manch­ester Bomb: our story

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It was al­most a year ago that Bri­tain suf­fered a ter­ror at­tack that was in some ways worse than any­thing this coun­try has seen in modern times. There have been atroc­i­ties in which more peo­ple have died, but none in which a tar­get was cho­sen with such cruel rel­ish as the chil­dren and fam­i­lies at the Ari­ana Grande con­cert where a sui­cide bomber wear­ing a de­vice loaded with shrap­nel claimed 22 vic­tims – ten of them un­der the age of 20 – and in­jured hun­dreds more.

Among those shar­ing their painful mem­o­ries of the ter­ri­ble day is Louise

Mur­ray (above), whose brother Mar­tyn Hett was killed at the age of just 29. Manch­ester Ter­ror At­tack: In Their

Own Words (Chan­nel 5, 10pm) fea­tures in­ter­views with sur­vivors of the at­tack and the fam­i­lies of those who died, plus we hear from mem­bers of the po­lice who had the ter­ri­ble task of car­ry­ing out the in­ves­ti­ga­tion in order to com­pre­hend what had hap­pened.

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