now they can make their own programmes and The Jenny Wilson Show is the first.

In life Katherine Parr could only pray and hope she made the right decision to become Henry VIII's sixth wife. In the post-life she can appear on a TV show and find out what her five predecessors really thought and whether they would make the same choices given their time again.

For presenter Alice Frobisher, relatively newly arrived in the post-life, dealing with the show's guests is only part of the story. The producer and the director are constantly arguing, negative emotions (which are supposedly banned) are flying around - often in colour, there's a failed guardian angel looking for new employment and a double act made up of the archangel Gabriel and Lucifer, which she would never have believed in her earthly phase. All in all Alice really wonders whether retaining her sense of self and remaining in the post-life was the right decision. The fact that Henry keeps flirting with her isn't helping either.

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