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Horizon - When Towers Collapse

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Shady, Mar 12, 2002.

  1. Shady

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    Perhaps not the best day to mention this - but does anybody know if BBC2 are to repeat last weeks Horizon about why the World Trade Centre collapsed.

    The missus was watching Friends and by the time I realised it was to late.


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    A hunt through the listings up until the 22nd shows that Horizon is only shown once a week on Thursdays at 9pm on BBC2.

    Alas I'm in the same boot as you. Didn't realise until it was too late.

    Shame, but as a warning, the BBC are going to show a special on the 11th September this year (announced on the 1 o'clock news) that they will be showing a special screening of a film made by two french brothers who had cameras inside Tower 1 when it actually collapsed.

    They showed a clip and it looked fantastic (refering to film, not event itself).

    Guy
     
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    Keep an eye on BBC4 listings, they have already shown a previous Horizon feature, so Twin Towers may come on there. The programme was fascinating but incredibly sad.
     
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    I too saw the programme and it was very interesting aswell as sad.
    Feel sorry for the guy who designed the towers, as he now looks out from his window only to see the devestation thats left, and the sorrow he must feel of all those lives lost in those two buildings, that was once was his pride and joy.
     
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    Interesting programme, despite the fact that Channel 4 did a similar documentary last year.
     

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