Call the Midwife

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Call the Midwife

Season 0 (2014)

Nonnatus House receives an SOS from a tiny mission hospital on the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Understaffed, underfunded, and with a poor water supply, struggling Hope Clinic is faced with closure. Can our much loved medics and midwives make a difference to the people whose lives depend upon its work? Far from home and everything familiar, the team are both shaken and exhilarated by the challenges they face - and by the time the mission trip is over, some lives are permanently changed.

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Call the Midwife

Season 1 (2016)

The first five series of the BBC drama adapted from Jennifer Worth's memoirs about a group of midwives working in poverty-stricken East London in the 1950s and '60s. In the first series, Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) gets her first job at Nonnatus House which she soon realises is a nursing convent and not a hospital, as she had assumed. As she begins caring for patients, she gradually becomes accustomed to her new environment, making friends with fellow midwives Cynthia (Bryony Hannah), Trixie (Helen George) and the clumsy Chummy (Miranda Hart). In the second series, it's 1958, and while Jenny has her hands full dealing with an abused patient, Trixie and Sister Evangelina (Pam Ferris) are forced to board a Swedish cargo ship to tend to the captain's pregnant daughter. In the third series, set in 1959, the midwives temporarily find themselves without a place to work when an unexploded bomb is found near Nonnatus House. Meanwhile, Sister Winifred (Victoria Yeates) attempts to settle in to life at the convent and Chummy arranges for a royal visit to raise awareness of their weekly clinics. In the fourth series, the midwives are joined by new recruit Barbara Gilbert (Charlotte Ritchie), but she doesn't get off to the best of starts after a night out with Trixie and Patsy (Emerald Fennell). Meanwhile, Barbara has to aid a first-time mother when her birth doesn't go according to plan and Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) struggles with the financial pressures on Nonnatus House. In the fifth series, Trixie continues to enjoy her role as a fitness instructor but Sister Julienne isn't so happy about her new hobby. Meanwhile, Barbara begins a relationship with Vicar Tom Hereward (Jack Ashton) and the nurses and midwives of Nonnatus try to determine why there have been so many cases of babies being born with severe deformities in Poplar. The collection also includes all four Christmas specials.

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Call the Midwife

Season 2 (2016)

The first five series of the BBC drama adapted from Jennifer Worth's memoirs about a group of midwives working in poverty-stricken East London in the 1950s and '60s. In the first series, Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) gets her first job at Nonnatus House which she soon realises is a nursing convent and not a hospital, as she had assumed. As she begins caring for patients, she gradually becomes accustomed to her new environment, making friends with fellow midwives Cynthia (Bryony Hannah), Trixie (Helen George) and the clumsy Chummy (Miranda Hart). In the second series, it's 1958, and while Jenny has her hands full dealing with an abused patient, Trixie and Sister Evangelina (Pam Ferris) are forced to board a Swedish cargo ship to tend to the captain's pregnant daughter. In the third series, set in 1959, the midwives temporarily find themselves without a place to work when an unexploded bomb is found near Nonnatus House. Meanwhile, Sister Winifred (Victoria Yeates) attempts to settle in to life at the convent and Chummy arranges for a royal visit to raise awareness of their weekly clinics. In the fourth series, the midwives are joined by new recruit Barbara Gilbert (Charlotte Ritchie), but she doesn't get off to the best of starts after a night out with Trixie and Patsy (Emerald Fennell). Meanwhile, Barbara has to aid a first-time mother when her birth doesn't go according to plan and Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) struggles with the financial pressures on Nonnatus House. In the fifth series, Trixie continues to enjoy her role as a fitness instructor but Sister Julienne isn't so happy about her new hobby. Meanwhile, Barbara begins a relationship with Vicar Tom Hereward (Jack Ashton) and the nurses and midwives of Nonnatus try to determine why there have been so many cases of babies being born with severe deformities in Poplar. The collection also includes all four Christmas specials.

