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Datum: 26.06.2008

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BBC_The_Human_Body_(3of7)_-_1st_Steps.srt

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Childhood - from newborn baby to infant.

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From toddler to the first day at school.

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To crawl, to walk, to talk,
to become an individual,

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it is four years of miraculous achievement.

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Never again will the human body
change so fast or learn so much.

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This is the story of that remarkable time.

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It all begins with the most
treacherous journey of our lives,

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from our mother's womb to the outside world.

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As recently as Victorian times,
one in 20 babies died during birth.

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Death affected everybody, including royalty.

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Here in Windsor Castle is a memorial
to Princess Charlotte and her son.

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BBC_The_Human_Body_(4of7)_-_Raging_Teens.srt

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What you are about to see
is one of the miracles of nature,

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the extraordinary transformation
that will turn this caterpillar into a butterfly.

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But we human beings go through a
transformation that is just as dramatic.

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0ver four agonising years,
our bodies and minds are transformed.

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At the end of it, like the butterfly,
we'll be sexually mature.

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This incredible change is called puberty.

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Best thing about puberty?
That would be my voice getting deeper.

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Girls start liking you and you start liking girls.

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It's very interesting. I like it a lot.

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Worse thing? God!

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The worst th

BBC_The_Human_Body_(5of7)_-_Brain_Power.srt

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Between the turmoil of puberty
and the decline of old age,

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the human body reaches its peak.

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In biological terms, as adults,
we are the finished article.

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Now is the time when we begin to live
our life, rather than prepare for life.

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There's something unique
about the adult body

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which has made us the most
powerful animal species on Earth.

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It has enabled us
to rule the natural world.

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It has given us the flexibility
to escape the confines of our planet,

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to venture out into space.

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We've even managed
to explore inside our own bodies.

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Every day, doctors make repairs
to our internal world.

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BBC_The_Human_Body_(6of7)_-_As_Time_Goes_By.srt

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If we take a line of people,

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one from each year of life
from birth to a hundred,

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what we see is the remarkable
development of human ageing.

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As we journey through
the first stages of our lives,

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our bodies develop
to meet the challenges of each new age.

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Year by year, we're continually
developing, growing stronger,

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becoming more intellectually alert

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and more sexually mature.

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All these changes bring us
to the point where we can reproduce,

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and so pass on our genes
to the next generation.

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But what's particularly
remarkable is that we go on.

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0n beyond the child-bearing yea

BBC_The_Human_Body_(7of7)_-_The_End_of_Life.srt

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We go about our daily lives
hardly ever considering our final fate.

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Yet at every moment,
we are surrounded by death.

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Around 60 people will die in the United Kingdom
before the end of this programme.

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We seldom witness death. 0ften our only
experience is from films and television,

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which can present it
as a violent and painful event.

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We are reluctant
to face up to our own mortality,

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to confront the truth
that in the midst of life, we are in death.

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In this final part of the story of the human body,
we take a difficult journey to see what happens

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when this mass
of biological activity ceases to be,

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to see how all the previous ages of our existen

BBC_The_Human_Body_(1of7)_-_Life_Story.srt

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There is one thing that everyone
on Earth has in common.

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We all live, eat and breathe
within the human body.

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For two years, I have been exploring
this unique dwelling place.

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I want to show you what I have seen.

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To come with me,
you'll have to cross the globe,

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from Australia,

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through Africa,

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to America.

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You'll have to journey into space,

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and into a place as mysterious
but much closer to home.

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We've developed new techniques
to help you get there.

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New cameras to show you the way.

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And we'll look at familiar things
with a fresh eye.

BBC_The_Human_Body_(2of7)_-_An_Everyday_Miracle.srt

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(FAST HEARTBEAT)

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You're looking at a baby's heart.

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It's beating 120 times a minute.

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But, amazingly, it's not the only thing
keeping this human being alive.

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That's done by the most sophisticated
life-support machine on Earth.

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To find that machine,
we have to leave the heart

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and travel through an artery
the thickness of a drinking straw.

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(L0UD SW00SHING)

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Every one of us has an almost
identical network of arteries and veins.

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Identical, that is, except for this one.

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No one watching has a blood vessel like this.

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It's a spiralling link
between this body and its life-support





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