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London Bomb Blasts: One Year On
On Friday July 07 2006, Britons remembered the 52 people that lost their lives in the bomb blasts which hit the capital a year ago.

0800 (Friday July 07) BBC Breakfast

Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams presented a special edition of Breakfast. Bill Turnbull was at Kings Cross and Kate Silverton was at Tavistock Square.

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1800 (Friday July 07) BBC Six O’clock News

Natasha Kaplinsky presented the Six O’clock News live from Central London. Darren Jordon was the studio-based presenter.

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1900 (Friday July 07) The Sky Report

Anna Botting presented the last ever edition of The Sky Report live from Regents Park. Paula Middlehurst provided a news summary in the studio.

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2200 (Friday July 07) BBC Ten O’clock News

Fiona Bruce rounded up the days events.

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