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A series of documentaries follow Cherry Healey.
|S01E01||Cherry Has a Baby||13/09/2010||Cherry Healey is unexpectedly pregnant at age 28 and utterly horrified by the thought of having to give birth! She doesn't feel ready and she wants to know whether there's ever a 'right' time of life to have a baby. As she deals with her own anxieties, she meets seven women of different ages and backgrounds to investigate how other mothers-to-be deal with this experience. Cherry runs the gamut from 15-year-old Paige - who not only has no worries about giving birth, but can't wait to meet her baby, already named Lily - to 46-year-old Angela, pregnant with twins after repeated miscarriages. Along the way, Cherry witnesses a home birth, grills a pregnant midwife and talks 'poo sieves' with almost everyone! From the serene to the surreal, Cherry is not afraid to ask the questions which most first time mothers-to-be are too afraid to broach. Liberally scattered with bum-jokes and irreverent humour, Cherry also looks at the more serious side of pregnancy, tackling post-natal depression, premature birth and miscarriage. In looking at her own experiences and those of the women she meets, she explores the broader issues of being pregnant today and the myriad of choices and decisions to be made. The show follows Cherry through her last month of pregnancy then, inevitably, the dreaded moment arrives - she gives birth. And, in a TV first, does it on national television.|
|S01E02||Cherry Get Married||20/09/2010||Cherry Healey's big day is only two months away but, while she tackles her search for the perfect dress, a growing obsession with weigh-ins and trying to find her 'inner bride', she's also travelling the country to meet women of different ages who have almost nothing in common except that they are all getting married. Through the documentary, Cherry investigates why women get married and what is the best age to do the deed. Through Cherry we get to know 16-year-old Gemma, who believes that she has already met the love of her life - she and her schoolboy fiance Nino got engaged five days after their first date and the only thing standing in their way is her parents' refusal to give their permission. Cherry also meets a Christian couple who can't wait to tie the knot and finally lose their virginity, a bride-to-be who is having to plan her wedding alone while her fiance is fighting in Afghanistan and the WAG whose every wish is granted by her Prince Charming footballer. The contrasts couldn't be more striking, but all of them have their hopes for married life in common. In the midst of her own preparations, Cherry also gets invited to the weddings of two brides-to-be, attending one clad in leopard-print and the other in a sari. But what will Cherry wear to her own wedding, as she hijacks one contributor's dress-fitting on a mission for lace and sparkly bits? Ultimately, the answer to the question of why women get married is answered by Lady Chanie, who has been married eight times and is on the lookout for husband number nine - it's really all about love.|
|S01E03||Cherry Goes Dating||27/09/2010||Cherry Healey's main focus in her life now is new baby Coco, but that's a new thing for her. With an emotional rollercoaster history of ex-boyfriends, Cherry reminisces about the pitfalls of her search for 'the one'. She again explores her experiences and those of seven women, all looking for love. She asks why, in a world where women are freer than ever before to do whatever they want to do and be whomever they chose, they are still so often on an unrelenting mission to find a partner to share it with. Love seems to have become an elusive beast, but could it be because all the good men are taken? Or are our expectations just unrealistically high? From giggly teens Victoria and Yasmin trawling Facebook for fitties to flirty 50-year-old Katie, who has decided that younger men are the only way to go, this is a whimsical and lighthearted exploration of women's attitudes to love and dating. Investigating the many and varied ways that women look for men, Cherry plays cupid, learns the 'rules' and gets into a round of poker with the Toyboy Club. The stories run the full range from achingly poignant to utterly cringeworthy, as one contributor confronts a previous date to award him with a prize for 'best man' with disappointing and embarrassing consequences. From the sublime to the ridiculous, will any of our contributors find 'the one'? And does it really matter anyway?|
|S01E04||Cherry Goes Drinking||00/00/0000||Documentary in which Cherry Chadwyck-Healey explores women's attitudes to alcohol. She drinks with women across the country and tries to find out what girls drink, where they drink and how their tastes change through their lives. From teenagers drinking in their bedrooms to group of grannies on a boozy trip, Cherry finds out people's embarrassing drunken secrets, sees how some women want to grow old disgracefully, discovers why women get bad press for their behaviour, and learns how they can drink more responsibly.|
|S03E01||Cherry Healey: Like A Virgin||16/01/2012||Cherry Healey finds out if losing one's virginity really has a lasting impact, from a girl's first time in the back of a Fiat Panda to a man who has popped his cherry three times.|
|S00E01||Is Breast Best? Cherry Healey Investigates||12/04/2011||In this fun yet compelling documentary, Cherry Healey explores the topical issue of breastfeeding and asks Is Breast Best? The World Health Organisation advises that all mothers breastfeed their children for at least the first six months after birth, but Cherry herself found the experience painful and traumatic and eventually gave up. Over a year later she is still plagued by feelings of guilt for not trying harder and is now on a mission to find out how other mums feel - is she the only one? Along the way she meets Jess, a teen mum who never even considered breastfeeding and has formula-fed all the way with no worries at all, and a group of 'lactivists' who strongly believe that breastfeeding is the only option for a new mum. Join Cherry as she explores the world of boobs, bottles, babies and breast milk with her usual refreshing honesty.|