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Title The Seven Ages Of Drinking / Director: Anderson, Ross
Published Australia : ABC2, 2009
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Summary *Adult Themes and Coarse Language*British television presenter Cherry Healey explores women's attitudes to alcohol in this one-hour documentary.Cherry drinks with women across the UK, discovering what girls drink, where they drink and how their tastes change throughout their lives. Cherry spends time with women of seven different age groups, from teenagers drinking in their bedrooms to a group of grannies on a boozy trip. Along the way she discovers their embarrassing drunken secrets and learns that some women want to grow old disgracefully.Cherry also finds out why women get bad press for their drunken behaviour and how people - both sexes of all ages, can drink more responsibly, while still enjoying themselves.PRODUCTION DETAILS:Produced, directed and filmed by Ross Anderson. Executive Producers: Donna Clarke and Alex Cooke. Executive Producer for BBC: Harry Lansdown. Renegade Pictures Production for BBC
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-09-08 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: MA
Subject Alcoholism -- Age factors.
Drinking behavior.
Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- Social aspects.
Middle-aged persons -- Attitudes.
Students -- Alcohol use.
Women -- Alcohol use.
United Kingdom.
Form Streaming video
Author Anderson, Ross, director
Healey, Cherry, host