Phonecalls from the World Trade Centre

August 10, 2009 by  
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Channel 4 has announced plans to screen a new documentary titled 9/11: Phone Calls From The Towers.

The Cutting Edge special will be aired to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the era defining events and will include recorded messages from people who died in the attack.

“Eight years on from the attacks, this amazing film is a genuinely fresh approach to the 9/11 story, using very powerful recordings, some of which have never been heard before,? said Channel 4’s Simon Dickson.

The anniversary will come in the wake of last week’s claim by a British Army commander that UK forces could be in Afghanistan for another 40 years.

Apparently if Osama Bin Laden hasn’t been found by then, the government may be forced to give up the search.

However, Channel 4 is confident that the programme will be a gripping tribute to those who lost their lives on that afternoon.

“The victims’ families, who have co-operated in the making of this film and provided most of the recordings, talk heartbreakingly about speaking to their loved ones for the final time as they watched powerless as the disaster unfolded on TV,? added Dickson.

As if that wasn’t scary enough, did you hear the news about the terrorists who have officially threatened to hunt down Sacha Baron Cohen after his little mickey-take while filming Bruno? In a word? Eep.