Call The Midwife
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Nurse Jenny Lee arrives at Nonnatus House in London's East End to begin her work as a midwife. Naive and unused to the harsh conditions of the borough, she must rise above her misgivings if she is to succeed in her new role.
A new midwife, Chummy Browne, arrives at Nonnatus House, and finds it difficult to prove herself. Meanwhile, Jenny befriends a young Irish prostitute who is expecting a baby, and is shocked by the Church's treatment of the girl.
Jenny befriends an old soldier named Joe, and is disturbed by his living conditions. She is also visited by a man from her past, while Trixie and Cynthia have a sensitive case to deal with, and Chummy is asked on a date.
A new baby is snatched from her pram, sparking an area wide search. Jenny is more familiar with the kidnapper than she realizes, Cynthia blames herself when a patient becomes gravely ill, and Chummy's romance continues.
A figure from Jenny's past makes contact, while Jimmy continues to pursue her. Chummy prepares for an important meeting, and everyone at Nonnatus House rallies round the building's cleaner, Peggy, whose brother is very ill.
Jenny speaks to her ex-lover again, while Sister Monica Joan lands herself in trouble with the police. Chummy receives a visit from her snobbish, imperious mother which forces her to reconsider her relationship with Peter.
Patsy's brusque manner lands her in trouble with the nuns and she is removed from midwifery duties. Soon after, she finds herself taking care of a male patient who is on bed rest after an accident at work.Trixie agrees to go on a date with a curate, Tom Hereward. Dr Turner and Shelagh discuss how they might expand their family.
As Jenny returns to Nonnatus House, her encounter with nervous expectant mum Faye forces her to break the rules. Chummy throws herself into preparations for her mother's visit, whilst Sister Julienne and Cynthia deal with acute mental illness in a newly delivered mother.
As preparations are made for Chummy to nurse her dying mother at home, Jenny finds herself drawn to help. Whilst Shelagh and Dr Turner await news from the Adoption Society, Shelagh pulls out all the stops when she enters her choir into a competition.
As Easter approaches, the midwives are shook by a baby born with severe deformities. Trixie begins teaching keep-fit classes, but she starts questioning the relationship between women and their bodies when a there's a medical emergency for one of her students.
A struggling dockworker's wife is forced into making a difficult decision about her upcoming birth, also putting pressure on Barbara who faces the test of her career so far. Nurse Crane makes a new friend. Evangelina has to take action as a mistake from the past comes to light.
A closely knit family may be broken apart when a outbreak of typhoid erupts and there's suspicions over the carrier. Sister Winfred faces a dilemma when a local teacher reveals she is pregnant to a local man. Barbara goes to dinner with Tom, but is worried about how Trixie will react.
Sister Julienne is on secondment and is amazed by the medical advances in use at a busy local hospital. A traumatic birth however soon leads her to question moral issues. Ian is overjoyed when he is accepted into university, but Linda falls pregnant and could throw his plans into jeopardy. Trixie and Tom try and help Linda and Ian out, as the family begins to fall apart.
Roseanne's past continues to haunt her, which in turn wreaks havoc on her home life. Violet has to put Fred in charge of the shop due to a back injury. Dr. Turner sets up a new chest clinic. Her and Shelagh evaluate their lives.
Poplar is left in a state of fear after a spate of violent attacks against women. However Lizzie, a prostitute is too ashamed to report crimes committed against her to the police, which soon allows a dangerous man to be walking free on the streets, who soon targets Nonnatus House. Thora wants her young daughter Diane's pregnancy hidden and will go to great lengths to make sure it stays that way. Shelagh and Timothy organise to take Dr Turner on holiday.
Times are changing in Poplar, as Autumn is around the corner. Dr Turner shares his excitement over the release of the first contraceptive pill, but some of the other staff at Nonnatus aren't as pleased with the impacts the release of the pill will have. Patsy struggles to help a transient Bargee woman. Nurse Crane is called in to assist a post-natal emergency. Sister Evangelina makes her return to the house.
The team reunite but all is not well when a change of management shakes up Nonnatus House.
