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11 September 2001 – it had been the day that changed every little thing

11 September – people around the globe experience a terrorist attack on the usa, as well as the failure of the Twin Towers in nyc, live on tv. Most broadcasters abandon regular development to present updated protection of unfolding activities.

It absolutely was, it really is, the largest story of our times, the maximum hatred of your times: due to the fact commentators said then, in words that turned-out, abnormally, to be not even close to hyperbolic, it absolutely was the afternoon that changed everything.

The north tower of the World Trade Center ended up being struck at 8.48am Eastern traditional Time by United states Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767 with 92 passengers on board, hijacked from Boston. The south tower was hit 15 minutes later on by United Airlines Flight 175, also hijacked from Boston. At 10.05, the south tower collapsed. At 10.29, the north tower joined up with it. By now AA Flight 77 was in fact flown to the Pentagon, crashing at 9.40. At 10.03, before the south tower’s failure, United Airlines Flight 93, bound from Newark to san francisco bay area, crashed in Pennsylvania: four guests tend to be understood to possess overcome the hijackers and forced it down. In Nablus, they danced.

Latest figures have 2,508 verified dead in New York, and 484 lacking, 77 of total becoming British nationals. In Washington, 125 happen confirmed lifeless. The slaughter ended up being performed by 19 hijackers, led by Mohamed Atta. On 10 January, an Egyptian flying from Madrid to Miami had been questioned for an hour by immigration officials, their particular suspicions raised because of the reality he wanted to simply take flying lessons, even though he had been entering on a tourist, not a student, visa. After becoming interviewed by a second representative, based on the Miami Herald, he was released. Their title had been Mohamed Atta.

The first week was among simple surprise at so many dead, together with manner of their particular death. Scarcely a vocals was raised, then, against US foreign policy; also those regularly assailing the superpower when it comes to harm it had thoughtlessly wrought somewhere else – the sanctions destroying the life of so many young ones in Iraq, the a large number of civilians killed by Israel – expanded sombre and quiet while they tried to understand the scale of what had happened.

Right here, Tony Blair postponed their TUC message, and William Hague postponed the Tory leadership announcement (Iain Duncan Smith won, incidentally). Parliament had been recalled within days. Assaults started on Muslims in Britain. Tony Blair flew to Berlin, Paris, Washington, ny and Brussels, and spoke to more than two dozen minds of state, winning help for a diverse coalition supporting what George Bush had known as a ‘war against terror’, and trying to offer reassurances, along the way, your western failed to wish a war against Islam, simply against terror.

As eyes dedicated to Osama container Laden , al-Qaeda and Taliban, Bill Clinton admitted he’d purchased container Laden’s murder 5 years early in the day but US cleverness – now being shown to be hopelessly problematic – had not been able discover him.

The united states experienced, hugely. A ‘new patriotism’ began, with flags becoming used for the nation: some retreated even further into insularity but other individuals began wondering exactly what it had done to the world to deserve 11 September. In Britain, and elsewhere in European countries, there awoke fresh desire for exactly what Islam had been about, and exactly what had been happening in the centre East all that time (on the other channel, while we had been viewing your government 2). There was talk of assaults on London. ‘I’ll nuke Britain, claims evil Bin Laden,’ shouted an everyday Express headline, prompting Alastair Campbell to question whether the real development we had been getting simply wasn’t exciting enough.

Resilient nyc began, slowly, to recover. People sought out. Partners revived their vows, divorce prices fell and firemen became the essential desired intimate partners into the city. Some humour came back. As satirical magazine The Onion had it: ‘A shattered country longs to value stupid bullshit yet again.’ But brand new Yorkers were still wandering past, and smelling, the grimmest piece of earth on earth, Ground Zero. On 20 December, 100 times on, these people were however pulling out the lifeless.

During the Labour Party seminar Tony Blair talked of curing the entire world and informed the Taliban to ‘surrender the terrorists or surrender energy’. The address ended up being hailed in a few quarters as Churchillian; it seemed, for when, undoubtedly and wholeheartedly implied.

UK Information

In the beginning the early morning of 1 January, as blizzards scoured our fields and coasts, they shut and bolted the doors on wretched Dome for the past time, however in vain; like Quatermass’s Pit, its curse had an additional to claim…

Prince Charles dropped off a horse, smashed his shoulder and labeled as himself a ‘plonker’. Princess Margaret was rumoured to possess had another stroke.

