Explore the minds of seven-year-olds' imaginations and how they respond to creativity.
Professor Robert Winston continues to follow the development of a group of children born at the turn of the millennium.
Professor Robert Winston explores the psychology of success and follows the lives of five families who are all striving.
The ability to learn new skills is the most powerful ability humans have, but how and why do we learn?
How do we work out what is right or wrong? Do we get our values from our parents, or somewhere else?.
James Cachia's relationship with his sister is under threat since his mum's ex-partner came back into their lives; identical twins share everything except how they see their relationship.
Robert Winston looks at the old question of whether we are born or made.
Follow the progress of seven of the children during their first term at school.
How their presence and their absence can impact their children's development.
A look at how the children spend their time.
A troubling year for the children as they come to grips with their identity.
Self-esteem is a key element of happiness and success.
How we develop the art of speech.
Professor Robert Winston tackles the age-old question of whether we are born or made.
Life becomes one long battle when toddlers become self-aware and want to get their own way.
The deep personal power of memory and how they effect our lives.