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