There are history programmes on FNN (in favour of the fairy royals to nobody’s surprise). Everybody responsible for history programming takes the official line. Eileen is the nearest to a revisionist and even she takes most things as gospel.
The Witch always disputed the truth of anything broadcast on FNN as she feels her family was unfairly portrayed and treated. She has a point but sadly her family were mass murderers and rebels so the fairy royals were right to defend their people against them. What Eileen queries is whether the royals could’ve intervened sooner, acted more fairly, preventing the need for a forceful defence. Eileen’s queries are not welcome.
Villages group together (in groups of five) annually for their summer carnival where al species takes part. These are arranged throughout the season so the Queen and/or Eileen can attend them. A lot of drinking takes place and that’s just by the organizing committees!
There are floats, on the theme of fairy tales and nursery rhymes (the Kingdom's history effectively), but you can get the Kingdom’s equivalent of an “avant garde” float based on the theme of how horrible humanity is, which always goes well. There’s nothing like condemning an alien life form to bring magical beings together in a spirit of unity.
Fairy tales and nursery rhymes must be re-enacted regularly in the magical world to keep the stories “alive”. Once the carnivals are over for the year, there’s a lot of competitiveness to see which group of villages got the best coverage on FNN and which royal seemed to enjoy which festival most. The debates from this keep FNN and the press going for material for months. This material ranges from nice to poisonous and forms part of a village's official history so people want to get the best coverage. The disappointment of those who didn’t get on the organizing committees or felt their carnival didn’t get enough attention can be physically felt by all magical beings for over twenty miles!