So I said I'd post to let everyone know what programmes are on TV for the anniversary. I know it's a Friday night, but here's the line-up of what's on.
ITV4 at 9pm for 1 hour - Chasing Planes - As I think this is the only new programme that isn't a repeat, I'll type the full description from the Sky TV Guide. 'Documentary chronicling experiences, dedication and insight of civilian and military ground control on that fateful day. With personal accounts and historic footage.'
It's followed at 10pm by the film United 93.
On More4 at 9pm is a repeat of the programme that was on the other night - Phone Calls from the Towers.
Followed at 11pm by The 9/11 Faker about a woman who claimed to be in one of the Towers and became a figurehead for survivor's groups after saying she lost her fiancee in the attacks, but it was all a lie.
On National Geographic at 8pm is the very well made Inside 9/11 which is on for two hours and worth watching if you didn't see it earlier in the week.
On History at 8pm is Hotel Ground Zero - for an hour, about people who escaped The Marriott Hotel, which was cleaved in half when the North Tower collapsed. Then at 9pm is the powerful 102 Minutes That Changed America. On TV the other night, but if you didn't see it you should.
Thought there would be some more new programmes, but it's mostly repeats. The first one listed I think is new though as I said. Sorry it's not in great time order, but I just wanted people to have a point of reference if they'd like to remember the victims by watching from the historical perspective. Especially seeing as some of our younger forumers might now be at a better age to fully grasp the events of that horrific day.
I'll be thinking about those poor souls who perished all day tomorrow - at The World Trade Centre, The Pentagon and in Pennsylvania. They will Never Walk Alone.