The hit BBC drama series which tells the moving and true-to-life stories of a group of midwives working in London's East End in the 1950s.
Newly-qualified midwife Jenny Lee is the latest arrival at Nonnatus House, a convent in one of the poorest areas of London. Jenny is welcomed by the nuns and befriended by the other midwives – good-time girl Trixie, sensible Cynthia and fellow newcomer, the posh, fish-out-of water, Chummy.
We are introduced to the local community through the eyes of the young nurse as she cycles out to tend to her patients. Although the life that greets Jenny is a world away from what she's used to, she immerses herself in the births, deaths, intrigues and romances of a community she rapidly learns to love.
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Call the Midwife is very good.
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Call the Midwife is a fantastic series. Having read the book a couple of years ago I was pleased to see it being made into a series. I was a little worried that they could wrongly cast the parts and that some of the magic of an era I myself was born in and grew up in could be lost. This was not the case as Jennifer Worths words were well transfered from paper to screen and the characters well chosen for their parts. I now look forward to the other three books in this series being given the same treatment and transfered over to screen. Recommend to watch.
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