The emotional rollercoaster ride continues. Are the Bullocks, Sepiks and beleaguered mother Anita finally managing - with the help of Dr Tanya Byron - to find solutions to the problems posed by their temperamental children? Hosted by Claudia Winkleman.
4/8; series four. Single dad John is convinced Ryan, 9, Karl, 7, and Kirsty, 4, have been put on the planet with the sole intention of making him suffer. Can Dr Stephen Briers tame the trio, get John to stop feeling sorry for himself and pull the family back from the brink? New.
5/10. On the labour ward, a staff shortage leaves midwife Liz to deliver three babies in one shift and cope with one that's not breathing properly. Meanwhile, Jill gives second-time mother Marie the perfect home birth.
Nicola Etheridge is addicted to buying tat, so much so that she's accrued £20,000 of debt and has had to remortgage her flat just to stay afloat. Can psychological coach Benjamin Fry get to the root of the problem?
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