All shows in the Family and Parenting category

  1. 15,000 Kids and Counting

    15,000 Kids and Counting

    2 Episodes

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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.

  2. 15 Kids and Counting

    15 Kids and Counting

    3 Episodes

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    Three-part series exploring the lives of some of the UK's biggest families

  3. The Three Day Nanny

    The Three Day Nanny

    4 Episodes

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    Professional nanny Kathryn Mewes helps restore peace and calm to households in distress using her unique three day plan for families

  4. Kate Garraway

    Other People's Breast Milk

    1 Episode

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    Kate Garraway investigates the pros and cons of cross-feeding, breast milk donation and wet-nursing by meeting some of the growing numbers of women who share each other's breast milk

  5. One Born: What Happened Next?

    One Born: What Happened Next?

    3 Series, 13 Episodes

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    Special programmes revisiting One Born Every Minute couples as they come to terms with the reality of parenthood

  6. Parents and Teens

    Parents and Teens: Welcome to My World

    10 Episodes

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    An intimate portrait of family life from two different perspectives - those of teenager and parent

  7. Jo Frost Extreme Parental Guidance

    Jo Frost: Extreme Parental Guidance

    6 Episodes

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    Jo Frost gives mums and dads the honest, insightful, no-nonsense parenting advice they need

  8. One Born: Twins and Triplets

    One Born: Twins and Triplets

    1 Episode

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    A special episode following four One Born Every Minute couples through their multiple pregnancies and births, and the unexpected turns they take

  9. The pupils

    Secret Life of the Classroom

    1 Episode

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    The first year at school is viewed through the eyes of four and five year olds with particular emphasis on how friendships are formed and conflicts negotiated

  10. Child Genius

    Child Genius

    4 Episodes

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    Earlier this year, 21 highly gifted children aged seven to 11 were selected to take part in a competition run in association with British Mensa, to find the UK's ultimate child genius

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