James Bulger’s killers, Robert Thomson and Jon Venables, because of for imminent release, won court security to possess their brand new identities concealed – to predictable outrage. The postoffice changed its title to Consignia; the ridicule died somewhat when it had been recalled that daft, pricey rebrandings more often than not herald massive lay-offs: see December.

Beyond your FA’s headquarters in London, a guy called Ray Egan protested completely John Bull ensemble, insisting that appointment of Sven-Goran Eriksson will mean the death of English football. Streakers were introduced to Subbuteo.

The entire year started badly, once again, for the NHS, whenever heaps of figures were shown becoming stored ‘temporarily’ in a chapel of remainder in Bedford.

In Cuba, sweetly sufficient, an excited Fidel Castro slipped backstage to ask for autographs regarding the Manic Street Preachers. In England, Eminem was prohibited from rapping at Sheffield University. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, Hollywood’s goldenest few, launched these people were to split, and Naomi Campbell revealed she would be to introduce a campaign for much better legal rights for superstars. Edward and Sophie Wessex started their very own annus horribilis when you are pictured consuming chummily with Jorge Haider, leader of Austria’s Freedom Party.

Tony Blair went to Washington and, obviously, fused with George Bush: requested what they had in accordance, Bush responded: ‘We both make use of Colgate toothpaste.’

The Royal Mail, or whatever it absolutely was called at the same time, declined to produce letters to a ‘disgusting’ property in Portsmouth.

Hear’Say, the fabricated musical organization which had fascinated Popstars audiences considering that the change of the season, burst onto the surface of the Pops with a winning quantity entitled ‘you actually Don’t Need these details, believe me, and it is planning to simply take A Minute Of my entire life Which I Won’t make contact with Look It Up’, while the progressively extraordinary Lynda Lee-Potter described pretty singer Kym as ‘undeniably too-big round the center’.

The Government reluctantly purchased the indiscriminate slaughter of all pigs, sheep and goats around any outbreak of foot-and-mouth in Dumfries and Galloway plus in Cumbria. The Army had been placed on alert, but warned it could not need sufficient bullets to destroy all of the sheep. By the end for the thirty days, a huge grave was dug in Cumbria, containing 500,000 slaughtered beasts; the main clinical agent ended up being caution that unless diseased victims were killed in 24 hours or less half the animals in Britain might perish; Tony Blair had authorised immediate slaughter of every livestock, ill or healthy, within three miles of an outbreak; and vaccination was investigated, despite becoming known as the final resort only a month earlier on. Blair additionally chose to postpone the election, despite the fact that 3 might was the expected time for two many years.

Once the pandemic grew ever worse, France, Germany and Spain branded Britain the ‘sick area’ of European countries. The Wall Street Journal joined up with in, informing united states: ‘One in five adults inside land of Shakespeare is functionally illiterate. The public services by which the country depends because of its lasting economic wellness have been in a state of severe decay. The healthcare system belongs on life support.’

The Real IRA detonated a bomb at the BBC’s development centre in White City. Ten people passed away in the Selby railway crash whenever a Land-Rover, its motorist asleep during the wheel, slipped onto the line. Perry Wacker, the driver of a lorry for which 58 Chinese illegal immigrants passed away, had been jailed for 14 many years. A man died in a swimming pool belonging to Michael Barrymore.

Nights of assault in Bradford used a Hindu marriage. In Oldham, gangs of youthful Asians were accused of indiscriminate racial assaults on whites, especially after Walter Chamberlain, 76, had been found with broken cheekbones. Tony Blair attemptedto combat ‘yob tradition’ by providing free CDs to children which don’t mug individuals.

John Prescott put a punch… but that was the only real effect the overall election seemed to have on most of the nation.

A survey discovered that 12 % of Scots had never cleaned their particular bedlinen.

Given that quantity of slaughtered livestock passed three million, Britain voted. Only. Labour won another landslide – 413 chairs to your Tories’ 166 – nevertheless turnout had been the lowest since 1918. Only three in five voted, and just one in four folks voted Labour. Blair congratulated himself if you take a pay rise, from £116,000 to £163,000, consigning Robin Cook to efficient oblivion as commander of the House, and composing a Queen’s Speech which guaranteed higher exclusive involvement in public services.

Lord Cullen’s report on the Paddington train crash blamed Railtrack for ‘lamentable failure’ and ‘institutional paralysis’.

