20 years 9/11: “ZIB 2 History” from New York

September 10 at 10:25 p.m., followed by “Terror after Ferdinand von Schirach”

Vienna (OTS) On September 11th it was exactly 20 years ago that the terrorist attacks on the USA, later simply referred to as “9/11”, shook the world and changed it forever. The ORF presents a large multimedia focus (details at presse.ORF.at). On Friday, September 10, 2021, ORF 2 will show a “ZIB 2 History” at 10:25 p.m. entitled “20 Years 9/11 – The Day That Changed the World” with Martin Thür from New York, after that it’s about 11.05 p.m. a da capo of the sensational TV experiment “Terror after Ferdinand von Schirach” on the program.

“ZIB 2 History: 20 years 9/11 – The day that changed the world” from New York (10:25 p.m., ORF 2)

20 years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, Martin Thür from New York reports with a “ZIB 2 History”: How did those affected experience the day? How has international terrorism changed since then? What effects did the attacks have on American society, but also on those countries against which the USA went into the “war on terror”? Eyewitnesses and experts have their say. Martin Thür talks to terror expert Peter Neumann and to ORF correspondent in the USA, Thomas Langpaul.

“Terror after Ferdinand von Schirach”, 11:05 p.m., ORF 2

Can you kill 164 people to save 70,000 people? Was fighter pilot Lars Koch allowed to shoot down a passenger plane to prevent a terrorist from crashing it into a packed football stadium? This question is explored in the top cast, multiple award-winning court drama based on Ferdinand von Schirach with Lars Eidinger, Florian David Fitz, Martina Gedeck and Burghart Klaußner in the leading roles.

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