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16 Kids and Counting – How do fathers deal with huge families?

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Tonights episode looks at how fathers deal with the demands of a supersized family. In Bournemouth, Pete Lewis’s only son Charles has just moved out, which have left this father of 12 daughters as the only male in a largely pink-themed house.

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16 Kids and Counting – Tania and Tracy have to deal with their huge families

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This episode looks at how the mothers of large families keep on top of everything, meeting two mums at different life stages, 37-year-old Tania Sullivan, bringing home her 12th child, and Tracy Lewis, a 49-year-old mother of 13.

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16 Kids and Counting – The Salim’s and the Sullivan’s show their different techniques in discipline and education

In this second episode, the question is posed as to how the families manage discipline and educate their huge families, while continually adding to the number of children they have?

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16 Kids and Counting – The Radfords plan for a christening and the Salims have a clear outh

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This four-part series follows the lives of seven of Britain’s biggest families. Through births, marriages, holidays and festivals, it finds out what it is like living life when your family is bigger than a football team.

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The Radfords return to Channel 4 with 16 Kids and Counting

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The Radfords will make another appearance on Channel 4 tonight, as their much talked about film ’16 Kids and Counting’ is repeated.

The family are the UK’s largest (that live together in one home) and they are set to expand even further, as mum Sue is pregnant with her sixteenth child and her eldest daughter Sophie, 18, is following her mum’s example and is waiting for the arrival of her first baby too.

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The Radfords brood take centre stage in Channel 4′s 16 Kids and Counting

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The Radfords are Britain’s biggest family living under one roof, and they are about to get even bigger.

Mum Sue is awaiting the arrival of her 16th baby, and her eldest daughter Sophie, who’s 18, is following in her footsteps and expecting her first baby the month before. It’s set to be a big year for the family, with a planned road trip to France, Sophie and boyfriend Joe becoming first-time parents, and Sue and Noel becoming grandparents… And all this while Sue has to keep up with nine loads of laundry a day and Noel works hard to feed 18 hungry mouths.

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