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There is no Next Episode of The Tube: Going Underground planned.
Charlotte struggles to keep the ageing stock of Piccadilly Line rolling. At Bank station, Naeem's plan to send passengers to London Bridge during a strike leads to chaos. At Holborn, station supervisor Tony tries to update a decades-old rule on the escalators.
The closure of the Victoria ticket office causes problems.
Documentary series following the work of the staff who keep London's underground train service running smoothly. As the network braces itself for the night of the living dead, there is fury as massive engineering works disrupt one of the Tube's busiest stations, and the emergency response team are sent to St John's Wood, where passengers have reported hearing gunfire.
Documentary series following the work of the staff who keep London's underground train service running smoothly. Staff face some tricky customers who could bring the entire network to a halt.
Documentary series following the work of the staff who keep London's underground train service running smoothly. Tube staff face their busiest and most unusual shift of the year - New Year's Eve. Firework displays, urinating on the escalators, all-night vomit-mopping and a suspect package at Waterloo Bridge.
Management has decided to crack down on fare dodgers, but it is revenue inspectors Simon and Paul who have to deal with an aggressive passenger refuses to pay at the Angel. At Tottenham Court Road, John is supervising the tricky restoration of Eduardo Paolozzi's famous mosaics. At Walthamstow, the installation of a new escalator is causing bottlenecks. On Poppy Day, Dame Barbara Windsor helps to fund-raise by becoming a Tube driver for the day.
The Tube takes on more than a thousand new staff. But the newbies are joining a system that now faces a level of terror threat unknown in the past.
Engineer Anita hopes she has got her sums right as a new passenger tunnel nears completion, 192 new trains hit the tracks and legend of the line steps down.