Julia Hales explores people's thoughts when they face a decision about having a baby with Down syndrome and re-examines her experience as she confronts parents' fears and celebrates the joys of living with Down syndrome.
Celebrities undertake a series of extreme tasks, including jumping backwards out of a helicopter and hand to hand combat, as they begin the challenge of completing the gruelling SAS selection course.
Paul meets chatty nine-year-old Ocean who was in perfect health until she woke up one morning with a mysterious swelling on her forehead. Ocean tells Paul she's been diagnosed with Pott's puffy tumour.
Paul meets three-year-old Angel who is a regular visitor to Eagle Ward. Angel has been visiting GOSH three times a week for two and a half years as she needs dialysis while she waits for a new kidney.
After 10 weeks, Emma's time as a maternity care assistant comes to an emotional end. Katherine's hopes of a natural birth are over once she's rushed in to theatre.
First time mother-to-be Maddy is taken to theatre after her baby's heart rate drops. Emma is taught to give breastfeeding support, a subject close to her heart.
Angela Rippon looks into the new ways that scientists are trying to fight bacterial infections, as they try to combat antibiotic resistance.
Emma undertakes bereavement training. Tara suffers a cord prolapse while in labour, a high risk situation that puts her unborn baby in immediate danger.
Emma shocks everyone and takes a turn for the worse while observing a procedure in theatre. She seeks advice from her mum, Cathy. Bea survives a scare after her birth.
Emma meets second-time mum Lianne who is expecting twins, but complications mean they might be delivered prematurely. Carly is kept waiting by her second baby.
Paul meets 12-year-old Amelie, who's been coming to GOSH since she was a baby with a rare case of juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Amelie struggles to walk far and has physiotherapy and medication to keep her mobile.
Emma begins life as a maternity care assistant on a busy maternity ward and is put straight to work. She supports the community midwife team with the home delivery of Laura's third child.
Concern grows in NSW as health authorities investigate a number of mystery coronavirus cases. Melbourne's rolling 14-day average may not get below five by the October 19 deadline. The impact of US President Donald Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis on the US election.
Paul meets Ruth whose 14-week old baby Ezra is admitted. Paul is smitten by Esra who has tracheo-oesophageal fistula, a rare congenital condition that means he has trouble swallowing food.
Paul O'Grady immerses himself in the Great Ormond Street Hospital. This series is a celebration of the brave children who come to the hospital for life-changing treatment. Paul meets 13-year-old Mackenzie.
After the 2018 ball tampering scandal, Australian cricket is in crisis. A captain, a vice-captain and a young batsman have been banned, and a new captain and coach must lead the team into a new era.
US President Donald Trump tests positive for coronavirus. A travel bubble to allow New Zealand residents to travel to NSW and NT from October 16. Victoria on track to ease more restrictions on October 19. Tasmania to reopen to COVID-19 safe states from October 26.
Travelling to its cultural home of Benin, Todd undergoes his own initiation into voodoo, hoping to delve past the stigma and truly understand this unique and powerful religion.
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