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Anthony Calo : Their jeans are all high and tight

Futures : it just goes to show that we are the product of our environment/culture

LemonyScabs : *I don't want to get married because she'll make me eat my greens (vegetables)" xDDD hahaha he was so serious about it too, life altering decision to have someone keep making you eat their cooking like mum.

AGDinCA : It's hard to believe these children are 7 years old. I work with 2nd graders and it's hard to imagine even the highest achievers engaging in these types of conversation or providing these answers. And NONE of them have boy/ girl/friends.

Oliver Lindsay : 'suppose she cooks me greens and I don't like greens?' brilliant

Humayra Akbar : "To go to Africa, to teach people who are uncivilised to be good" - such a telling statement.

Wanna be a Subscriber : I thought this was going to be about lemon lime flavored soda

Liam Daley : I remember watching this program growing up in manchester england with my mum and dad brings back lots off memories, I miss those days we didnt have much but we were happy , its amazing how much I can relate to alot off the children in this program makes me cry with happiness and sadness , I love watching old television programs from my youth time does fly by

Marconzilla : all of their ears are huge

Lexie Love : I wonder if people are doing something similar to this for today's youth? The world they're living in now is vastly different than mine ('98) or my parents' world ('54) ('64). My nephew and kids around his age tend to just expect all screens to be touch screens and to have their favorite shows be ready for them instantly, it's fascinating to see how all of this exposure they're having now is going to affect who they are as people in the future.

mag G : I first saw this when PBS ran it in the late 80's, I remember seeing the series through age 28 at that time. I've never forgotten it and often wondered if they kept going, I'm glad to find they did. I was absolutely captivated by it...

puzzlepiece : "After the zoo and the party we took the children to an abandoned construction site where they played with, and on, dangerous objects and all of them died from easily preventable accidents and that's what the 60s were like. The end."

Rashida Roberta Bint Robert Pierce : Niel was so cute as a little boy and so bright then he had some very hard times was sad to watch

Andy Dunbar : Thanks for uploading this, the best british documentary series ever made in my opinion

Jaymzzeppelin : This has been a glimpse, into Britains future BA BA BUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUM That ominous end tho x'D

sharon plant : Feel so bad for young lad in care bless him. He looks so sad .

Road Wonder : I saw the first episode for the first time by happy accident in 2011. Searched every now and again for the rest of it. I was willing to buy it but it was unavailable in DVD at the time. Finally! In 2013 I experienced my first bing watching with Seven Up. Facinating and thought provoking - am looking forward to 63 Up in 2019.

Jessica Morrison : Thanks john green

Lydia Smith : What makes us how we are? Are we born or made? How does our relationships with our parents lead to how we turn up? I was (just) too young to watch this in 1964 but my parents loved it - psychiatrist and infant teacher - they were so interested and rightly so. We are so lucky so many of these children have continued to allow us a glimpse into their lives over all these years. Those of us who were born in the 60s in a sense mirror them. How have we all turned out and why. Let us hope we can keep up the series until every last one of them (and me too of course) are longer with us.

VaMPy : "We go ahhhhhhh"

robert creese : The making of tough people. No whining.

Lenn : Bruce is a goddamn commie

posthumorously : Rest in peace, Lynn. I was so sad to read what happened to her. :(

Micheal Wilson : 2pac gives a thumbs up in Australia and everyone

Lucky Fish : This is an excellent series!!!

Big Max : Hi, I'm trying to find the title and composer for the music in the closing credits, does anyone know? Sounds like it could be Ronnie Hazlehurst maybe. If anyone has any info please reply. Thank you, thank you x. Wonderful doco, btw.

FallFrenzy9 : did anyone else came here from typing the soda 7 up?

Mai Yaoqian : the documentary is very useful and open my mind, I can even be remind by what my childhood was by those children.

Martin Jacquemyns : It's weird to say but they all look very pretty

Adam Haase : For anyone's interest, the song at abut 31:35 is The Monotones - What Would I Do?

N 89J00X : I love each one of these people.

Tatts Kink : Wonderful series looking forward to catching up with them in 2019

Croatia Sarar : спасибо !

Go Away Bad Cats : anyone else just starting this Ebner project? lmaooo

Micheal Wilson : Neil is OK ok

Horatio Redgreenblue : Yorkshire boy and the boy who wants to be a missionary are the best - hope they do well. Prep school boy on the left seems machiavellian.

Hériat M : You can tell who the poor, trashy kids are right off...

David Xu : Fond memory’s of this.

Liam Daley : I remember watching this program growing

Keith Ward : 29:52 "Oh yes.."

Adelheid Magdalene Kenter : Frank, kannst du so gut englisch???? jeder Kommentar nur in englisch schade,,,,wir haben so eine schöne Sprache, klar verstehe ich vieles, nicht wirklich den ganzen Kontext.....

Maggie Adams : I just found them all to be very sweet! The class divide hasn't disappeared has it? I love this documentary because it captures the era I grew up in. The lack of health and safety is refreshing for me. It's so honest.

Carol Lambies : I was about the same age in 1964.What a great year here in the USA. The Beatles,The World's Fair and the best shows ever.And twin English girls my age who moved into the neighborhood.

Adelheid Magdalene Kenter : ist mir nur in Englisch zu anstrengend, so gut kann ich nicht Englisch, dass ich den Sinn der Geschichte nicht wirklich verstehe, gut wäre , wenn man es mit deutschem Text unterlegen könnte, das meine ich , dann hätten mehr Leute was davon.....

Mindy Lee : When I grow up I’m going to be a missionary, later same child says I’m going to Africa to teach uncivilized people, how to be good. 👀👀🤫🤫🤫

Authentic Gay Blog : Incredibly moving to watch! My favs are Tony blimey he was a little bruiser and Symon! Shocking in some ways so little has changed.

Pat Reeves : 'When I grow up I want to be an astronaut, but if I can't be an astronaut I think I'll be a coach driver'

Mwambak : YMH

Bridge Rockway : That kid really said "stop it at once"

Joe Schmo : See...this is why you should vote for Corbyn.