15,000 Kids and Counting

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On average, one child is taken into care every 20 minutes in Britain. This series has unparalleled access to the entire adoption process, from social workers to birth parents and adopters.

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On average, one child is taken into care every 20 minutes in Britain. This series has unparalleled access to the entire adoption process, from social workers to birth parents and adopters.

Series 1 Summary

On average, one child is taken into care every 20 minutes in Britain. This series has unparalleled access to the entire adoption process, from social workers to birth parents and adopters.

  • 15,000 Kids and Counting

    Episode 1 - The Decision

    The first episode follows social workers whose job it is to take children away from their parents and meets parents who are desperately fighting to keep their children

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    Episode 2 - The Search

    This episode follows the search for adoptive parents for a two-year-old boy and a three and seven-year-old brother and sister

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    Episode 3 - The Transition

    The final episode charts the transition from familiar foster home to the unknown of new adopted parents

15,000 Kids and Counting synopsis

On average, one child is taken into care every 20 minutes in Britain. This series has unparalleled access to the entire adoption process, from social workers to birth parents and adopters.

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