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7-63 Up
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The original 7 Up, broadcast in 1964 as a World in Action special, featured children from widely different social backgrounds sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. Inspired by World in Action founder editor Tim Hewat's passionate interest in both the Jesuit saying: Give me the child until he is seven and I will show you the man and his anger at Britain's rigid class system, this unique, groundbreaking series set out to discover how far the children's lives were pre-determined by their background. Director Michael Apted has returned every seven years to chart the group's progress, documenting the participants as they have become adults and now reach retirement age, dealing with everything life has thrown at them in between with life-changing decisions, shocking announcements and joy and tears in equal measure. The very first example of a programme recording real people living real lives, the Ups have won an array of awards over the years. This very special set contains every instalment in this ground-breaking series from 7 through to 63.

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7-63 UP
24,49 € *
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The original 7 Up, broadcast in 1964 as a World in Action special, featured children from widely different social backgrounds sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. Inspired by World in Action founder editor Tim Hewat's passionate interest in both the Jesuit saying: Give me the child until he is seven and I will show you the man and his anger at Britain's rigid class system, this unique, groundbreaking series set out to discover how far the children's lives were pre-determined by their background. Director Michael Apted has returned every seven years to chart the group's progress, documenting the participants as they have become adults and now reach retirement age, dealing with everything life has thrown at them in between with life-changing decisions, shocking announcements and joy and tears in equal measure. The very first example of a programme recording real people living real lives, the Ups have won an array of awards over the years. This very special set contains every instalment in this ground-breaking series from 7 through to 63.

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63 Up
11,49 € *
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The original 7 Up, broadcast in 1964 as a World in Action special, featured children from widely different social backgrounds sharing their hopes and dreams for the future. Inspired by World in Action founder editor Tim Hewat's passionate interest in both the Jesuit saying: Give me the child until he is seven and I will show you the man and his anger at Britain's rigid class system, this unique, groundbreaking series set out to discover how far the children's lives were pre-determined by their background. Director Michael Apted has returned every seven years to chart the group's progress, documenting the participants as they have become adults and entered middle-age, dealing with everything life has thrown at them in between; the very first example of a programme recording real people living real lives, this ground-breaking series has won an array of awards. Now, as the group reach retirement age, the series is back to discover what has been happening in their lives. Across three programmes, 63 Up reveals more life-changing decisions, more shocking announcements and joy and tears in equal measure.

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The Prisoner
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Part action series, part psychedelic fantasy, part allegory, Patrick McGoohan's masterpiece, The Prisoner, was initially touted as a sequel to his earlier spy series, Danger Man. But when it was first broadcast in 1967 TV audiences were puzzled; when the show was cancelled 17 episodes later due to declining viewing figures, no one was any the wiser. Shot in the picturesque surroundings of Portmeirion in North Wales, whose architectural fantasies provided an ideal backdrop for the show's surrealism, The Prisoner has subsequently been recognised as one of the most innovative and thought-provoking series ever to be broadcast. Despite the primary-coloured flower-power look, the show's bold ideas haven't dated at all, proving that The Prisoner was simply years ahead of its time. McGoohan is Number 6, a man whose resignation from the secret service (seen every week in a montage title sequence--itself an impressionistic TV landmark) triggers his abduction and imprisonment in The Village , a sort of open prison for spies where everyone has a number not a name. It's a pretty comfortable place and the other inhabitants all seem passively to accept the situation, allowing the Village authorities to control and limit their actions without protest (escape attempts are thwarted by mysterious bubble-shaped guards called Rovers ). Number 6, however, is an indomitable freedom fighter whose refusal to accept the status quo is a metaphor for the individual ego struggling against the forces of social conformity: I am not a number I am a free man is the series' most resonant catchphrase. The Village's allegorical microcosm of society is presided over by Number 2, played by a different actor every week, with whom Number 6 clashes repeatedly in a battle of wills as he continually questions the authority that has imprisoned him ( Who is Number 1? ). In turn the Kafkaesque authorities try to discover the reason why he resigned. His trenchant refusal to provide any reason at all is itself a powerful assertion of individual freedom. The series culminates in perhaps the most bizarre and psychedelic TV episode ever made, Fallout , in which Number 6's revelatory discovery of the real power that keeps him imprisoned raises more questions than it answers. --Mark Walker --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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7-49 UP
17,49 € *
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The original Seven Up was broadcast in 1964 as a one-off World in Action special, featuring children who were selected from different backgrounds and social spheres to talk about their hopes and dreams for the future. As members of the generation that would be running the country by the year 2000, what did they think they would become? Inspired by World In Action founder editor Tim Hewat's passionate interest in both the Jesuit saying, Give me the child until he is seven and I will show you the man , and the rigid class system of 1960s Britain, Seven Up set out to discover whether or not the children's lives were pre-determined by their background. The result is groundbreaking television - the very first example of a programme recording real people living real lives - and the follow-up films have won an array of awards. Director Michael Apted, who has since moved to Hollywood to direct films, has returned every seven years to chart the children's progress through life. Over the past five decades, the series has documented the group as they have become adults and entered middle age, dealing with everything life has thrown at them in between. This DVD release has been made with the co-operation of the Up production team and features an in-depth interview with Michael Apted on both the series of films and his time as a staff director/producer at Granada, as well as contributor-specific commentaries with producer Claire Lewis, film editor Kim Horton and cameraman George Jesse Turner.

