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Shelagh Turner (Character)
from "Call the Midwife" (2012)

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Call the Midwife: Season 2: Episode 8 -- Chummy and PC Noakes meet with new challenges as they settle back down to life in Poplar. Jenny's own jubilation comes in the form of potential love interest Alec, a friend and colleague of Jimmy's. However, in the outside world of Poplar, the winds of change are blowing with old buildings being demolished to make new way for new apartments, and the convent might just be one of them.

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Sister Bernadette was born Shelagh Mannion in Scotland sometime in the mid to late 1920s... See more »
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Sister Bernadette


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  1. "Call the Midwife"
        - Episode #5.4 (2016) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #5.8 (2016) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #5.3 (2016) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #5.2 (2016) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
        - Episode #5.5 (2016) TV episode, Played by Laura Main
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From "Call the Midwife: Episode #1.6" (2012)
[Sister Monica Joan has been found by the police, wandering on the banks of the River Thames, dressed only in her nightdress]
Sister Bernadette: We don't know whether she has dementia or whether she's just wilfully eccentric.
Dr. Turner: I understand. There are more medical treatises written about senile decay than you can shake a stick at. But I keep to one invariable diagnostic rule: if they're brought back by a policeman in their nightie, then they've got it.
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