I googled it and the only thing I found was a website about the previous Tube documentary (the one back in 2012),
ABOUT THIS PROGRAMME
1/8. Documentary filmed over the course of a year going behind the scenes on the London transport network as it undergoes a £10bn modernisation programme to cope with record demand. At Earl's Court station, Charlotte controls the Piccadilly Line, one of London's busiest, oldest and most unreliable lines, while new recruit Naeem faces furious passengers at Bank station when a strike hits the network. Tino from the special requirements team is sent to Highbury and Islington to deal with one of the Tube's worst nightmares as rush hour coincides with a football derby.
The forthcoming Channel 5 series (Mondays 21.00 from 21 March) is made by BLAST! FIlms, the same production company as the BBC Two series.
They also made "The Route Masters: running London's roads" for BBCtv in 2013; "The Night Bus" for Channel 4 and "Double-decker Driving School" for itv.
I wonder at Victoria, did the staff get training and iPads after she complained or was that always going to happen?
The additional machines had to go where the old ticket office windows were.The Greenford lady was I assume an invited guest for the official opening of the lift. Pity it got stuck once she had got up.
There were always going to be teething problems with closing the ticket offices, but why on earth did they not install the additional ticket machines at Victoria before closing the office? If my experience at Euston the other week is typical, the new system seems to be working well and the on-the-ground staff are helpful and courteous.
That was Nick Brown who is the current Managing Director (and was MD at the time of filming), not Mike Brown.Only just caught up with the second episode and I'm afraid I almost held my head in my hands at the response of Mike Brown, then head of the Underground just prior to his confirmation as the new Transport Commissioner,
Nick Brown will be stepping down from his role as interim Managing Director of London Underground and Rail from 6 April 2016.
Nick originally joined as interim Chief Operating Officer with the intention of staying for just three months.
Instead, over the last 18 months, Nick has led us through some of the biggest changes in LU's history, taking the reins last summer following my appointment as Commissioner.
a further announcement on future appointments in London Underground in the next few weeks.
Mike Brown, Transport Commissioner. 23 March 2016
Only just caught up with the second episode and I'm afraid I almost held my head in my hands at the response of Mike Brown, then head of the Underground just prior to his confirmation as the new Transport Commissioner, when asked by the Customer Services Assistant, or whatever they're now called, at Victoria to pay them a visit on a Saturday morning to experience the queues at the ticket machines. He looked pained and replied 'but I live in Birmingham and it'd be a rather long journey'. As PR, even if it wasn't being filmed, I'd put that close to Gerald Ratner's 'c#ap' remark about his products. How crass! I bet that long-suffering member of staff was distinctly unimpressed.