The Tube (2003 TV series)

The Tube (2003 TV series)

Infobox British television
show_name = The Tube

size =
caption =
format = Documentary
picture_format = 4:3 (2003 & 2004)
(2005 & 2006)
runtime = 25 mins
creator =
narrated = Jonathan Kydd
channel = ITV London
first_aired = January 9 2003
last_aired = January 5 2006
num_series = 3
num_episodes = 21
producer = Mosaic Films
related = Disappearing London and How London Was Built
imdb_id = 0862632

"The Tube" is a multi-award-winning television programme shown on ITV London and certain BSkyB television channels including Sky Travel and Sky3.

It is a documentary/docusoap about the London Underground network, and follows London Underground workers -- drivers, station staff, managers, and so forth -- showing the Underground system to the public through their eyes.

The programme is produced by Mosaic Films for ITV London and Sky Travel.To date, there have been three series produced, including a two-part special on the 7 July 2005 London bombings ("also known as 7/7"). The series is now sometimes repeated, mostly on Sky3.


Series One

# Strike (Thursday 9th January 2003)
# 24 Hours (Thursday 16th January 2003)
# One Under (Thursday 23rd January 2003)
# Rush Hour (Thursday 30th January 2003)
# Women Drivers (Thursday 6th February 2003)
# Heatwave (Thursday 13th February 2003)



Series Two

# Underground Crime (Thursday 19th August 2004)
# Mind the Gap (Thursday 26th August 2004)
# Under Pressure (Thursday 2nd September 2004)
# The Ups and Downs (Thursday 9th September 2004)
# Open All Hours (Thursday 16th September 2004)
# All Change Please (Thursday 23rd September 2004)


# Under Attack 1 (Tuesday 8th November 2005)
# Under Attack 2 (Thursday 10th November 2005)

Series Three

# Special Operations (Thursday 17th November 2005)
# Losing It (Thursday 8th December 2005)
# Tickets Please (Thursday 15th December 2005)
# Off the Rails (Stress) (Thursday 22nd December 2005)
# The Train Set (Thursday 29th December 2005)
# Moving On (Old & New) (Thursday 5th January 2006)

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