The much-loved award winning show ‘Call the Midwife’ returns for a tenth series featuring a score by Maurizio Malagnini, Sunday 18th April at 8pm on BBC One.
This season of ‘Call the Midwife’ will take place in 1966, and it looks set to be eventful. Here’s the synopsis for episode one:
“Controversial plans are afoot to introduce a private clinic to Nonnatus House. The proposition leads to the first disagreement in 20 years between Sister Julienne, who sees the potential to generate income, and Dr Turner, who opposes private healthcare on principle. Shelagh feels caught in the middle of their conflict, while Trixie is delighted by the opportunity of working at the new clinic. Sister Monica Joan’s crisis of faith continues to trouble her, a baby is born with no legs below the knees, and Lucille helps Cyril find the perfect accommodation that will benefit him and the Church.”