Call the Midwife (2012– )
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Phyllis becomes concerned about a new mother who is finding it difficult to cope, Fred must step in to help run the shop when Violet is injured, while Timothy makes Patrick have a realization.

Director:

Lisa Clarke

Writers:

Heidi Thomas (created by), Jennifer Worth (inspired by the memoirs of) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Vanessa Redgrave ... Mature Jennifer Worth (voice)
Andrew Havill ... Denis Dawley
Celeste Dodwell ... Roseanne Dawley
Stephen McGann ... Dr. Patrick Turner
Laura Main ... Shelagh Turner
Max Macmillan ... Timothy Turner
Helen George ... Nurse Trixie Franklin
Annabelle Apsion ... Violet Buckle
Linda Bassett ... Nurse Phyllis Crane
Charlotte Eaton ... Mrs. Cadman
Charlotte Ritchie ... Nurse Barbara Gilbert
Victoria Yeates ... Sister Winifred
Cliff Parisi ... Fred Buckle
Laura Cox Laura Cox ... Mrs. Dash
Judy Parfitt ... Sister Monica Joan
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Storyline

Phyllis is concerned for Roseanne Dawley, who delivered her baby daughter herself but is now a nervous and unconfident mother, ultimately leaving her older husband Denis literally holding the baby as she disappears. In ratifying the situation Phyllis discovers that Roseanne has a less than innocent past and is frightened her daughter will take after her. Meanwhile Dr Turner, alarmed at the high incidences of lung disease in the area, opens a specialist clinic, unaware of the link between cancer and smoking and Fred has trouble coping when he has to run his wife's shop after she has done her back in. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama | History

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dr. Turner's initial stance that cigarettes did not necessarily cause lung cancer is an accurate portrayal of doctors in this era. Lung cancer was once an extremely rare disease, but the mass production and marketing of cigarettes caused a global epidemic of the disease in the 20th century. Scientific evidence that cigarettes were the cause of the epidemic existed as early as the 1940s, but cigarette manufacturers disputed this and aggressively issued denialist propaganda to both the public and medical professionals. By 1960, two-thirds of all doctors in the United States did not believe smoking cigarettes had been proven to cause cancer. Until the 1960s, the UK Ministry of Health declined to consider public health education campaigns warning of the dangers of smoking, as some of its civil servants did not believe it caused cancer and also because they feared any campaign would create a cancer "phobia" that would overwhelm the new National Health Services. See more »

Goofs

Timothy Turner references "The Lancer" to his father when trying to remind him that smoking causes cancer. The actual name is "The Lancet," one of the oldest and most respected medical journals in the world. See more »

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Buttons and Bows
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Written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
Performed by Dinah Shore
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