In The Mind season on BBC One will explore issues around mental health, including bipolar.

In The Mind season to be shown on BBC One

Starting on Monday 15 February 2016, BBC One will show a series of programmes around mental health to raise public awareness and understanding as part of their In The Mind season.

The Not So Secret Life of the Manic Depressive: 10 Years On (15 February, 9pm) will continue on from Stephen Fry's The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive shown ten years ago. The programme will focus on the experiences of Stephen and other individuals affected by bipolar. The film will also explore whether attitudes towards mental health and bipolar have changed over the past decade.

My Baby, Psychosis and Me (Tuesday 16 February, 10.45pm) is another documentary focusing on women who have experienced postpartum psychosis following childbirth. The programme will follow two women who are receiving treatment for postpartum psychosis, a serious mental illness, and working towards recovery.

EastEnders will continue their current storyline featuring Stacey Branning and her experience of postpartum psychosis. Stacey, who has a diagnosis of bipolar, is being treated in hospital and the storyline will show her partner Martin as he struggles to find her a place in a specialist Mother and Baby Unit.

Find out more about the In The Mind season on BBC One.

If you've been affected by the current Eastenders storyline or My Baby, Psychosis and Me, you can find information and support here.