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Queen Elizabeth II: The Diamond Celebration
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For sixty years Queen Elizabeth II has reigned over Great Britain and the Commonwealth. To commemorate her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, this major new 90 minute documentary has been filmed in HD for international television broadcast. Much of the Queen’s film archive of her days as a young Princess, her coronation, and her early days as Queen have been scanned into High Definition for the first ever time by Pinewood Studios allowing Queen Elizabeth II – The Diamond Celebration to be released on both Blu-ray and DVD with exclusive and previously unseen footage of the young Queen. As one the two young Princesses, Elizabeth captured the hearts of the nation and although her reign has seen major social, political and cultural changes, she has remained a traditionalist. Whilst governments have come and gone, the Queen has remained, never losing her sense of duty. Queen Elizabeth II - The Diamond Celebration tells the fascinating story of the Queen who has served her nation throughout good and bad: from the Second World War; her marriage to Prince Philip; the death of her father King George VI; her Coronation and sixty year reign, Queen Elizabeth II - The Diamond Celebration is the definitive story of how the young Princess became a regal Queen. Bonus features: Contributions from Robert Lacy, Nicholas Owen, Dame Helen Mirren, Gyles Brandreth, Tim Heald, Hugo Vickers, Camilla Tominey and Ingrid Seward HD scanning and post production by Pinewood Studios From the makers of Margaret Thatcher: The Iron Lady 30 minute feature remastered in HD of The Queen and Prince Phillip's 1963 Royal Tour of New Zealand

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Equal is Equal, Fair is Fair (eBook, ePUB)
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Equal is Equal, Fair is Fair is about Vermont's push during the last 25 years for equity in education, marriage benefits for same-sex couples, and health care services. Why Vermont, and why success in the first two areas but not the third? What's the history behind these movements? Key is Vermont's constitution, the least amended of any state constitution in the country. It contains a vision for equity that's created through citizens' equal access to society's privileges and benefits. Some social scientists believe that the application of reason to bring about collaboration is an ability that sets humans apart from other animals. Striving toward equity becomes one of the most important tasks a society must take up if it hopes to work together to accomplish more than individuals working alone can do. "This is an engaging inside story of how movements for social justice that began in a small state have led to big social change," said David Goodman, author and host of the radio broadcast, The Vermont Conversation.

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Equal is Equal, Fair is Fair (eBook, ePUB)
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Equal is Equal, Fair is Fair is about Vermont's push during the last 25 years for equity in education, marriage benefits for same-sex couples, and health care services. Why Vermont, and why success in the first two areas but not the third? What's the history behind these movements? Key is Vermont's constitution, the least amended of any state constitution in the country. It contains a vision for equity that's created through citizens' equal access to society's privileges and benefits. Some social scientists believe that the application of reason to bring about collaboration is an ability that sets humans apart from other animals. Striving toward equity becomes one of the most important tasks a society must take up if it hopes to work together to accomplish more than individuals working alone can do. "This is an engaging inside story of how movements for social justice that began in a small state have led to big social change," said David Goodman, author and host of the radio broadcast, The Vermont Conversation.

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Language patterns Social motivations and Discou...
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Language patterns Social motivations and Discourse strategies ab 67.99 € als Taschenbuch: Exploring contemporary FM Broadcast in Ghana. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medienwissenschaft,

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