Everyone's relationship with their father is unique - each dad is setting their own example for their child to follow.
In episode six - Dad-hood - he speaks to his father and his father-in-law about the models they followed, and meets a dad who has been a full-time parent to his children for more than 50 years.
Cliff Robinson was a steelworker working shifts when his wife left him and his two intellectually disabled children in 1970.
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The prospect of caring for two disabled children was too much for her, Cliff says.
At first, it seemed too much for him, too, but almost half a century later, Cliff is in his 80s and is still a full-time dad and carer for John, 48, and Marita, 51.
The human bond is unbelievable.
Join Mike on his journey into fatherhood.