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* [[2011]]-08-28 - [[9-11]], 10 years on
 
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The series appears to have been replaced by the BBC's [[Conspiracy Road Trip]] series.
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The series appears to have been replaced by the BBC's ''[[Conspiracy Road Trip]]'' series.
 
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==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 13:11, 27 December 2018

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TypeTV series
Founded25 February 2006
Dissolved28 August 2011
Author(s)BBC
Interestsconspiracy theories
Local copyBroken Link: [[{{{local}}}]]
A series of programmes, each of which focuses on a particular "Conspiracy theories".

The Conspiracy Files is a BBC series which has tackled numerous "conspiracy theories".

The episode on the sudden death of David Kelly

Episoides

The following topics have been covered:

The series appears to have been replaced by the BBC's Conspiracy Road Trip series.


References