Making sense of the recent past can be difficult and, at times, quite painful. This moving and historically significant collection from the Internet Archive brings together hundreds of hours of television coverage from the events surrounding September 11, 2001. The materials were originally recorded live by the non-profit Television Archive and are organized in a fashion that is quite easy to use. The September 11: Program Guide has chronological coverage organized by the major networks, including the BBC and CNN. Visitors can dip into each segment here and also move on to the Chronology of Events. This area contains a brief overview of the events of that day, along with those of September 12th and 13th. Overall, the site is a fascinating way to think about these difficult events and for those with an interest in broadcast journalism, it is particularly useful.