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Call the Midwife

Season 3 (2016)

The first five series of the BBC drama adapted from Jennifer Worth's memoirs about a group of midwives working in poverty-stricken East London in the 1950s and '60s. In the first series, Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) gets her first job at Nonnatus House which she soon realises is a nursing convent and not a hospital, as she had assumed. As she begins caring for patients, she gradually becomes accustomed to her new environment, making friends with fellow midwives Cynthia (Bryony Hannah), Trixie (Helen George) and the clumsy Chummy (Miranda Hart). In the second series, it's 1958, and while Jenny has her hands full dealing with an abused patient, Trixie and Sister Evangelina (Pam Ferris) are forced to board a Swedish cargo ship to tend to the captain's pregnant daughter. In the third series, set in 1959, the midwives temporarily find themselves without a place to work when an unexploded bomb is found near Nonnatus House. Meanwhile, Sister Winifred (Victoria Yeates) attempts to settle in to life at the convent and Chummy arranges for a royal visit to raise awareness of their weekly clinics. In the fourth series, the midwives are joined by new recruit Barbara Gilbert (Charlotte Ritchie), but she doesn't get off to the best of starts after a night out with Trixie and Patsy (Emerald Fennell). Meanwhile, Barbara has to aid a first-time mother when her birth doesn't go according to plan and Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) struggles with the financial pressures on Nonnatus House. In the fifth series, Trixie continues to enjoy her role as a fitness instructor but Sister Julienne isn't so happy about her new hobby. Meanwhile, Barbara begins a relationship with Vicar Tom Hereward (Jack Ashton) and the nurses and midwives of Nonnatus try to determine why there have been so many cases of babies being born with severe deformities in Poplar. The collection also includes all four Christmas specials.

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Call the Midwife

Season 4 (2016)

The first five series of the BBC drama adapted from Jennifer Worth's memoirs about a group of midwives working in poverty-stricken East London in the 1950s and '60s. In the first series, Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) gets her first job at Nonnatus House which she soon realises is a nursing convent and not a hospital, as she had assumed. As she begins caring for patients, she gradually becomes accustomed to her new environment, making friends with fellow midwives Cynthia (Bryony Hannah), Trixie (Helen George) and the clumsy Chummy (Miranda Hart). In the second series, it's 1958, and while Jenny has her hands full dealing with an abused patient, Trixie and Sister Evangelina (Pam Ferris) are forced to board a Swedish cargo ship to tend to the captain's pregnant daughter. In the third series, set in 1959, the midwives temporarily find themselves without a place to work when an unexploded bomb is found near Nonnatus House. Meanwhile, Sister Winifred (Victoria Yeates) attempts to settle in to life at the convent and Chummy arranges for a royal visit to raise awareness of their weekly clinics. In the fourth series, the midwives are joined by new recruit Barbara Gilbert (Charlotte Ritchie), but she doesn't get off to the best of starts after a night out with Trixie and Patsy (Emerald Fennell). Meanwhile, Barbara has to aid a first-time mother when her birth doesn't go according to plan and Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) struggles with the financial pressures on Nonnatus House. In the fifth series, Trixie continues to enjoy her role as a fitness instructor but Sister Julienne isn't so happy about her new hobby. Meanwhile, Barbara begins a relationship with Vicar Tom Hereward (Jack Ashton) and the nurses and midwives of Nonnatus try to determine why there have been so many cases of babies being born with severe deformities in Poplar. The collection also includes all four Christmas specials.

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Call the Midwife

Season 5 (2016)