Sister Ursula continues to reign with an iron fist and the midwives at Nonnatus House struggle to toe the line, especially when she insists they must not be emotionally involved with their patients. This unpopular new edict is immediately put to the test when new father George Marsh is badly burnt in an explosion at the docks and is unable to support his new family, and when expectant mother Penny Reed and her anxious husband Derek are brought to the attention of Nonnatus House.Penny and Derek both have achondroplasia (colloquially known as dwarfism) and problems with the pregnancy are anticipated, including their baby being stillborn or only living for a short time. As the midwives prepare the Reeds for an infant that may not live, their unconditional devotion to one another and to their unborn child makes a deep impact, especially on Patsy, who is facing one of her toughest decisions yet.Elsewhere, barmaid Valerie Dyer's quick thinking catches Shelagh's attention when they are first on hand to deal with the casualties at the dock fire. Shelagh is appalled by the general lack of basic health and safety in the docks and strives to make a difference to the men that work there. Dr Turner and Shelagh also share the happy news of Shelagh's pregnancy with their children.
New legislation and Sister Ursula cause serious problems for Shelagh and Dr Turner. Meanwhile, a first-time mother from the Chinese community faces an unexpected crisis.
Single, expectant mother Marnie Wallace buckles under the strains of pregnancy and enters into a painful arrangement with her cousin.
As Tom provides pastoral care, he reveals why Marnie's case has touched him more than most.
Concerns for Shelagh's pregnancy threaten to push Dr Turner and Timothy apart, and Poplar celebrates the opening of a new community park with a chariot race.
A vulnerable young man, Reggie Jackson, captures the hearts of Nonnatus house - and Trixie makes a foray into dentistry with gratifying results.
Sister Mary Cynthia's whereabouts are discovered causing great distress and Nonnatus house welcomes new recruit, nurse Valerie Dyer.
It's October 1962 and the world is on tenterhooks, as tensions between the Soviet Union and America are about to boil over. As Poplar responds to the escalating Cuban Missile Crisis, Valerie Dyer is still finding her feet at Nonnatus House and oversees the care of heavily pregnant and first-time mother, Nadifa Farah.
Dr Turner helps the Mullucks cope with the stresses of caring for a disabled child as the terrible legacy of thalidomide becomes apparent and Nurse Crane faces an unexpected crisis.
The midwives, led by Sister Julienne, oversee the opening of a family planning clinic at the local community centre.
The Big Freeze continues, with scheduled power cuts and more blizzards. The departure of Barbara prompts Sister Julienne to recruit a new midwife, Lucille Anderson. Owing to the snow, Lucille is two days late and her start is bumpy when she falls ill. Lucille is called out from her sick bed to assist Trixie with a breech birth. Nadine Mulvaney, a single mother and exotic dancer in Soho, plans to give the baby up for adoption. But, Trixie is concerned that Nadine's Rhesus Negative blood type might cause problems for baby.
Meanwhile, Nurse Crane and Dr Turner are caring for Ruth Gelin, an elderly Jewish woman suffering from bowel cancer. Ruth and her husband Arnold are facing eviction from their home of several decades. The council have started to demolish their street as part of the slum clearance. Nurse Crane must convince the prickly Sergeant Woolf to delay the demolition until after Ruth passes away.
Shelagh wants to return to work and contemplates having an Au Pair. An apprehensive Trixie decides to take her relationship with Christopher to the next level while Sister Winifred is nervous as her driving test approaches.
Lucille is on duty when Valerie's family friend Marjory goes into labour.
Marjory's mother Mae is sceptical about Lucille's ability, but is proved wrong when she competently delivers the baby. However, when Marjory's health takes an unexpected turn for the worse, Mae's prejudice and racism causes her to blame Lucille. The team must rally to protect their newest recruit and restore Lucille's confidence in their community.
Sister Winifred makes a case for fathers to be more involved in their wives' pregnancies but finds the men of Poplar may need more persuading. Trixie invites Christopher to eat a home-cooked dinner, but the meal doesn't quite go as planned. And Shelagh gets a little more than she bargained for when their glamorous Hungarian Au Pair arrives.
A pregnant mother hears a devastating diagnosis, while Fred and Violet throw a Beauty Contest.
Nurse Crane and Trixie become involved with Doreen Lunt, an expectant mother whose unusual behaviour raises concerns about her ability to care for her family. Violet throws a Beauty Contest and Magda hears some unwelcome news.
Sister Julienne is drawn into the heart of a different culture when she is called upon to help a Pakistani family.
Having come to terms with her own childlessness, Mumtaz Gani is heartbroken when her husband, Saddiq, brings home a second wife who is eight months pregnant.
