In this episode, two mothers offer their young daughters plenty of support during labour after unplanned pregnancies. Sam, who's 23, is covered in tattoos, loves heavy metal and keeps a pet snake. As a teenager, she went off the rails, arguing with her mum every day, drinking and stealing money, before running away from home and ending up sleeping rough. Claire, who's 20, and Clint, who's 23, met in a nightclub in Leeds. They both admit they're very shy but the drink did the talking. Since then, she says they've been inseparable... apart from when they split up, which was when Claire found out she was pregnant.
One Born Every Minute. Channel 4: 9.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 21:25 | Wednesday 9th January 2013 | TV Highlights
Who's Buying Ireland?
This is one documentary that should get the country talking. Financial journalist Ian Kehoe meets the overseas investors who...RTE One |New!
Savita's Story: A Silent Killer
It's been about 14 months since 31-year-old Savita Halappanavar's death in a Galway hospital in October 2012. The story made...TV3 |New!
The Royal Variety Performance 2013
John Bishop's at the helm of an action packed night of entertainment from the London Palladium. This year's line-up features...UTV |New!
Neven Maguire: Home Chef Christmas...
Who could say no to a bit of festive food, served up by our very own Neven Maguire eh? The award-winning chef demonstrates...RTE One |New!
RTE 2: 10.00pm
RTE continues it's assault on Monday night comedy as Aidan Power presents a hidden-camera prank show targeting the country's...RTE Two |New!
Liberty of London
Channel 4: 9.00pm
Managing director Ed Burstell and buyer Stephen Ayres head to Fashion Week to decide what Liberty will be selling in six...Channel 4 |New!
No comments have been posted for this article yet. Be the first!
Log in to leave a comment
The opinions expressed here are those of the viewer and do not reflect those of Entertainment.ie. Entertainment.ie accepts no responsibility, legal or otherwise, for their accuracy of content. Please contact us to report abusive content