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One Born Every Minute is back tonight with its tenth series

One Born Every Minute

One Born Every Minute continues on Channel 4 tonight with its brand new series.

It's the elventh episode of the show's tenth season.

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One Born Every Minute is filmed in one of only two hospitals in the UK dedicated to the care and treatment of women and their families; Liverpool Women’s Hospital.

It is the largest hospital of its kind in Europe and is a nationally recognised Centre of Excellence, boasting some of the most respected clinicians in their field.

Filming from the reception desk to the neo-natal ward; from the operating theatre to the birthing pool, the life-affirming and tender series captures the beginning of life as it really happens.

With around 40, fixed rig remotely operated cameras, One Born Every Minute observes in candid detail the dramatic, emotional and often funny moments that go hand in hand with bringing a new life into the world, from the perspective of the soon-to-be parents and family, as well as the hospital staff.

In tonight's episode, Kiefer, who's 22, knows what it's like to be a man in a woman's world. His upbringing in a strong female household has made him eager to be the ultimate birthing partner for his girlfriend Sophie. But following life-threatening complications during the birth of their first child, can Kiefer hold it together this time?

Third-time mum Amanda, who's 32, arrives mid-contractions, with her sister Michelle by her side. They both hope that the birthing experience will bring them closer together.

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Having previously suffered a miscarriage and an ectopic pregnancy, 33-year-old Rhoanne is excited about meeting her second baby, but when he gets stuck there's a race against time to deliver him.

One Born Every Minute airs at 9PM on Channel 4.

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