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Child of our time bbc

In the year the BBC embarked on a ground-breaking project – to follow the lives of 25 babies born in the UK. At 16, these children of our time are almost fully grown. They are now free to live by themselves, have sex, get married, pay taxes and even have children of their own. In this two-part series, BBC One finds out. Cookies on the BBC website. The BBC has updated its cookie policy. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. This includes cookies from third party social media websites if you visit a page which contains embedded content from social media. Such third party cookies may track your. Child of Our Time is a documentary commissioned by the BBC, co-produced with the Open University and presented by Robert Winston. It follows the lives of 25 children, born at the beginning of the 21st century, as they grow from infancy, through childhood, and on to becoming young adults.

4 Apr Child of Our Time, the BBC1 documentary that tracks the development of 25 British children born in the year Photograph: Gary Moyes/BBC/Gary Moyes. Ah yes, Child of Our Time (BBC1), the documentary that tracks the development of 25 British children born in the year It's like the brilliant Up. 3 Apr “Being 16 freaks me out. Like, I'm not an adult, I'm not ready to be an adult yet,” says Rebecca from the BBC's Child of Our Time. “It's almost like I've just transformed into an entirely different person,” says Taliesin. Twenty-five kids have been followed by cameras since birth so the public can watch them grow. BBC's A Child Of Our Time stars turn sixteen - and have surprising attitudes to sex, smoking and drinking. Professor Robert Winston finds differences with previous generations and says his class of 'give every cause for optimism'. Share; Comments. By. Sara Wallis. , 31 MAR ; Updated , 31 MAR

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