James Bulger’s killers were introduced , to vows of revenge from Liverpool if their particular identities tend to be discovered. Four boys were charged with the murder of Damilola Taylor.

Oh, I forgot. Hague resigned.

Liverpool Airport had been rebranded John Lennon Airport, and a £3m water fountain had been launched for Hyde Park to commemorate Diana.

There have been 10 hours of riots in Bradford, after tensions erupted following an Anti-Nazi League demonstration. Over 100 individuals were hurt and Asian and white communities were pronounced ‘dangerously fragmented’.

Goran Ivanisevic, only in competition on a crazy card, beat Pat Rafter in most thrilling Wimbledon males’s last of modern times. He made Croatia’s day, and destroyed compared to Australia, who had been in the process that weekend of beating England in the 1st Ashes make sure hammering the Lions in Melbourne. ‘the thing you have to state about modern-day England cricket teams,’ stated the Melbourne Age, ‘is which they know how to drop.’

Jeffrey Archer ended up being jailed for four years after seven fraught days of test for perjury. He had been taken to Belmarsh, after being allowed a couple of hours’ freedom to wait their mother’s funeral. Paramount Pictures, about to make a ‘prequel’ to Star Trek, had been advised by British peers to drop intends to call Kirk’s predecessor Captain Jeffrey Archer.

Charles fell off their horse again and went along to hospital. The Queen Mother celebrated her 101st birthday celebration, after getting a complete bloodstream transfusion. Princess Margaret appeared paralysed down one side and almost completely blind.

Sophie and Edward, obviously perturbed by critique that they weren’t doing enough community responsibilities to merit their particular formal £141,000, moved ‘on hit’ .

A helicopter crashed near Paddington after picking up a person injured by a train after walking at risk after he would crashed his car on a railroad bridge.

Concorde travelled once again, holding Tony Blair to Washington where he was hailed once more, famously revered and respected today by statesmen every where: he seemed nearly because well-known as Harry Potter, whoever very first movie unsealed to universal delight. Revered except in Downing Street, where Gordon Brown had obviously started swearing at him because the relationship struck a fresh low, partially over contradictory hints on the Euro.

George Harrison died of lung cancer tumors; society paid tribute, particularly in Liverpool, in which thousands lined the roads – although half them weren’t even yet in the Beatles.

The jailing of Roy Whiting, found accountable of killing Sarah Payne in 2000, resulted in renewed calls for the so-called ‘Sarah’s Law’, providing the public use of listings of local sex offenders; the headlines of the World known as and shamed once again. Plus the Mirror took it upon it self to guide the charge against Lee Bowyer and Jonathan Woodgate, the Leeds players involved in the assault on Sarfraz Najeib, whom wandered without all but the many small costs, to general and extended disgust. Consignia, unsurprisingly, announced 30,000 lay-offs.

Yachtsman Peter Blake was murdered by pirates inside Amazon. David Blunkett proposed immigrants should make a lot more of an endeavor to master English. The Bank of Ireland offered away 25 % of a million punts to at least one client with regards to mistook euros for pesetas.

Given that year ended, and we also braced for the next round of war, or terrorism, eyes seemed returning to America. Ultimately, the death cost from Twin Towers had been significantly less than was feared; there were 20,000 folks working indeed there as soon as the planes struck, and it is remarkable what amount of performed endure. But that is perhaps not, really, the point. Most of us viewed those going to die start leaping from windows; we-all remain haunted because of the model of their particular last ideas. That, certainly, had been horror, to never be forgotten: the horror inspired by the knowledge this 1 of the most effective things a person being can do is rid himself of their humanity. Even after bin Laden is gone, long after the rest with this grim year is forgotten, that remain.

2001 Timeline

5 January – a study by the division of Health shows that Dr Harold Shipman, found guilty of 15 murders a year ago, could have killed significantly more than 300 patients considering that the 1970s.

8 January – The tall legal principles that the identities and whereabouts associated with the two killers of James Bulger can be held secret throughout their particular lives. Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, both now elderly 19, are required becoming introduced from custody later on this present year.

Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 2000 makes effect, decreasing the chronilogical age of consent for male homosexual intimate acts to this for heterosexual and lesbian acts, sixteen (seventeen in north Ireland).

