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|Up New Generation|
|Directed by||Julian Farino|
|Narrated by||Alun Armstrong|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Distributor||British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)|
|Original network||BBC One|
Up New Generationis a new version of the Up Series , following the lives of a group of individuals who were seven years old at the turn of the millennium.
The series is directed by Julian Farino and began with 7Up 2000, first broadcast in April 2000. The second instalment, 14 Up 2000, aired in two parts on BBC One in September 2007.
21 Up New Generation was broadcast in September 2014 in two parts,while 28 Up is due to be broadcast on BBC One in Autumn 2021 with the new subtitle Millennium Generation.
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