WHAT THE KINGDOM WOULD LIKE TO SEE
Roherum to be embalmed as a national treasure once he dies (though the weatherman would be happy to arrange for this process to be carried out while the veteran broadcaster is still breathing!). It is not widely known Roherum is a major shareholder in FNN so it is in his interests that it stays on air and has good ratings, which is reasonably easy given there are no alternative fairy-vision channels at the current time.
Frequent repeats of the various wildlife documentaries Fresidan produced over the centuries before her departure for Earth. FNN don’t show these very often, partly because Fresdian used to spice up her commentary (often at the expense of the fair government). Fresdian’s books are well received and are a set text for what the fairy educational establishments call “necessary education”.
Eileen’s range of published works to finally be made available to the Kingdom literary fans. Most are kept under lock and key, others have powerful spells on them, and still others will be considered for general release by the end of the next Ice Age. Eileen herself understands why the Queen acted as she has here and does not want her previous works widely available, fearing they’d be misused. She sometimes wonders why she wrote them!
Jennifer taking a more open view to magic and seeing it as a useful additional skill instead of having such a hostile view. The Kingdom generally wants as many good magical beings on side as possible so when push comes to shove it has the maximum amount of resources to draw on. It has taken a lot of Eileen’s strength to even persuade her people to even consider the idea a hybrid being has its own advantages. It has taken even more of Eileen’s energy to try, and to date fail, to get Jenny on board.