Here's a highly-recommended new documentary from Adrian Connock and David Shayler, concerning the BBC's coverage of 9/11, which they call "selective and distorted". I haven't seen much BBC coverage lately but I did watch quite a bit of it on 9/11 and in the days immediately thereafter.
"9/11 And The British Broadcasting Conspiracy" pays particular attention to the Conspiracy Files programme aired on BBC Two on February 18, 2007, which attempted to explain the 9/11 truth movement as a psychological aberration, independent of the mismatch between available evidence and official story.
I haven't seen the Conspiracy Files episode myself, but I did read the "teasers" published by BBC News in the days before the programme was aired. It was clear at the time that the producer of the show, Guy Smith, wasn't interested in the truth, whatever that might be. He wasn't even interested in the outstanding questions.
The two pieces I wrote at the time were surprisingly well-received and (depending on your perception of the events) they may provide some insights in addition to those offered by Connock and Shayler, so I'll give you those links in a moment. We've had an excellent short video featuring David Shayler here recently and I'll include a link to that post as well.
But here's the main attraction, "9/11 And The British Broadcasting Conspiracy"
As always, your comments are invited.
CRUCIAL VIDEO: David Shayler On 9/11 Truth
BBC vs 9/11 Truth: The Smear Begins
BBC vs 9/11 Truth: The Smear Continues