Charlie needs to gain weight in order for his liver transplant to have the best rate of success.
See more on Inside Birmingham Children’s Hospital on Fly On The Wall.
Heart-warming series meeting the families visiting Birmingham Children’s Hospital going behind the scenes following the young patients, their families and the staff caring for them.
Children are rushed in and doctors save the day, while, for added emotional effect, they have drafted in doe-eyed Doctor Who alumnus David Tennant, who narrates with gentle urgency.
| One Born Every Minute is a British observational documentary series which shows activities taking place in the labour ward. A ground-breaking look at the drama and emotion of a maternity unit, from the perspective of the parents-to-be and the maternity ward staff |
| “People say that you can’t believe how much emotion you have but it’s beyond that. It’s like every fibre in your body is just so in love with them. It’s unbelievable.” -Steph Webb, pregnant with triplets
With around 200 sets of triplets born every year in Britain, The Triplets Are Coming is an intimate, sensitive and joyous documentary series, allows viewers a unique insight into the journey faced by couples expecting three babies at once. With exclusive access to the multiple birth clinic at University College Hospital in London, the programme captures the highs and lows experienced during a multiple pregnancy and the medical challenges facing the couples. |
| With the cost of childcare generally far beyond the means of most parents, taxicab firm Addison Lee tests out a new scheme that sees parents working with their babies right by their desks in Babies in the Office. |
| Extraordinary People: Identical Quads is a documentary telling the story of Hertfordshire couple Jose and Julie, who tried for a baby and ended up with four. Julie’s babies developed from the same egg and all fed off the same placenta, with increased risks to their development. This film follows the couple’s extraordinary journey of hope and trepidation as they prepare for this remarkable birth. |
| Give a Pet a Home was filmed at an RSPCA animal centre in Birmingham featuring celebrities who, each week aimed to find a pet a new home.
The series was fronted by Amanda Holden. She said: „I’m so delighted to be hosting this new series that will look into the amazing work the RSPCA do and hopefully we’ll be able to find some much needed new homes for the pets featured on the show. I am just going to have to stop myself from taking them all home with me!” |
| Mr. Bean: The Animated Series, is an animated television sitcom based on the British live-action series of the same name, and the characters included Mr. Bean, Irma Gobb, Teddy, and the Reliant Supervan’s mysterious driver, with the new addition of Mrs. Wicket, Bean’s landlady, and her evil cat Scrapper. In February 2001, the series was officially announced, with it premiering shortly afterwards. |
Mr. Bean is a British sitcom created by Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis, and starring Atkinson as the title character.
Based on a character originally developed by Atkinson while he was studying for his master’s degree at Oxford University, the series follows the exploits of Mr. Bean, described by Atkinson as „a child in a grown man’s body”, in solving various problems presented by everyday tasks and often causing disruption in the process. Bean rarely speaks, and the largely physical humour of the series is derived from his interactions with other people and his unusual solutions to situations. The series was influenced by physical performers such as Jacques Tati and comic actors from silent films. |
| The search is on to find the ultimate Jewish Mum of the Year. Competitive Jewish mums fight it out with a series of gruelling tasks to win the crown, including challenges to test their cooking, matchmaking, home-making abilities, event organising and how well they know their kids. |
| The Family is a British fly-on-the-wall documentary series that follows a chosen family, consisting of parents and their children. The project aim was to gain a picture of everyday family life in the United Kingdom, as film-maker and director Jonathan Smith attempted to „condense four months of ordinary family life into eight films”.The series is a revival of the original series of the same name that first aired in 1974. |