Listen on the go: Four Days investigation, narrated by Kevin Donovan, airs on Channel 4 at 8.20pm on Thursday 22 June 2015.
It’s been three years since the Grenfell tragedy – one of the most devastating events in modern British history – but the fire still burns, even if the wounds have not healed.
The BBC’s Four Days Investigates has been looking into the tragedy, following our first on-the-ground look at the day after the fire: our exclusive story in June 2016.
Four Days continues to gather the latest evidence about what happened, as well as exploring the question of why.
We spoke to residents who survived the fire, families who lost loved ones in its aftermath and fire fighters who worked on the night, as well as members of the emergency services – all of whom share their memories of that night.
It’s the latest in a series of investigations into the disaster for the broadcaster.
The programme will be broadcast on Thursday 22 June 2015 (Channel 4 at 8.20pm), on BBC News at 10pm that evening.
The programme was first broadcast on 25 November 2015, and is broadcast on the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower tragedy on Thursday 22 June every year.
Here is a timeline of events as they unfolded in that night (in timecode):
The day after the Grenfell disaster, in pictures 17 show all The day after the Grenfell disaster, in pictures 1/17 A tribute at the Grenfell Tower after the fire Tue, 1 Jun 2017 According to the Kensington & Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation, this is the last day residents would be allowed to use the stairs, as the lifts would be out of service until at least Monday 2/17 A young woman walks across the road as residents stand behind her in solidarity after the Grenfell Tower fire Tue, 1 Jun 2017 Residents react after the Grenfell Tower fire on Kensington High Street in west London, where a building is now considered unsafe and is expected to be demolished on Wednesday 3/17 People gather outside the Grenfell Tower in west London, where