This episode follows the stories of women who approach the pain of childbirth in very different ways. One mum who experienced a traumatic first labour and is terrified of what the second will bring, and another who refused to attend any antenatal classes, feeling that - for her - ignorance will be bliss.
Robin Williams, who's experienced both the highs and lows of substance abuse, hosts a groundbreaking TV experiment. Four heavy users on four of America's most abused drugs perform a series of physical tests to show exactly how drugs work.
The University of Indiana recently conducted the most thorough census into the intimate life of Americans since Kinsey's groundbreaking report in the 1960s. Now, the Kinsey Institute, in partnership with Discovery Channel, will release new and unpublished data that explores what Americans are really up to in bed and with whom.
British actor Stephen Fry embarks on a deeply personal journey: HIV. Stephen delves into the complex world of HIV and, in his usual critical but compassionate manner, examines society's understanding of the virus.
On the face of it, Lawrence Koomson has an enviable life. Tall, dark and talented, the Ghanaian-born doctor lives and works in London, where he has made medicine his life. But Koomson has a secret. At 33, he has never been through puberty. He has never had a pimple, never grown facial hair and never had an erection. He's trapped in the body of a 12-year-old boy.