7 plus seven

United Kingdom, 1971

TV show
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Episode of Series “World in action”.
Fourteen children from a variety of school backgrounds, interviewed in 1964 for television about their hopes and aspirations, are followed up seven years later. Extracts from the first program, made when the children were seven years old, are shown and the children comment on any changes in their ideas.

Credits

producer/director

Michael Apted

production company

Granada Television International

Language

English

Duration

00:56:00:00

Colour

Colour

ACMI Identifier

28404

Subject categories

Advertising, Film, Journalism, Mass Media & TV → Television

Documentary

Documentary → Documentary films - Great Britain

Economics, Philosophy, Politics, Religion & Sociology → Adolescence

Economics, Philosophy, Politics, Religion & Sociology → Great Britain - Social conditions

Economics, Philosophy, Politics, Religion & Sociology → Social classes

Economics, Philosophy, Politics, Religion & Sociology → Social structure - Great Britain

Family, Gender Identity, Relationships & Sexuality → Adolescence

Family, Gender Identity, Relationships & Sexuality → Child development

Food, Health, Lifestyle, Medicine, Psychology & Safety → Child development

Food, Health, Lifestyle, Medicine, Psychology & Safety → Psychology

History → History

Television

Sound/audio

Sound

Holdings

16mm film; Limited Access Print (Section 2)

16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)

VHS; Access Print (Section 1)

16mm film; Preservation Print (Section 5)

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