Call the Midwife
A peek into the colorful world of midwifery and family life in London's East End during the 1950s.
Jennifer a. Agutter, Pam Ferris, Judy Parfitt, Helen George, Miranda Hart, Linda Bassett, Charlotte Ritchie, Emerald Fennell, Victoria Yeates, Cliff Parisi, Stephen Mcgann, Ben Caplan, Laura Main, Jessica Raine, Bryony Hannah
Philippa Lowthorpe (Director), Jessica Raine (Director), Jenny Agutter (Director), Pam Ferris (Director), Miranda Hart (Director), Judy Parfitt (Director), Helen George (Director), Bryony Hannah (Director), Laura Main (Director), Cliff Parisi (Director), Ben Caplan (Director), Stephen Mcgann (Director), Vanessa Redgrave (Director), Minkie Spiro (Director), Thea Sharrock (Director), Hugh Warren (Producer), Heidi Thomas (Writer)
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Adapted by Heidi Thomas from the best-selling memoirs of Jennifer Worth, this drama series is a moving, funny, colorful look at midwifery and family in 1950s East End London. It follows newly qualified midwife Jenny, who joins an eccentric, lovable community of nuns who are nurses at Nonnatus House. Jenny is surprised to find herself at a convent -- she thought she was being sent to a small private hospital -- and is initially daunted by her surroundings, most notably the formidable Sister Evangelina and the unconventional Sister Monica Joan. But Jenny gradually begins to find her way and develops incredible friendships among the nurses, as they are drawn into the lives and homes of the women and families they treat.
Jennifer a. Agutter as Sister Julienne
Pam Ferris as Sister Evangelina
Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan
Helen George as Trixie Franklin
Miranda Hart as Chummy Browne
Linda Bassett as Nurse Phyllis
Charlotte Ritchie as Nurse Barbra Gilbert
Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patsy Mount
Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred
Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle
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