9 January – Sven-Göran Eriksson starts their task as manager of the England soccer staff six months in front of routine, having resigned from his past task as Lazio manager. He’d signed a five-year agreement utilizing the Football Association on 30 October 2000 to succeed Kevin Keegan.

12 January – Marie Therese Kouao and Carl Manning tend to be sentenced alive imprisonment when it comes to murder of Kouao’s niece Victoria Climbié, just who died in 2000 after putting up with horrific punishment and neglect at the hands of the couple within their London residence. Victoria (aged eight) have been coping with the pair since the woman moms and dads delivered her to The united kingdomt for an excellent education.

24 January – Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Peter Mandelson resigns from the cupboard the 2nd time.

25 January – After briefly slipping behind the Conservatives in an opinion poll four months ago, Labour are searching prepared for victory within the upcoming general election while they score 49per cent when you look at the latest MORI poll and open up a 20-point lead over their competitors.

31 January – The Scottish legal when you look at the Netherlands convicts a Libyan and acquits another for their component in the bombing of Pan have always been Flight 103 which crashed in Lockerbie in 1988. Al Amin Khalifah Fhimah (old 44) is cleared, but Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed Al Megrahi is found accountable and sentenced alive imprisonment with a recommended minimal term of 20 years.

19 February – foot-and-mouth crisis starts.

25 February – Liverpool beat Birmingham City on penalties after a 1–1 draw in the Football League Cup last – initial cup last to be played at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, since Wembley sealed for redevelopment.

28 February – a rail crash near Selby kills 10 folks.

8 March – The wreckage of Donald Campbell’s speedboat Bluebird K7 is raised from the base of Coniston liquid in Cumbria, 34 many years after Campbell had been killed in an attempt to break society liquid speed record.

15 March – Donald Campbell’s body is restored from Lake Coniston, 34 years after he died in an attempt to break the land water rate record.

17 March – Eden Project starts toward public near St Austell, Cornwall; conceived by Tim Smit with design by Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners.

18 March – Claire Marsh (aged 18) becomes the youngest woman in Britain becoming found guilty of rape after pinning straight down a female who had been raped by a couple of teenagers in west London. This woman is sentenced to seven years in jail, while the woman accomplices (aged 15 and 18) are jailed for 5 years.

5 April – Perry Wacker, a Dutch lorry driver, is jailed for 14 years for manslaughter of 58 Chinese illegal immigrants have been found suffocated in the lorry at Dover ferry port in Summer just last year.

15 April – Manchester United win the FA Premier League subject for third period in succession, and 7th amount of time in nine seasons.

23 April – Jane Andrews, a former private associate to Sarah, Duchess of York, continues trial accused of murdering her fiancé Thomas Cressman.

Manchester United pay a Brit record charge of £19million for Ruud van Nistelrooy, the 24-year-old PSV Eindhoven and Netherlands national baseball group striker who had been considering get in on the club last year until the transfer had been wear hold by damage.

29 April – Census of population in the United Kingdom.

1 May – An anti-capitalist demonstration in London, part of worldwide protests, transforms violent.

4 May – The government relaxes its sanctions built to tackle the foot-and-mouth crisis after significantly more than 2 months.

12 might – Liverpool winnings the FA Cup Final whenever two Michael Owen goals within the last moments of online game provide them with a 2–1 win over Arsenal when you look at the final in the Millennium Stadium.

15 May – Medication costs fall due to a court ruling which leaves an-end to the drug industry’s price-fixing guidelines.

16 May – Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott punches a protester whom put an egg at him in Rhyl.

Jane Andrews is sentenced alive imprisonment after becoming discovered bad of murdering Thomas Cressman.

Liverpool win the UEFA Cup – their particular very first European trophy for 17 many years – with a 5–4 win over Spanish side Deportivo Alavés.

1 Summer – formal opening of Cardiff Bay Barrage.

7 Summer – General Election: Labour Party attains an extra successive General Election landslide triumph. One of the brand new entrants to parliament is 34-year-old Tory David Cameron who retains the Witney seat in Oxfordshire when it comes to celebration. Among the list of retirements is Edward Heath, the former traditional prime minister, just who at 84 ended up being the earliest person in the last parliament and in addition its longest serving user having very first becoming chosen to parliament in 1950.

