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Call the Midwife
You never know when to take a comedian seriously but we don’t think Miranda Hart is joking when she says she wants to tackle a Hollywood comedy and marry Friends star Matthew Perry (not necessarily in that order).
The cast members of Call the Midwife can do more than just deliver babies.
The hit British series, which airs on BBC in the U.K. and concluded its second season last month on PBS in the U.S., features a large ensemble cast of 11 main players plus Vanessa Redgrave, who is heard only in voiceover.
Nonnatus House meets Hell’s Angels. That was what happened in the latest episode of Call the Midwife, with leather-wearing nuns and helmeted midwives zooming about on powerful, low rider hogs through London’s East End in 1958.
Before we start, it should be noted that I’ve never written a hit TV show. Or any kind of TV show at all.
This week’s episode of Call the Midwife, the British series about a group of nurses and nuns who see to the medical needs of the poor living in London’s East End in the late 1950s, was a solid one. It lacked only in an appearance …
In an episode that would spark massive controversy if it were on an American TV show, the focus was squarely on birth control and abortion in the latest chapter of Call the Midwife, the popular BBC show that airs on the PBS in the U.S.
Her confidence may be growing with each case that she handles but Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine), the young nurse-midwife who’s the heroine of Call the Midwife, realizes that she doesn’t have all the answers in this especially strong …
No Chummy. Fans of the strapping midwife had to go cold turkey during the third episode of this season’s Call the Midwife as the character of Chummy, so memorably played by Miranda Hart, is off in Sierra Leone with her policeman …
Call the Midwife, the hit British TV show about nurse-midwives tending to the poor in London’s East End slums in the late 1950s, began its second season on PBS last night with an entertaining episode that brought back familiar …
BAFTA-nominated comedienne Miranda Hart, 39, (Call the Midwife) is set to publish a follow-up book to her recently published self-help autobiography Is It Just Me? (October 2012).