Panorama is a BBC Television investigative current affairs documentary programme. First broadcast in 1953, it is the world’s longest-running current affairs television programme.
About The Episode :
Can a mother addicted to drugs change? Should the state be helping her or taking her baby away?
The number of newborns being taken into care is rocketing. Many of the thousands of women who lose their babies each year are drug addicts. Many have had children permanently removed before.
In this film, Panorama has been given exclusive access to one of the only residential units in the country trying to break this cycle, Trevi House in Plymouth. We follow mothers and their babies undergoing intensive treatment as they try to prove they’re fit to be a parent. The stakes couldn’t be higher – if they fail they will lose their baby forever.
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