The BBC’s eight-part series The Human Body charts the stages of life, from pregnancy to death. The title sequence focuses on the ‘line of age’ concept in the sixth programme, where people aged from one to 100 are placed alongside each other in a wood. BBC art director Tim Goodchild used images from the line-up, adjusting the original shots for taste and decency. Goodchild worked on the programme and titles with series producer Richard Dale. The first prog-ramme went out yesterday.
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