A new BBC documentary airing next month looks at the effects of the 7/7 bombings on some of those most closely involved with the day’s events.
The broadcaster’s press office says of 7/7: One Day In London:
The day after London won the Olympic bid terrorists attacked the public transport network, killing 52 people and injuring more than 700. Seven years later the eyes of the world are once again focused on the capital.
7/7: One Day in London gathers the testimony of more than 50 people directly affected by the London bombings, exploring the long lasting effects as they reflect on their experiences and how their lives have changed.
After the conclusion of the public inquest in 2011, a multitude of previously untold stories emerged of the bravery, difficulties and horror that people experienced on that day in 2005; many of these have been included in this film as well as testimony from people who have never spoken publicly before.
This is an ambitious retelling of the story of what happened on that day, with contributions from commuters, emergency service workers, Transport for London staff and families of victims.
With enormous compassion for one another, ordinary people tell extraordinary stories of the day when they were thrown together, and their struggle to cope in the wake of the blasts that shook London.
The programme airs Monday 2nd July at 9.00pm on BBC TWO