TV shows and films coming in September
"I'm having a really great time. I'm wondering maybe this is something they'll consider doing every year?"
Best shows to watch from Better Call Saul to Ripper Street
Review: Mocking foreigners and ageism - can this series sink any lower?
Review An impressively even-handed look at America's young guns
Review Children of Syria, BBC2
Review: The devastating story of the West's real fashion victims
Review: Utopia, Channel 4
First look review: The X Factor only exists on the judging panel
It makes no apology for its tweeness or its terrible puns
21 Up: New Generation, BBC1 - TV review: A third instalment proves that a more diverse Britain is worth celebrating
Michael Apted's original Up series still stands as the greatest documentary achievement in British television history. But as of 2012's eighth episode, the original participants had all reached their fifties, so it stands to reason that the BBC would see an opportunity for a youthful twist. 21 Up: New Generation (BBC1) is the third instalment of this second cycle, first aired to coincide with the millennium. Like the original, it features 14 participants, selected to reflect contemporary Britain and filmed at intervals of seven years.
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