Trixie leaves Nonnatus House to stay with her godmother in Portofino. Lucille is on a mission to help Eunice Dobson, an expectant mother who is extremely distressed about her pregnancy. Lucille feels out of her depth with Eunice's situation and asks Shelagh for help. She is determined to break through to this fearful mother, but Eunice's condition is more serious than first thought.
Barbara gets involved with a recently widowed pregnant woman. Sister Monica Joan has her cataract surgery.
Dr Turner gets involved with a troubled young man, and Lucille makes new friends. Meanwhile, Barbara lies ill in hospital.
The team must rally to prepare for Sister Monica Joan's birthday. Meanwhile, the closing of a nearby maternity home brings an influx of expectant mothers to the Nonnatus midwives.
It's springtime, and with extra help needed in Poplar Mother Mildred decides to send Sister Frances and Sister Hilda to Nonnatus House, where they will live and work.
Everyone is excited for the impending arrival of the Queen's baby. Violet is holding a Teddy Bears' Picnic and raising funds through a sweepstake on whether the Queen will have a boy or a girl. The midwives are introduced to their new midwifery bags but Sister Monica Joan is distressed when she sees Fred burning the old leather ones.
Lucille is caring for heavily pregnant Lesley White, whose sister Cath, an aspiring model, has been feeling extremely unwell. Back at the maternity home, Shelagh has to step in to help Trixie with a birth that takes a surprise turn.
Lucille is deeply concerned by the living conditions of her elderly patient Clarice Milgrove. Clarice, who has a malodorous leg ulcer, is a hoarder who lives alone among towering piles of rubbish, books and tins of food. Sister Hilda faces a steep learning curve when a newly arrived Ghanaian family are found to be afflicted with a mystery illness.
Elsewhere, Violet Buckle determines to serve her community by running for local councillor. But Fred is not so pleased, convinced that his Civil Defence Corps work will be more beneficial to the area than any life in politics.
Valerie helps a struggling mother accept her son's birth defect. The Turners oversee a measles vaccination trial at the clinic as the team prepare for the Whitsun bank holiday.
Sister Julienne is drawn into a conflict between an estranged mother and daughter, both of whom are pregnant. Trixie's keep fit class is chosen to host a special event.
Poplar welcomes a brand new cervical cancer-screening clinic to the Institute and Dr Turner, Shelagh and Trixie are pleased to be part of the exciting new venture.
Mother Mildred returns to Nonnatus while Nurse Crane is in hospital, and provides care for a retired dock worker whose former job has taken its toll on his health.
Sister Frances panics when Mother Mildred insists that she attend her first solo birth before Nurse Crane returns, and Trixie treats a pregnant woman who discovers that she has gonorrhoea, a condition that could have serious implications for the health of her baby. The Turners try to persuade Violet to approve the formation of a Brook Advisory Centre, and Lucille looks forward to a second date with Cyril.
Sister Hilda digs deep to give her terminally-ill patient her final wish whilst the Turners must prepare to say goodbye to May. Fred and Reggie are keeping secrets from each other.
Dr Turner and Nurse Crane must deal with an alarming outbreak of diphtheria. Fred finds an abandoned baby in a dustbin, and the team must help locate its mother.
Sister Julienne cares for a pregnant prostitute, while Dr Turner puzzles over a mysterious string of symptoms.
Lucille is trapped in a lift with a woman in labour while working at St Cuthbert's, and Nurse Crane helps a Sylheti woman with fistula.
Four new doctors arrive at Nonnatus House and ruffle some feathers. Fred and Reggie try to help an old man and his pigeons, while Dr Turner tries to solve the old man's cough.
Sister Frances struggles to persuade the wife of a cancer patient to accept help, and as the nation obsesses over The Sound of Music, Sister Julienne considers the privileges of being a nun.
May's adoption by the Turners comes under threat when someone from her past appears. Valerie's cousin's baby has a devastating illness, and
Kevin returns to work with Dr Turner.
Dr Kevin McNulty performs an excellent forceps delivery - his final supervision under Dr Turner. Trixie helps a blind mother, Marion, care for her new baby, but trouble starts when Marion's sister calls Social Services to intervene. Meanwhile, since Sgt. Woolf left, Nurse Crane has started to struggle with the cubs. Cyril suggests that he and Lucille should help Nurse Crane.
The local council threatens to cut funding to Nonnatus House. Nurse Crane cares for a bohemian, unmarried expectant mother.