I very much enjoyed the Diane Perelsztejn documentary of Kathleen Ferrier with lots of new material about the singer. The story is a very moving tale about a truly amazing and wonderful person. However, I was very disappointed by Charlotte Rampling's narration of the story. Why, when we know that Kathleen Ferrier was born and brought up in Blackburn Lancashire, and thoroughly British would the narrator decide to pronounce her family name as though she had been French. I found Charlotte Rampling's narration so pretentious in a way that it seems to me, Kathleen ferrier was so pointedly not. By contrast, to hear Kathleen Ferrier's speaking voice was a great treat which was not in any way 'affected'. It was such a pity that Diane Perelsztejn did not excert her editorial skill to correct something as basic as the pronounciation of the Ferrier name. Charlotte Rampling overall was a disappointment to what was otherwise a sympathetic and moving tribute to Kathleen Ferrier's, Oh so brief, life and work, whose achievements in such a sort time were stupendous. I have tried to get a copy of 'Kathleen Ferrier': An Ordinary Diva: but at the moment this seems to be unavailable. With the exception of the narrator, everything in the DVD - including all the interviews, excerpts of the productions in which Kathleen was involved, hearing her sister speak etc., was very lovingly and appreicatively done. Thanks.