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Call the Midwife

Series 5

Episode 4

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One Scotland HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Available for years

The pressures of modern Britain reach Poplar as a hospital secondment and a difficult birth raise moral questions for Sister Julienne. Trixie and Tom help a family breaking apart. Show more

Contributors

Sister Julienne:
Jenny Agutter
Nurse Phyllis Crane:
Linda Bassett
Sister Monica Joan:
Judy Parfitt
Nurse Trixie Franklin:
Helen George
Sister Mary Cynthia:
Bryony Hannah
Shelagh Turner:
Laura Main
Nurse Patsy Mount:
Emerald Fennell
Nurse Barbara Gilbert:
Charlotte Ritchie
Sister Winifred:
Victoria Yeates
Tom Hereward:
Jack Ashton
Dr Patrick Turner:
Stephen McGann
Linda Lanyard:
Chloe Harris
Ian Bulmer:
Ted Reilly
Sadie Bulmer:
Hayley Carmichael
Ruby Cottingham:
Becci Gemmell
Maurice:
Ian Burfield
Delia Busby:
Kate Lamb
Sister Knowles:
Teresa Banham
Jamila Shahjee:
Dinita Gohil
Anaesthetist:
Damian Quinn
Timothy Turner:
Max Macmillan
Angela Turner:
Alice Brown
Voice of Mature Jennifer Worth:
Vanessa Redgrave

Call the Midwife

Series 8

Episode 5

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One Scotland HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Available for years

Trixie cares for a young woman who is diagnosed with an intersex condition, whilst a husband suffers with inexplicable pains similar to his wife's pregnancy symptoms.

Contributors

Sister Julienne:
Jenny Agutter
Nurse Phyllis Crane:
Linda Bassett
Sister Monica Joan:
Judy Parfitt
Nurse Trixie Franklin:
Helen George
Nurse Shelagh Turner:
Laura Main
Violet Buckle:
Annabelle Apsion
Nurse Lucille Anderson:
Leonie Elliott
Nurse Valerie Dyer:
Jennifer Kirby
Dr Patrick Turner:
Stephen McGann
Fred Buckle:
Cliff Parisi
Sister Frances:
Ella Bruccoleri
Sister Hilda:
Fenella Woolgar
Sergeant Woolf:
Trevor Cooper
Miss Higgins:
Georgie Glen
Pam Sharp:
Nancy Sullivan
Judy Porter:
Josie Brightwell
Lois Parry:
Holly Freeman
Paul Chester:
Joel Robinson
George Sharp:
Jack Doolan
Bronwyn Parry:
Sarah Belcher
Dr Grieve:
Luke Ellis
Cyril Robinson:
Zephryn Taitte
Sandy Lawrence:
Samantha Spurgin
Angela Turner:
Alice Brown
Timothy Turner:
Max Macmillan
Nancy Parry:
Jadie-Rose Hobson
Voice of Mature Jennifer Worth:
Vanessa Redgrave
Executive Producer:
Pippa Harris
Executive Producer:
Heidi Thomas
Executive Producer:
Ann Tricklebank
Director:
David O'Neill
Production Company:
Neal Street Productions

Call the Midwife

Series 6

Episode 3

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One Scotland HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Available for years

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. Show more

Contributors

Sister Julienne:
Jenny Agutter
Nurse Phyllis Crane:
Linda Bassett
Sister Monica Joan:
Judy Parfitt
Nurse Trixie Franklin:
Helen George
Shelagh Turner:
Laura Main
Nurse Barbara Gilbert:
Charlotte Ritchie
Sister Winifred:
Victoria Yeates
Tom Hereward:
Jack Ashton
Dr Patrick Turner:
Stephen McGann
Fred Buckle:
Cliff Parisi
Lucy Chen:
Alice Connor
Oilen Chen:
Lucy Sheen
Mrs Evans:
Emily Houghton
Sister Ursula:
Harriet Walter
Mrs Collier:
Sandy Foster
Timothy Turner:
Max Macmillan
Angela Turner:
Alice Brown
Nurse Delia Busby:
Kate Lamb
Mr Greenwood:
Patrick Brennan
Caretaker:
Darren Ruston
Workman:
Danny Nutt
Voice of Mature Jennifer Worth:
Vanessa Redgrave
Executive Producer:
Pippa Harris
Executive Producer:
Heidi Thomas
Director:
James Larkin
Production Company:
Neal Street Productions

Call the Midwife

Series 6

Episode 6

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One Northern IrelandLatest broadcast: on BBC One South East

Available for years

Drama about a group of midwives in 1960s London. Valerie Dyer cares for a pregnant Somali woman whose culture has some unfamiliar aspects. Show more

Contributors

Sister Julienne:
Jenny Agutter
Nurse Phyllis Crane:
Linda Bassett
Sister Monica Joan:
Judy Parfitt
Nurse Trixie Franklin:
Helen George
Sister Mary Cynthia:
Bryony Hannah
Shelagh Turner:
Laura Main
Nurse Valerie Dyer:
Jennifer Kirby
Nurse Barbara Gilbert:
Charlotte Ritchie
Sister Winifred:
Victoria Yeates
Tom Hereward:
Jack Ashton
Dr Patrick Turner:
Stephen McGann
Fred Buckle:
Cliff Parisi
Sister Ramsey:
Jemma Churchill
Nadifa Ghedi Jama:
Yusra Warsama
Looyaan Farah:
Souleiman Bock
Timothy Turner:
Max Macmillan
Angela Turner:
Alice Brown
Deka Ghedi Jama:
Maryandhool Celsi
Mrs Archibald:
Jane Guernier
Nurse Leonard:
Jessica Regan
Christopher Dockerill:
Jack Hawkins
Nurse Delia Busby:
Kate Lamb
Violet Buckle:
Annabelle Apsion
Nurse Barrington:
Jane Whittenshaw
Voice of Mature Jennifer Worth:
Vanessa Redgrave
Executive Producer:
Pippa Harris
Executive Producer:
Heidi Thomas
Director:
Lisa Clark
Production Company:
Neal Street Productions

Call the Midwife

Series 6

Episode 4

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One Scotland HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Available for years

An expectant mother with financial struggles enters into a painful arrangement with her cousin. As Tom provides pastoral care, he reveals why this case touched him more than most.

Contributors

Sister Julienne:
Jenny Agutter
Nurse Phyllis Crane:
Linda Bassett
Sister Monica Joan:
Judy Parfitt
Nurse Trixie Franklin:
Helen George
Shelagh Turner:
Laura Main
Valerie Dyer:
Jennifer Kirby
Nurse Barbara Gilbert:
Charlotte Ritchie
Sister Winifred:
Victoria Yeates
Tom Hereward:
Jack Ashton
Dr Patrick Turner:
Stephen McGann
Fred Buckle:
Cliff Parisi
Timothy Turner:
Max Macmillan
Angela Turner:
Alice Brown
Violet Buckle:
Annabelle Apsion
Sister Douglas:
Cecilia Noble
Gloria Venables:
Katie Lyons
Male Visitor:
Billy Lydon
Nurse Delia Busby:
Kate Lamb
Marnie Wallace:
Claire Lams
Medical Student:
Joshua Poole
Dot Spenlow:
Emily Bowker
Eugene Spenlow:
Jason Thorpe
Voice of Mature Jennifer Worth:
Vanessa Redgrave
Executive Producer:
Pippa Harris
Executive Producer:
Heidi Thomas
Director:
James Larkin
Production Company:
Neal Street Productions