A drama about a young midwife who cares for expectant mothers in 1950s-era East London.
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The modern world begins to encroach on Poplar life, and everyone is starting to notice.
Summertime in the East End brings new challenges, including a disease outbreak.
Barbara has the test of her career, and Sister Evangelina deals with a struggling mother.
Witness a couple’s fallout over the future of their child, born without arms and legs.
The cast talks about what makes them most proud of Call the Midwife's social impact.
Patsy and Delia’s relationship blooms, it also turns more clandestine.
The fashion is changing, the music is changing, and so are the people in Poplar.
There's a lot of love to go around in Poplar in 1961.
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With modern medical advances, some are forced to consider changing their lifestyles.
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