The first five series of the BBC drama adapted from Jennifer Worth's memoirs about a group of midwives working in poverty-stricken East London in the 1950s and '60s. In the first series, Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) gets her first job at Nonnatus House which she soon realises is a nursing convent and not a hospital, as she had assumed. As she begins caring for patients, she gradually becomes accustomed to her new environment, making friends with fellow midwives Cynthia (Bryony Hannah), Trixie (Helen George) and the clumsy Chummy (Miranda Hart). In the second series, it's 1958, and while Jenny has her hands full dealing with an abused patient, Trixie and Sister Evangelina (Pam Ferris) are forced to board a Swedish cargo ship to tend to the captain's pregnant daughter. In the third series, set in 1959, the midwives temporarily find themselves without a place to work when an unexploded bomb is found near Nonnatus House. Meanwhile, Sister Winifred (Victoria Yeates) attempts to settle in to life at the convent and Chummy arranges for a royal visit to raise awareness of their weekly clinics. In the fourth series, the midwives are joined by new recruit Barbara Gilbert (Charlotte Ritchie), but she doesn't get off to the best of starts after a night out with Trixie and Patsy (Emerald Fennell). Meanwhile, Barbara has to aid a first-time mother when her birth doesn't go according to plan and Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) struggles with the financial pressures on Nonnatus House. In the fifth series, Trixie continues to enjoy her role as a fitness instructor but Sister Julienne isn't so happy about her new hobby. Meanwhile, Barbara begins a relationship with Vicar Tom Hereward (Jack Ashton) and the nurses and midwives of Nonnatus try to determine why there have been so many cases of babies being born with severe deformities in Poplar. The collection also includes all four Christmas specials.

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Call the Midwife

Season 6 (2017)

The complete sixth series of the BBC drama, adapted from Jennifer Worth's memoirs, about a group of midwives working in poverty-stricken East London during the 1960s. In this series, beginning in 1962, the Nonnatus House staff return to Poplar from South Africa to find that Sister Ursula (Harriet Walter) has been placed in charge. As they try to adjust to her strict new regime, the midwives continue to care for their patients as best as possible despite Ursula's incidence that they don't become emotionally involved. Later, Trixie (Helen George) returns from her extended stay at the clinic in South Africa and the staff find themselves under further pressure from proposed government reforms to maternity care. Meanwhile, Sister Mary Cynthia (Bryony Hannah) is committed to a mental institution after concerns are raised for her mental health. The collection also includes the 2016 Christmas special.

