Kim and Dan have alopecia, Star undertakes the journey of a lifetime and the Home Grown Boys are determined to make their fruit and vegetable business a success. Meanwhile Anton and Olivia are preparing to receive brand new bionic limbs, Raphael and his dad are about to embark on life-changing operations, five American children tell us what it was like being born on September 11th 2001 and three fourteen year-old boxing girls take us into their world to show just what inspired them to get involved in such a physical sport.
The films are all very different but each compelling real-life tale encourages CBBC viewers to see the world in a new and interesting way, as they are taken on a journey with these ordinary children with extraordinary personal stories to tell.
Narrators include Matt Lucas, Joanna Page and Russell Tovey. The CBBC executive producer for the My Life films is Kez Margrie.
My Life Without Hair is made by Lambent Productions and the executive producer is Emma Wakefield. My Life: Bionic Me is executive produced by Sarah Murch for Blakeway TV. My Life: Boxing Girls is made by Real Life Media and executive produced by Simon Schofield. My Life: The Home Grown Boys is executive produced by Leonie Hutchinson for CTVC and My Life: Star’s Incredible Journey is made by Sixth Sense Media and executive produced by Sallyann Keizer. My Life: Me, My Dad and his Kidney is made by Nine Lives Media and executive produced by Cat Lewis, and My Life: My Birthday Shook the World is made by Tigerlily Films and executive produced by Natasha Dack.
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