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Out of My Depth, ITV1

Out of My Depth, ITV1

Can Amanda Holden learn how to be a midwife in a mere five weeks?

Celebrity talent-spotter Amanda Holden tries her hand at midwifery
It’s what any woman dreams of. You’re in the throes of childbirth, contorted by spasms of medieval-style agony, when in bounces chirpy Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden to assist with the delivery. It remains to be seen how accurate this show’s title is (this was the pilot episode), since the list of celebs willing to expose their inadequacies when confronted with the kind of jobs normal people do is likely to be short.

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This 'reality' TV thing is not something I would ever wish to watch - but Adam makes it sound so hilarious that I think I will change my mind & 'give it a go".

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