A BBC spokeswoman said of 7/7 Bombings: Conspiracy Road Trip: 'The series takes conspiracy theorists on a journey to fully explore the facts and challenge their beliefs.'
It also features conspiracy theorists - including model Layla Randle-Conde - playing the parts of the bombers in a reconstruction of events.
Between 8.50am and 9.47am on July 7 2005, four British Muslims - Mohammad Sidique Khan, 30, Shehzad Tanweer, 22, Jermaine Lindsay, 19, and Hasib Hussain, 18 - blew themselves up using home-made explosives, killing 56 (including themselves) and injuring 700 on three Tube trains and a double-decker bus.
...there have since been a wave of conspiracy theories around the attacks.
One of the more popular accuses then Prime Minister Tony Blair, the Government, the police, and the British and Israeli Secret Services of murdering the innocent people to stir up anti-Islamic fervour and create public support for the 'war on terror' and looming war in Iraq.
It also alleges that the four British Muslims were tricked by the authorities into taking part in what they were told would be a mock anti-terror training exercise.
What they weren't told, it is claimed, was that the Government was going to blow them up, along with other passengers, then pretend the four were suicide bombers.
Theorists have also accused government agents of setting off pre-planted explosives under the three Tube trains and on the bus.
Originally posted by mr-lizard
I'm even going to be so bold as to suggest they were on a 'training' exercise, being guided by an unknown source as part of a top secret training / observational exercise in which they would possibly play the part of monitored people and thus had to wear the rucksacks and be monitored on the underground. Unbeknownst to them, they wouldn't be receiving any kind of payment as they would die in the blasts.
Originally posted by judus
Do you not find it strange that we have not been attacked since then ???
As one post suggested on the paper site, this will be mocked and the conspiracy branded as a nut job.
The list of notable terrorist offences listed on the web site
* 27 February 2002
Moinul Abedin was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment after being convicted of making large amounts of detonators and the explosive HMTD in a Birmingham house.
* 13 April 2005
Kamel Bourgass was convicted of plotting to commit a public nuisance by the use of poisons and/or explosives to cause disruption, fear or injury. He was already serving a life sentence for the murder of PC Stephen Oake.
* 7 November 2006
Al Qaida operative Dhiren Barot was sentenced to a minimum of 30 years' imprisonment after admitting a plot to attack UK and US targets using a "dirty bomb" and gas-filled limousines.
* 30 April 2007
Five men were imprisoned for life after being convicted of a plot to attack targets such as shopping centres and nightclubs using fertiliser-based explosives; two others were acquitted.
* 15 June 2007
Seven men were jailed for a total of 136 years for their involvement in Dhiren Barot's "dirty bomb" plot and "Gas Limos Project".
* 11 July 2007
The four would-be suicide bombers of 21 July 2005 were given life sentences following their convictions on charges of conspiracy to murder. A fifth man involved in the plot was convicted in November 2007.
* 26 July 2007
Five students were convicted on charges of possessing material for terrorist purposes with the intention of going to terrorist training camps in Pakistan or Afghanistan.
* 9 Jan 2008
Sohail Anjum Qureshi, an Al Qaida-trained terrorist intent on carrying out an act of terrorism overseas, was jailed for four and a half years.
* 18 February 2008
Five conspirators were convicted of plotting to kidnap and behead a British soldier and were sentenced to terms of between two years and life.
* 17 December 2008
Bilal Abdulla, an Iraqi citizen who worked in a hospital in Paisley, Scotland, was sentenced to 32 years' imprisonment for his role in terrorist attacks carried out in London and Glasgow International Airport in June 2007.
* 8 July 2010
Ibrahim Savant, Arafat Khan and Waheed Zaman were convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for conspiracy to murder persons unknown. By this point a total of twelve people had been convicted in seven trials for terrorism-related offences in connection with the 2006 aircraft bomb plot.
Originally posted by Lagrimas
I was asked to appear on that show! It was unpayed though, and it meant two weeks off work so I turned them down.
Also I felt pretty certain that the show would end up backing up the official story.
Can't wait to see the show now.
"Just because its disgusting and in bad taste doesn't necessarily make it untrue."
"Any normal thinking person would think what a load of rubbish. But then you take a step back and look at what our past and present governments have done to us, then you think anything is possible."
"I don`t think we would be suprised at ANYTHING Blair did!!"
"Good for the BBC for having the courage. I fell hook line & sinker for the 'official' story at the time as I'm not remotely interested in conspiracy theories. But then I saw close up photos of the blasted floor of the tubes blown upwards & realised that bombs had been placed *under* the tube. I followed it up with more research & realised the whole thing does not hang together. There has not even been an proper enquiry."
"There's a conspiracy theory behind every terrorist attack that happens in the Western world. The worrying thing is; they actually make sense."
Originally posted by ollncasino
There have been many more cases such as above, where MI5 has stopped plots before they can be carried out.
Originally posted by johnrobca
all this show will do is trash the conspiracy that says it was an orchestrated event by TPTB ....
Originally posted by OutonaLimb
7/7 and 9/11 were completely faked events, with no real victims.