The Time Of Television Show

1317 WordsApr 9, 20176 Pages
An all-time favorite television show in England was very popular in the 20th century. It started off with 14 boys, but only 10 appeared in all series. Not only was this a top hit show, but there was a meaning behind it all. This documentary started in 1964 when the participants were all 7. As the participants grew older they became less talkative. It must be hard to be followed around with a camera having to talk about personal stuff. These brave kids took that risk. Although some participants did not continue until the end of the series we still get a glimpse of their lives. Chosen participants ranged from a wide variety. Some poor, some rich, some went to school, some went straight to work, and some got married, while some did not.…show more content…
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