A new baby is snatched from her pram, sparking an area wide search. Jenny is more familiar with the kidnapper than she realizes, Cynthia blames herself when a patient becomes gravely ill, and Chummy's romance continues.

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Mature Jenny (voice)
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Ron Redmond
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Shirley Redmond
Susie Baxter ...
Gladys
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David Jones
Thomasin Rand ...
Margaret Jones
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Nicola Munns ...
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Margaret Jones moves into the area with husband David and Cynthia becomes her midwife. Sadly Margaret contracts pre-eclampsia which seals the fate of herself and her child and Cynthia is deeply moved by David's devotion to his wife. Baby Gillian Redmond is snatched from her pram and everybody in the locality sets out to search for her. Ultimately Jenny is instrumental in her retrieval though the encounter with the culprit is painful for her. At least Jenny gets to go dancing with Jimmy and the other nurses including Chummy and her policeman beau. Written by don @ minifie-1

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5 February 2012 (UK)  »

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Goofs

The London Hospital didn't become "Royal" until 1990. See more »

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Mature Jenny: [voice-over] For just as the swan's last song is the sweetest of its life, so loss is made endurable by love and it is love that will echo through eternity.
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References Mansfield Park (1999) See more »

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Ram Bunk Shush
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Written by Henry Glover, Jimmy Mundy and Lucky Millinder
Performed by Bill Doggett
[getting ready for the dance]
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