EPISODE 35 Tue 22 Oct
Having a baby seems like one of the most natural things in the world, but it’s not a straightforward journey to parenthood for everyone. When up against infertility, or being single or in a same-sex relationship, what lengths are people going to in order to have a child?

Meet The Guests

Alastair McKenzie

“It’s taken six years and a lot of dead ends and a lot of pain. But you know, it’s ultimately worth it in the end.”

Jo Bambagiotti

“You don’t actually realise how far you might go, or where your determination will come from.”

Cecile Eledge

“The doctor looked at me and said: ‘We don’t have a manual on a 61-year-old having a baby, we’re writing it with you. So we have no more answers for you.’”

Matthew Eledge

“Throughout the entire process I was excited and thrilled and it was fun, but at the same time I was really nervous about [it].”