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Old 09-12-2018, 07:11 PM
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Lucky Man 3.4 Missing Persons had Aimee Coe (Rosa Coduri) saying that she watches Call The Midwife.
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Old 24-12-2018, 01:30 AM
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Call The Midwife Season 8: Meet The New Cast:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QYEEmF7BJ0
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Old 06-01-2019, 05:16 PM
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Season 8 will begin on January 13 2019.
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Old 15-01-2019, 03:36 PM
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Season 8, Episode 1:
Season 8 opener.
Not comfortable with the storyline about the model.
Not bad backdrop in which the queen is about to give birth.
I look it up that with this set in 1964, the royal baby in question is Prince Edward.
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Old 06-02-2019, 05:03 PM
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Season 8, Episode 4:
What a surprise that Doctor Who: The Aztecs was on television at Nonnatus House and what a fan Sister Monica Joan is of the First Doctor William Hartnell.
This comes just months after Call The Midwife was referenced in The Tsuranga Conundrum.

In a funny coincidence I was reading my comments on The Tsuranga Conundrum including the said Call The Midwife reference just before coming across the Doctor Who viewing in Call The Midwife.
This Call The Midwife episode is co-written by an Amy Roberts and does not seem to be the same Amy Roberts who was costume designer of Doctor Who between 1977 and 1983.
This episode guest starred Niky Wardley who had played Eighth Doctor Big Finish companion Tamsin Drew made canonical by The Night of the Doctor.
In addition to this whether this was intended as a further Who reference there is a couple here with the surname of Tennant. Perhaps named after Tenth Doctor David Tennant.

Niky Wardley played Enid Wilson and she and her adult daughter are both pregnant.

No doubt it is bizarre for anyone to be born at the same time of an uncle or aunt.
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Old 27-12-2019, 06:01 PM
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2019 Christmas Special:
This has the residents of Nonnatus House going to the Outer Hebrides.
Fascinating storyline with the teenage girl Effie and interesting on Phyllis revealing that was brought up by an unmarried mother and how it influence of what she is doing now.
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Season 9, Episode 1:
Season 9 opener.
Intriguing episode about the baby of a housekeeper.
Mother Mildred sure provided a clue to the baby's father when she asked the Father who the father is.
Horrifying that Nonannatus House has been earmarked for demolition.
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Season 9, Episode 2:
Sad about Florrie whose condition made her forget that she was minding her little granddaughter.
Moving story about Tina.
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Season 9, Episode 3:
Series writing debut by former Doctor Who script editor Helen Raynor.
This episode came on January 19 2019, the same day as Doctor Who: Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror and it has things in common with Raynor's Doctor Who writing debut Daleks In Manhattan.
Both said Doctor Who episodes were set in New York and showed the Statue of Liberty.
Raynor's episode is the fourth episode of David Tennant's second season as the Doctor and correspondingly Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror is the fourth episode of Jodie Whittaker's second season as the Doctor.
Raynor's Call The Midwife debut has a reference to Jean Shrimpton and Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror guest star Robert Glenister played Jean Shrimpton's father in We'll Take Manhattan and incidentally Jean Shrimpton was played by my wife Karen Gillan.
As well as the same writer Daleks In Manhattan & Call The Midwife 9.3 shares the same guest star in Alexis Caley.
Intriguing that Lucille helped give birth to a baby in a lift.
Moving about that family from East Pakistan.
Pretty good that fashion show at the end.
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Season 9, Episode 4:
Not bad episode about trainee doctors and that revelation about pigeons.
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