8 June – William Hague declares his resignation as Conservative celebration leader after four

17 Summer – Cardinal Winning, mind of this Roman Catholic chapel in Scotland, dies of a stroke aged 76.

22 Summer – Home Secretary David Blunkett declares that Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, convicted during the age of 11 of murdering toddler James Bulger on Merseyside, can be introduced on life licence later this current year after the Parole Board advised their launch after eight years in custody.

25 June – a battle riot breaks out in Burnley, with over 200 white and Asian young ones being involved with brawling, vandalism and arson.

29 June – the federal government declares plans to develop a £3million water fountain in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales at Hyde Park, London.

July – MG Rover launches a range of MG-badged overall performance variations of its Rover family automobiles.

2 July – Barry George is sentenced alive imprisonment the murder of tv presenter Jill Dando, who had been killed in Fulham, London, on 26 April 1999. George is acquitted at a retrial in 2008.

7 July – a couple tend to be stabbed in competition riots in Bradford, West Yorkshire.

9 July – First bout of television sitcom The Office shown on BBC Two.

12 July – The Brit transfer record in damaged for 3rd time in eight months when Manchester United pay Italian club Lazio £28.1million for Argentine midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron.

16 July – The Labour federal government suffers its very first parliamentary beat over the sacking of Gwyneth Dunwoody and Donald Anderson as seats of choose committees on transportation and international affairs.

18 July – Philip John Smith is sentenced your imprisonment after pleading bad on murders of three women in Birmingham in November this past year.

19 July – Politician and novelist Jeffrey Archer is sentenced to four many years in prison for perjury and perverting the program of justice.

20 July – Rioting breaks in Brixton, London, following fatal shooting Derek Bennett, a 29-year-old black colored guy, by armed police in the area. 27 individuals are arrested and three police tend to be injured.

29 July – a victim support team condemns a reported £11,000 commission by the Criminal Injuries payment Authority toward moms and dads of murdered Sarah Payne as "derisory".

4 August – Oxford United move into their brand new 12,500-seat Kassam Stadium nearby the town’s Blackbird Leys property. Work with the arena had were only available in 1996 but halted these year as a result of the club’s economic issues. The arena will initially have three really stands but a fourth stand might be integrated the near future to make the ability to 15,000.

7 August – the us government takes an unprecedented step with all the £27million nationalisation of an exclusive hospital near Harley Street in London.

10 August – Former Conservative celebration MP Neil Hamilton and his partner Christine tend to be arrested on suspicion of sexual attack.

11 August – Southampton F.C. transfer to their brand new 32,000-seat St Mary’s Stadium.

16 August – previous royal butler Paul Burrell charged with the theft of items of the late Diana, Princess of Wales; the prosecution subsequently collapses.

31 August – Neil and Christine Hamilton are cleared associated with the intimate attack allegations.

5 September – Peter Bray completes initial crossing for the Atlantic Ocean in a kayak.

7 September – One million kiddies in over 3,000 schools be involved in a test to find out when it is feasible generate earthquakes by all jumping off chairs.

10 September – the financial institution of Scotland together with Halifax merge to create HBOS plc.

11 September – 11 September terrorist assaults: by al-Qaeda upon the United States of The united states. 67 UNITED KINGDOM nationals perish in assaults, the greatest reduced life from any nation apart from the usa where attacks take place.

One Canada Square, great britain’s tallest building, and London Stock Exchange tend to be evacuated after the assaults in the usa.

Prime Minister Tony Blair cancels a message he had been because share with the TUC, and pledges to "stand shoulder to shoulder" because of the US.

13 September – The Queen requests the Changing for the Guard ceremony become paused for a two-minute silence, followed by the playing of the US nationwide anthem, in tribute towards victims of this terrorist attacks two days earlier.

Iain Duncan Smith becomes frontrunner associated with the Conservative celebration after winning the management election.

14 September – National memorial program held at St Paul’s Cathedral for the victims for the terrorist assaults.

17 September – Gateshead Millennium Bridge opens to the public.

21 September – teen Ross Parker murdered in racially motivated attack by Muslim Asian gang in Peterborough.

6 October – The England national baseball team achieves automatic qualification for next summertime’s World Cup in Japan and South Korea with a 2–2 draw against Greece at Old Trafford, through an accident time equaliser by captain David Beckham.

7 October – The United States of America’s Armed-forces invade Afghanistan. Submarines of the British Royal Navy participate using Tomahawk cruise missiles.

23 October – Provisional Irish Republican Army declares that it has begun to decommission its tools.

25 October – The British Crime study reveals that criminal activity prices are in their particular least expensive levels since 1981.

