Call The Midwife is back for series 10 in 2021- here's all you need to know.
Series 10 of Call The Midwife currently airs Sunday nights at 8PM on BBC One with a set of seven episodes.
As well as watching on TV you can watch online and catch up with past episodes on BBC iPlayer here.
Call The Midwife 2021 cast
Making up the cast of Call The Midwife in series 10 are:
- Helen George as Trixie Franklin
- Linda Bassett as Nurse Phyllis
- Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan
- Annabelle Apsion as Violet Buckle
- Cliff Parisi as Frederick "Fred" Buckle
- Leonie Elliott as Lucille Anderson
- Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne
- Ella Bruccoleri as Sister Frances
- Fenella Woolgar as Sister Hilda
- Stephen McGann as Doctor Turner
- Laura Main as Shelagh Turner
- Zephryn Taitte as Cyril Robinson
Earlier this year it was revealed that Jennifer Kirby had left the show as Valerie Dyer.
Meanwhile it's been reported that Miriam Margolyes (Mother Mildred) was forced to miss the series due to travel restrictions amid the pandemic but will return next series.
Call The Midwife spoilers
In the fifth episode (Sunday, 16 May), with Sister Hilda (Fenella Woolgar) away on a refresher course, Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter) steps in to carry out home visits. The new Pupil Midwives are settling in well, and there is a sense of hope in the air.
While examining expectant mother Vera Sands (Paula Lane) during a routine visit, Sister Julienne is concerned by her toddler daughter, who is displaying troubling symptoms. Determined to find out what’s wrong, Sister Julienne and Dr Turner (Stephen McGann) are on the case.
Meanwhile, an overly protective mother struggles to cope with her daughter’s teenage pregnancy and is insistent on keeping it low key, much to the frustration of new Pupil Midwife Nancy Corrigan (Megan Cusack).
The new series of Call The Midwife series airs Sunday nights at 8PM on BBC One.