Damian Lewis: Spy Wars 27 April 2022: ‘Bombs in the Sky’ on Nine
It was the largest surveillance operation in British history, involving 800 agents monitoring 24 suspects around the clock in order to thwart a fiendish terrorist plot. Host Damian Lewis examines the 2006 joint investigation between MI5, London’s Metropolitan Police Counter-Terrorism Unit, and the CIA to track down a homegrown Al Qaeda cell in east London and stop its plan to blow up multiple U.S.-bound passenger planes using liquid bombs.
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About Damian Lewis: Spy Wars
The true stories behind some of the most gripping and significant covert operations of the last forty years, looking not only at the thrilling espionage and undercover work, but also the personal and international consequences for those involved.
This show is broadcast on Channel Nine.
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