9 November – Debut of the movie Harry Potter in addition to Philosopher’s rock in London.

12 November – Greek authorities hold 12 British plane-spotters on charges of spying.

22 November – The Labour government’s upturn in popularity continues as the most recent MORI poll places them 31 points prior to the Conservatives on 56%.

24 November – The 2001 Kangaroo tour concludes aided by the Australia nationwide rugby league team beating Great Britain into the 3rd and determining test match of Ashes show.

December – The unsuccessful Nissan Primera P12 goes into production with Nissan engine Manufacturing UNITED KINGDOM.

10 December – V. S. Naipaul wins the Nobel Prize in Literature "for having united perceptive narrative and incorruptible scrutiny in works that compel us to start to see the existence of suppressed histories".

Timothy Hunt and Paul Nurse winnings the Nobel Prize in Physiology or drug jointly with Leland H. Hartwell "for their particular discoveries of key regulators of the cellular cycle".

11 December – The post-office announces that up to 30,000 postal workers could possibly be made redundant on the next 1 . 5 years as an element of a £1.2billion cost-cutting package.

12 December – Roy Whiting is located bad at Lewes Crown Court of murder of Sarah Payne, who had been found dead near Pulborough, West Sussex, in July this past year. It’s then uncovered that Whiting already had a conviction for abducting and molesting an eight-year-old girl in 1995. The test judge sentences Whiting, a 42-year-old former mechanic, to life imprisonment and claims that it’s an uncommon situation where he would recommend into proper authorities that life should suggest life. Its just the 24th time that such a recommendation was built in Brit appropriate record.

13 December – Lynette Lithgow, 51-year-old previous BBC newsreader, is located murdered along with her mom and cousin within house in Trinidad.

21 December – The Metropolitan Police storm a cargo ship when you look at the English Channel fearing that it may consist of terrorist product.

22 December – British-born terrorist, Richard Reid, attempts to inflate United states Airlines Flight 63 from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris to Miami airport terminal, using explosives concealed in his footwear.

Conservatoire for Dance and Drama, a nationwide advanced schooling institution, is initiated, the founding affiliates becoming the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in addition to London Contemporary Dance class.

The Red-billed Chough recolonises Cornwall after a lack of 50 years.

First osprey breed in England recently.

The percentage of individuals located in owner-occupied houses in England hits an all-time top of 72.5%.

A record of nearly 2.5 million new vehicles are offered in Britain this present year, because of the Ford Focus being Britain’s most popular vehicle when it comes to 3rd 12 months consecutively. Vauxhall maintains its second destination behind Ford for product sales, even though the likes of Citroen, Peugeot, Renault and Volkswagen also enjoy strong product sales. MG Rover product sales, but fall to a disappointing total of below 100,000.



9 January – Judge John Deed (2001–2007)
26 March – What Exactly Today? (2001)
22 September – The Saturday Show (2001–2005)
2 November – Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (2001–2010)


9 July – Any Office (2001–2003)
5 October – Band of Brothers (2001)
26 October – Robot Wars Extreme sequel to Robot Wars (2001–2003)
12 November – The Kumars (2001–2006 BBC, 2014–present Sky)
29 November – just what Not to put on (2001–2007)


21 Might – Survivor (2001–2002)
6 Summer – Real Crime (2001–present)
18 August – The Goal Race (2001–2003)
The Premiership (2001–2004)
6 October – Pop Idol (2001–2003)
14 October – 2DTV (2001–2004)

Channel 4

20 January – Popworld (2001–2007)
22 January – Just As If (2001–2004)
9 March – Celebrity Big Brother (2001–present)
September – Model Behaviour (2001–2002)
26 November – Richard & Judy (2001–2008)

BRIT Prizes

The 2001 BRIT Awards winners were:

Most useful soundtrack: "American Beauty"
British record album: Coldplay – "Parachutes"
British breakthrough work: a1
Brit dance act: Fatboy Slim
British female solo singer: Sonique
British team: Coldplay
British male solamente singer: Robbie Williams
British solitary: Robbie Williams – "Rock DJ"
Uk movie: Robbie Williams – "Rock DJ"
International breakthrough work: Kelis
International feminine: Madonna
Global team: U2
Overseas male: Eminem
Outstanding share: U2
Pop act: Westlife

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