S12 E1 - 54m 5s
It is now 1968, and there are changes in the air. Enoch Powell’s infamous speech casts a long shadow over the borough. Nonnatus House welcomes a new nun to the team, Sister Veronica, who impresses everyone except for Nurse Crane.
S12 E2 - 54m 5s
Lucille struggles with her mental and emotional health; Sister Julienne is deeply concerned by an angry red rash on a patient’s breast and a referral is quickly made to St Cuthbert’s.
S12 E3 - 54m 5s
As she sets about helping a mother whose newborn baby is suffering from a clotting disorder, Nancy is harboring a secret of her own. Sister Veronica meets a newlywed on her rounds, and the case shocks the women of Nonnatus house.
S12 E4 - 54m 5s
Nurse Crane is shocked when her fitness comes into question during a ventouse training course. Trixie cares for a Hindu mother and her newborn twins, but it’s not long before an emergency gastroenteritis outbreak is declared at the maternity home.
S12 E5 - 54m 5s
Nancy oversees a child born out of wedlock, but things take a very unexpected and shocking turn. Dr. Turner and Sister Veronica discuss a new contraception procedure: the Vasectomy. The Board of Health delivers some unwelcome news to Sister Julienne.
S12 E6 - 54m 5s
One of the boys of Buckle’s paper shop becomes unwell. Sister Veronica spearheads a new council initiative to monitor the health of working children in the borough. Trixie is thrown into a challenging case involving an underage mother.
S12 E7 - 54m 5s
Preparations for Trixie and Matthew’s wedding are underway as a joyous occasion that brings the community together. Nancy visits a homeless family, and it is not long before their plight is brought to the attention of Nonnatus house.
S12 E8 - 53m 45s
As Trixie and Matthew’s wedding officially begins, a series of small and great disasters threaten to impede the day. A horrific car crash turns into a race against time. Sister Julienne hatches a plan to save Nonnatus House once and for all.
Extras + Features
Season 1 Highlights
S1 - 1m 30s
Watch highlights from the upcoming series, Call the Midwife, a moving, intimate, funny and colorful story of midwifery and families in London’s East End in the 1950s.
S1 - 1m 30s
The Call the Midwife actresses share their shaky experiences riding bikes on the set's cobblestone streets. Call the Midwife airs on Sunday, September 30, at 8.pm. ET. Check local listings.
Working with Babies
S1 - 2m
The cast and crew of Call the Midwife share their experiences working with real newborn babies on set. Call the Midwife airs on Sunday, September 30, at 8.pm. ET. Check local listings.
Sets and Props
S1 - 1m 45s
Learn about the attention to detail that goes behind the sets, props, and costumes to make Call the Midwife true to the era of 1950s East End London.
Season 1 Preview
S1 - 30s
Explore the story of a privileged young midwife who lands in London's impoverished East End in the 1950s.
Jessica Raine on Playing Jenny Lee
S1 - 54s
Jessica Raine shares her thoughts on playing Nurse Jenny Lee. Call the Midwife airs Sundays, September 30 - November 4, 8/7c.
The Cast on Preparing for their Roles
S1 - 52s
Laura Main, who plays Sister Bernadette, and Jessica Raine, who plays Jenny Lee, share how they prepared for their roles. Call the Midwife airs Sundays, September 30 - November 4, 8/7c
The Cast on Working Together
S1 - 55s
The cast of Call the Midwife share their thoughts on their characters and each other. See why Helen George calls the cast the Spice Girls of midwifery. Call the Midwife airs Sundays, September 30 - November 4, 8/7c.
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