Just one day after four rush-hour blasts killed dozens of people, 10 of the 12 lines on London's subway system have reopened, and commuters have reluctantly boarded trains to head for work.
London police says the death toll is 37, but officials from France and Australia who say they've spoken with British officials put the figure at 50 or more.
Michael Goldfarb of WBUR's Inside Out documentary unit reports from London on the latest developments.
This program aired on July 8, 2005. The audio for this program is not available.