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11.02.2016
A fascinating documentary featuring adorable babies (and a few puppies too)… what’s not to love? Next week ITV will premiere Barny’s newest documentary, The Secret Life of Babies, which investigates the crucial developments that take place during the first two years of our lives. As Barny’s first commercial representatives, we think his unique eye and storytelling ability will translate well to shorter form projects, and we are looking forward to seeing what clever campaigns all you creatives come up with.
Most people think babies don’t do much more than sleep and eat, but in documentary Secret Life of Babies, this myth is blown out of the water, as we get a detailed look at the critical first two years of a baby’s life, during which we grow, learn, move and fight more than at any time in other life. This heart-warming – and often surprising documentary – tells the story of what it’s like to be a baby, from their perspective, from their preference for sweet foods, to an aversion to plants, to the fact that most will have crawled around 70 miles by their second birthday. This programme also explores babies’ natural abilities, such as being able to swim, with a reflex that allows any water they take in through their mouth to go straight to their stomach rather than into their lungs. This very ability is what helped Kate Cooper’s six-month old son, Sam, survive accidentally falling into a harbour, with the mother’s terrifying story told in full in Secret Life of Babies.
We’ll also hear the story of Thomas Barnard who was just three months old when he was diagnosed with severe epilepsy, suffering up to 100 seizures a day – meaning his parents Andy and Julianne had to monitor him around the clock.
Thomas eventually had to undergo a procedure to surgically isolate his brain from his body – and how his brain has amazingly rewired itself. Mum Julianne explained: “When you first say that, you think ‘how can you function with just half a brain?’ But then when you look, the studies show that if there’s a good side that can do the work then it can work.


Both of these stories and many more are shared in Secret Life of Babies, on STV at 9pm tonight (Tuesday June 3).
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Please tick this box to confirm that you have received consent from a parent or guardian in order to complete this form and submit your vote. It is a sequel to The Secret Life of Dogs, which was one of world’s most popular documentaries of 2013.
We also laugh 300 times a day – but in the first few months can’t produce tears when we are upset.


This beautifully shot, heart-warming and scientifically revealing film, narrated by Martin Clunes, brings you babies as you've never seen them before.The first two years of our lives are the most critical of all.
By doing so, you confirm that you and your parent or guardian have read and accept our Voting Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and Cookie policy, and that the details you have entered are correct. We grow more, learn more, move more and even fight more than at any other time in our life. We have to master the complex skills of walking, talking and relating to the world around us. We laugh 300 times a day as a baby, but in the first few months we can't produce tears when we're upset. Secret Life of Babies reveals all these facts and more, telling incredible stories of babies resilience and survival skills to boot.This film will surprise, move, amaze and delight all those who have ever come into contact with a baby, whilst taking you from the moment of birth, through to the point where language begins, memories start to kick in, and a new phase of their lives takes over.



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