Call the Midwife is the adaptation of the memoirs of Jennifer Worth. Heidi Thomas is the creator of the show. Call the Midwives premiered on BBC on 15 January 2012. The show is one of the highest-rated shows ever on BBC. The show is also the recipient of many prestigious awards. The series proved to be the most viewed television series of BBC since 2001. But, will the creators cater us with the 10th installment? How COVID pandemic has affected production? Well, we will try to resolve every query of yours. So read on the article.
Call The Midwife Plot:
The show is the adaption of ‘memoirs of Jennifer Worth’. Jennifer worked with the Community of St. John the Divine. It was an Anglican religious order situated in the East End in London. The convent was a nursing order in 1849. The show revolves around a certain timeline. Each episode of the show depicts the different crises of the era. The show features issues of poverty and post-war immigration to the topic of abortion. Abortion was not legal until 1967.
Jenny Lee is the lead of the story. She is a recently qualified midwife. The show revolves around the lives of the midwives in the nursing convent. Along with it, the series also shows the struggles and the contributions of these nuns in helping the poor and needy. However, the main motive of these nuns is to deliver babies safely.
Call the Midwives Season 10:
In March 2019, the creators announced the renewal of the show for three more seasons. Season 9 premiered on January 5, 2020. The show is still ongoing. However, we have no confirmed dates of the further two seasons. Looking at the current scenario, it is safe to assume that season 10 will get its slot in 2021. However, along with the renewal, the producers also announced 3 Christmas specials to come out.
Call the Midwife Cast:
- Jessica Raine as Nursing Sister Jennifer “Jenny” Lee
- Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne
- Pam Ferris as Sister Evangelina
- Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan
- Helen George as Nurse Beatrix “Trixie” Franklin
- Bryony Hannah as Nurse Cynthia Miller
- Miranda Hart as Matron Camilla “Chummy”
- Laura Main as Sister Bernadette
- Stephen McGann as Dr. Patrick Turner
- Cliff Parisi as Frederick “Fred” Buckle
- Ben Caplan as Police Constable Peter Noakes
- Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner
- Dorothy Atkinson as Auxiliary Nurse Jane Sutton
- Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patience “Patsy” Mount
- Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred
- Jack Ashton as the Revd Tom Hereward
- Charlotte Ritchie as Nurse Barbara Gilbert
- Linda Bassett as Nurse Phyllis Crane
- Kate Lamb as Nurse Delia Busby
- Jennifer Kirby as Nurse Valerie Dyer
- Annabelle Apsion as Violet Buckle
- Leonie Elliott as Nurse Lucille Anderson
- Fenella Woolgar as Sister Hilda
- Ella Bruccoleri as Sister Frances