An extraordinary factual drama which tells the story of a disabled couple?s agonising struggle to keep their newborn baby. Based on real life testimony, this emotional tale will call viewers? prejudices and beliefs about the disabled community and society as a whole into question, as we learn about a situation many disabled couples find themselves in as new parents.Can 21 year-old wheelchair user Anna (played by newcomer Ruth Madeley) and partially sighted Tom (played by Adam Long: Happy Valley, Spike Island) provide the everlasting care and attention their daughter needs, or will social worker Belinda (played by Wumni Mosaku: Philomena, Dancing On The Edge, I Am Slave) have to consider alternative care?


Don?t Take My Baby opens BBC Three?s Disability Season (w/t) with brand new compelling programmes helping us to understand, in a brutally honest way, what it?s really like to be a young person with a disability in the UK today.


Don?t Take My Baby is commissioned by Sam Bickley for BBC Three. It is made by a Bafta multi-award winning team for BBC Documentaries Production.


The 1x60 BBC Three factual drama is directed by Ben Anthony (Life And Death Row), written by Jack Thorne (This Is England, Skins), produced by Pier Wilkie (Criminal Justice, Murdered By My Boyfriend). The Executive Producer is the BBC's Head of Documentary Production, Aysha Rafaele (The Met, The Call Centre).
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