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Call the Midwife

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Sat., May 23, 2015
9:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Call the Midwife  

Sister Winifred cares for an expectant prostitute; Sister Monica Joan feels redundant as the midwives go about their work; Barbara can't understand why a man would pressure his wife for a son; and the bishop meets with Tom, which causes an argument between Trixie and Tom.

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Sun., May 24, 2015
12:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Call the Midwife  

Sister Winifred cares for an expectant prostitute; Sister Monica Joan feels redundant as the midwives go about their work; Barbara can't understand why a man would pressure his wife for a son; and the bishop meets with Tom, which causes an argument between Trixie and Tom.

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Mon., May 25, 2015
2:00 am
(60 minutes)

Call the Midwife  

Sister Winifred cares for an expectant prostitute; Sister Monica Joan feels redundant as the midwives go about their work; Barbara can't understand why a man would pressure his wife for a son; and the bishop meets with Tom, which causes an argument between Trixie and Tom.

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Sat., May 30, 2015
9:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Call the Midwife  

A Christian Science couple is suspected of harming their baby; Barbara tries to communicate with a pregnant woman who can't speak English; Sister Mary Cynthia returns; and Fred meets a woman who catches his eye.

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Sun., May 31, 2015
12:00 pm
(60 minutes)

Call the Midwife  

A Christian Science couple is suspected of harming their baby; Barbara tries to communicate with a pregnant woman who can't speak English; Sister Mary Cynthia returns; and Fred meets a woman who catches his eye.

Discuss the Latest Call the Midwife Episodes with Other Fans!

Sister Monica Joan (Judy Parfitt) and Sister Evangelina (Pam Ferris) | Credit: Courtesy of Laurence Cendrowicz/© Neal Street Productions

Miss an episode of the new season of Call the Midwife? Want to talk about the latest developments with other fans? Our Telly Visions blog has you covered with recaps of every Season 4 episode, available after they air. Enjoy!

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Real History of Call the Midwife

Real Life History of Call the Midwife

We asked Dr. Dina Copelman, a British history professor at George Mason University, to review the second season of Call the Midwife and give us her thoughts on how well it captured the time and place of early 1950s East End, London.

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London's East End Quiz

One of the most distinctive characters in Call the Midwife isn't a person at all — it's the East End neighborhood that's served by the Sisters and midwives at Nonnatus House. How much do you know about this famous section of London, its history and the people who have lived there?

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