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10.09.03

FACTUAL & ARTS TV


ONE life - new BBC ONE documentary strand


Press pack and video clips available


Diane is an alcoholic and mum to Nanzer. Using a camcorder Nanzer tells the story of what it is like to have a mum who drinks"ONE life is BBC ONE's brand new documentary strand.


"From Wednesday 24 September at 10.35pm viewers will be treated to a series of high quality and compelling films which reflect life in contemporary Britain.


"As Strand Editor, I've commissioned films from some of the most talented and innovative directors in the UK. The results offer an unflinching view of the realities of everyday life.


"They also show the incredible warmth, honesty and hope that often surfaces in the way in which we live our lives.


"Some of the films are observational, others are characterised by the director's personal take on a subject, whilst another is narrated by the film's principal character.


"The strand is moving, thought-provoking, revelatory and ambitious in the range of subjects it covers.


"As social documentaries they are distinctively upbeat. I hope you enjoy them."


Todd Austin, Strand Editor, ONE life


Notes to Editors


The ONE life press pack is available below in PDF format, by programmes or as a complete pack.


You may require Adobe Acrobat Software to read PDF files which can be obtained here.


Full ONE life press pack (779 KB)


Lager, Mum and Me (157 KB)


Size Doesn't Matter (178 KB)


A New Life For Delise (186 KB)


Rat Attack (169 KB)


Diary Of A Delinquent (189 KB)


Beating The Bullies (166 KB)


Scared To Leave Home (171 KB)


Video clips


Scared To Leave Home (31.10.03)


Beating The Bullies (29.10.03)


A New Life For Delise (08.10.03)


Size Doesn't Matter (30.09.03)


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