THURS­DAY

Midweek Sport - - TV GUIDE -

WHEN the Twin Towers col­lapsed the world changed for­ever. Sud­denly ev­ery­one knew who Osama bin Laden was and al Qaeda had big­ger brand recog­ni­tion than McDon­alds.

But for some peo­ple the idea that the atroc­ity was com­mit­ted by fa­nat­i­cal ter­ror­ists whose ha­tred of Amer­ica was so great they killed thou­sands of peo­ple was too far fetched.

No, it ob­vi­ously had to be the U.S. gov­ern­ment slaugh­ter­ing its own peo­ple so it had an ex­cuse to in­vade Afghanistan and con­trol the world’s sand sup­ply, that’s much more likely.

This pro­gramme sees a stand-up comic, for some rea­son, take a tour of the ma­jor sites of the fate­ful day, along with five Bri­tish con­spir­acy the­o­rists who refuse to be­lieve al Qaeda was be­hind the at­tacks.

Us­ing ev­i­dence, ex­per­i­ments and ex­perts he tries to con­vince them they’re wrong. Well, that’s what they want you to think. It’s se­cretly a plan to brain­wash you with sub­lim­i­nal ad­ver­tis­ing while you watch.

It’s the only ex­pla­na­tion I can come up with for the suc­cess of Jed­ward.

NAT­U­RAL WORLD: AN­I­MAL HOUSE BBC2, 8PM

EPIC WIN, BBC1, 5.25PM

TAL­ENT: Alex Jones JLC: LEAV­ING LAS VE­GAS, CHAN­NEL 5, WED­NES­DAY, 9PM

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