Two very different families join together to raise a baby - and change each others' lives.
What will it take to improve failing children's services - and is change fast enough?
Are children at risk of abuse in Britain's unregulated madrassa schools?
Anita Anand talks to solicitor Mathew Waddington, who specialises in children's law.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the protection of the newly-born and their mothers.
The stories that lie behind parents labelled abusers by society and the courts.
Most countries have pledged to ban child labour – but is this the best approach?
Kerry Littleford argues that mothers who have children taken into care need help.
A look at the lives of children from divorced parents who travel between parental homes.
Fran Abrams asks why the idea of children earning money causes such unease.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the link between African churches, witchcraft and child abuse
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown talks to Louis de Bernieres about the impact of family breakdown.