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Cast

Judy ParfittPaul CopleyJenny AgutterVanessa RedgraveJohn VernonJames FarrarJames GreeneWarren ClarkeJack HawkinsJohn AshtonRonald PickupHarriet WalterKate WilliamsNicholas FarrellClare CathcartRuth SheenGeorge RussoPatrick BrennanAnnabelle ApsionEve MathesonCheryl CampbellRoy HuddMaggie McCarthyDorothy AtkinsonSarah WinmanGerrard McArthurRaymond CoulthardSean BakerAnton SaundersKika MarkhamLucy SpeedNick BartlettStephen McGannSheila ReidDavid AnnenAlice ConnorTom Goodman-HillLinda BassettTeresa ChurcherRichard FleeshmanDavid KennedyMaxine EvansTom KellerAmelda BrownDaniel CerqueiraMichelle DuncanJason MazaHannah TointonMiranda HartRosalind MarchStanley TownsendRoger MorlidgePam FerrisSherry BainesKacey AinsworthHayley CarmichaelRobin WeaverAndrew HavillLiz WhiteEileen DaviesIan BurfieldTara EllisClaudie BlakleyLorraine StanleySimon SherlockSarah CounsellJoanne MatthewsJessie CaveLouise DylanDarren RustonJessica JonesClaire LamsJudy FlynnMark PenfoldLucy SheenChris BellDavid MaybrickIlan GoodmanKatie MaguireWilliam HoylandAndrew KojiHelen GeorgeAimee KellyEmma Hartley-MillerDominic BorrelliNatasha SparkesBen BishopSoo DrouetElizabeth RiderKillian ScottElla SmithTimothy SpeyerClaire PriceTerry BirdSimon ArmstrongDarwin ShawSophie RundleAdrianna BertolaNicola HarrisonSandy FosterChristos LawtonNancy CarrollGlyn GrimsteadRobin BowermanLacey TurnerMia AustenEmerald FennellPatrick DriverNeil JenningsCandis NergaardLucy BlackJenna RussellVictoria BewickColin MaceJessica RaineAmi MetcalfKaye WraggCharlotte RitchieTommy McDonnellJack AshtonKatie LyonsTim FaradayAmy MolloyDebra GillettGethin AnthonyChris ReillyReece ButteryThomas ArnoldJake DaviesJoshua JamesHolli DempseyDaniel AttwellRebecca DaviesLouisa Connolly-BurnhamDebra BakerKate CopelandHattie LadburyBecci GemmellHayley SquiresPenny LaydenLaura ElphinstoneAmy McAllisterJennifer KirbyLily-Rose AslandogduCara TheoboldChris Lew Kum HoiVictoria AlcockTeresa BanhamCliff ParisiDominic LettsTina O'BrienPolly KempBryony HannahBen CaplanLaura MainLizzie RoperVictoria YeatesLizzie HopleySarah FiniganSandi ToksvigClaudia JessieFern DeaconBart EdwardsKatherine Rose MorleyYusra WarsamaSadie ShimminGeorge RainsfordJosie WalkerArthur WilsonSiobhán O'KellyLeo StaarHannah MorrishPearl ApplebyPrue ClarkeNeal BarryJim ConwayNicholas AsburyMax MacmillanSeline HizliFaye DaveneyNina De CosimoHasan DixonNicholas AgnewReece PockneyTasha SheridanJessica BoshierFiona SkinnerKate SichelDean ChristieOrion BenDominic TigheBeverley KleinHelen PhillipsAmanda DanielsElsie MarquezColin YoungSarah GordyTony TurnerStuart BirminghamHolly AugustineLouise YatesJamie TaylorKirsty HoilesEmily TaaffeTom BrittneyAnna-Maria EverettRachel BavidgeStephen AshfieldDaniel FearnJuliana Rose CottonJosie FarmiloeAnna FarnworthLea JacksonNick HendrixMichael ShelfordSarah RidgewayJosie KiddJack JohnsJane GuernierVelile TshabalalaJessica ReganGraham PaddenJane WhittenshawNatalie LesterTed ReillyHannah TraylenCarl PrekoppKadiff KirwanThomasin RandCharlotte EatonJasper JacobJemma ChurchillLacey BondRosie JonesRoger RingroseLiam ReillySophie CossonCarolina ValdesJake BaileyTessa ChurchardBenjamin WilkinValerie KingMirchell HuntRay MacAllanRichard AttleeCecilia NobleAlice BrownKate LambTommy FinneganEmma NoakesTom ColleySusie BaxterNicola MunnsLaura CoxBrett AllenJeff InnocentRobin BrowneElizabeth WebsterRachel DenningDean WhartonErin DohertyDaniel KendrickLeanne EverittElizabeth ApplebyDavid HemstedGraham KentJoe StampFiona SheehanRichard TeversonGeorge FletcherAndy DanielJamie McLellandAlix DunmoreDanny NuttLeemore Marrett JrRachel ClarkeMonsay WhitneyMicky BakerSarah QuintrellRupert Holliday EvansLeanne JoyceLaura MatthewsNicky GoldieNadine HanwellDoron DavidsonEmily HoughtonEmily BowkerJason ThorpeJoshua PooleDaniel LaurieLuke HigginsNicola SloaneKitty StaffordDamian QuinnChloe HarrisSamantha BainesDinita GohilMaddie RiceMax PotterKatie MalesHolly AtkinsSouleiman BockMaryandhool CelsiSam SwainsburyMelody GroveMarcus WatsonTheodore GreenD'Andre ArthurRomeo HadleyHelen BelbinLucy KilpatrickOliver StoneyHannah EdwardsGemma SalterHope MouleTeddy DixonLaura DarrallCherrelle SkeeteEmily de CosimoKathryn PerkinsMark Edel-HuntEmily Jane KerrJeremiah O'ConnorJevon LightowlersDrew LightowlersCeleste DodwellRae BroganSarah DurhamJill McAuslandHeather CoombsJasmyn BanksKai O'LoughlinBrian DohertyRose ShallooChristianne OliveiraVictoria Hamilton-Barritt