9/11: Ten Years On..

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Over the next few weeks, TV network’s will broadcast a series of documentaries, films and news coverage to mark the tenth anniversary of 9/11.

On September 11, 2001, around 3,000 people died when four planes were hijacked and flew into the World Trade Center, the pentagon and a fourth plane crashed in a field in Somerset County, Pennsylvania in the worst terrorist attack in American history.

Tonight, Channel 4 explores the dramatic stories of individual firemen on September 11: the stories of those who died, those who survived and those who still bear the scars.

The hour-long documentary, named 9/11: The Firemen’s Story, tells the story of the close-knit brotherhood who call themselves ‘New York’s Bravest’, and shows how their bold tradition of rushing into the heart of skyscraper fires cost lives – but saved many more.


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On Thursday 1st September, ITV 1 will air 9/11: The Day that Changed the World, a Documentary that goes behind the scenes to see how Key decision-makers, including former Vice President Dick Cheney, ex-Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former First Lady Laura Bush coped minute by minute on that fateful day, combining television footage and first-hand accounts of how the events unfolded in the offices, the bunkers, the military headquarters and on the aircraft.

Here’s a list of 9/11 related programming on TV over the next few weeks:

9/11: The Firemen’s Story
August 31st, 9pm on Channel 4

9/11: The Day that Changed the World
September 1st, 9pm on ITV1

Inside 9/11 – Zero Hour
September 3rd, 4pm on National Geographic

Inside 9/11 – End Game
September 3rd, 5pm on National Geographic

9/11: I Was There
September 5th, 5pm on National Geographic

9/11: Conspiracies
September 5th, 8pm on National Geographic

9/11: Seconds from Disaster
September 5th, 9pm on National Geographic

9/11: Colliding Lives
September 5th, 9pm on Discovery

9/11: Washington Under Attack
September 5th, 10pm on National Geographic

9/11: George W. Bush Interview
September 6th, 9pm on National Geographic

The Twins of the Twin Towers
September 6th, 9pm on BBC1

9/11: Ten Years Later
September 7th, 10:35pm on National Geographic

The Flight that fought back (Film)
September 7th, 9pm on Discovery

9/11: After the Towers Fell
September 7th, 11pm on Discovery

Lorraine’s 9/11 Special
September 8th, 8:30am on ITV1

Making the 9/11 Memorial
September 8th, 10pm on History

Question Time 9/11 Special
September 8th, 10:35pm on BBC 1

9/11: Conspiracy Road Trip
September 8th, 9pm on BBC 3

9/11: The World’s Fallen
September 8th, 9pm on National Geographic

9/11: State of Emergency
September 9th, 9pm on History

Inside Flight 93
September 10th, 12pm on Discovery

NY Firefighters
September 10th, 3pm on Discovery

9/11: Lost, Found
September 10th, 4pm on Discovery

9/11 Crime Scene Investigators
September 10th, 9pm on History

Fahrenheit 9/11 (Film)
September 10th, 10pm on Current TV

United 93 (Film)
September 10th, 11pm on ITV1

9/11 Service – Ground Zero
September 11th, 1:30pm on BBC2, BBC News

9/11: Ten Years on
September 11th, 1:30pm on History

102 minutes that changed America
September 11th, 1:46pm on History

9/11: Heroes of the 88th Floor
September 11th, 6pm on Discovery

9/11: The Days After
September 11th, 9pm on History

9/11 Kids
September 11th, 9pm on Channel 4

World Trade Centre (Film)
September 11th, 10:30pm on Channel 4

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Tuesday 30 August 2011
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