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Series 1

2 :01x02 - Series 1, Episode 2

Jan/22/2012
As Jenny Lee begins to settle into her role as there is a new arrival at Nonnatus House. The new girl Chummy attempts to show her worth but, with a keenness to please, and her inability to ride a bike, she finds it hard to earn the respect of Sister Evangelina. Jenny sees an unfamiliar darker side of life following an encounter with a runaway.
Guest Stars: Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Amy McAllister as Mary | Liam Reilly as Clifford Mason | Sophie Cosson as Ingrid Mason | Darwin Shaw as Zakir | Jessica Jones as Charmaine | Jake Bailey as Jack Smith | Stanley Townsend as Father Joe | Victoria Alcock as Betty Smith | Penny Layden as Brena McEntee | Amelda Brown as Mrs Fraser | Nick Bartlett as Mr Smith |
Co-Guest Stars: Terry Bird as Cafe Proprietor | Mitchell Hunt as Sailor

3 :01x03 - Series 1, Episode 3

Jan/29/2012
Jenny finds her name being put on the district nursing roster for a few weeks so that she can extend her experience of community practice. She looks after Joe, an old soldier with awful leg ulcers and begins to grow very fond of him. After his condition deteriorates, Jenny realises how much their friendship has changed her life. Trixie and Cynthia enrol Winnie Lawson as a new patient.
Guest Stars: Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Roy Hudd as Joe Collett | George Rainsford as Jimmy | Tessa Churchard as Winnie Lawson | John Ashton (2) as Ted Lawson | Sophie Cosson as Ingrid Mason |
Co-Guest Stars: Valerie King as Neighbour | David Maybrick as Officer

4 :01x04 - Series 1, Episode 4

Feb/05/2012
A baby girl who was recently delivered by Jenny ends up being snatched from her pram. The local community is united as they search for the missing child. Cynthia ends up seeing another sort of loss as she soon-to-be parents David and Margaret.
Guest Stars: Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Amy McAllister as Mary | George Rainsford as Jimmy | Emma Noakes as Shirley Redmond | Tom Colley as Ron Redmond | Susie Baxter as Gladys | Tom Goodman-Hill as David Jones | Thomasin Rand as Ingrid Mason |
Co-Guest Stars: Anton Saunders as Milkman
Director: Jamie Payne

6 :01x06 - Series 1, Episode 6

Feb/19/2012
Sister Monica Joan is discovered walking around near the docks and is returned to Nonnatus House by the local police. She ends up succumbing to pneumonia and after she gets better, she gets herself in trouble with the police when she is accused of theft, and all of her friends are worried that she could end up in jail. Chummy is worried after her mother makes a trip to inspect her new 'beau'.
Guest Stars: Elizabeth Webster as Mrs Foster | Graham Padden as Mr Briggs | John Vernon (2) as Sergeant Parry | Kika Markham as Mother Jesu Emanuel | Debra Baker as Mrs Leck | Tina O'Brien as Cathy Powell | Jeff Innocent as Cakey Crumb | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | George Rainsford as Jimmy | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle |
Co-Guest Stars: Robin Browne as Chairman
Director: Jamie Payne

7 :01x07 - Christmas Special

Dec/25/2012
Christmas is just around the corner and the nuns and midwives of Nonnatus House are busier than usual. After an abandoned baby is found on the steps of the convent, the whole community comes together to offer food and clothing and attempt to locate his mother. Jenny Lee ends up getting caught up in a mystery that surrounds an elderly local woman called Mrs Jenkins. Chummy attempts to pull out all the stops to stage a memorable children's nativity play.
Guest Stars: Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Joanne Matthews as Mona Jones | Monsay Whitney as Hilda Levons | Elizabeth Hopley as Mrs Ivy Duncan | Ami Metcalf as Lynette Duncan | Sheila Reid as Mrs Jenkins

Series 2

9 :02x02 - Series 2, Episode 2

Jan/27/2013
The Nonnatus community is left feeling stunned after the Kelly family's new-born son dies in some unexplained circumstances. Cynthia, who wat the the birth, comes under intense pressure from the police, and the pregnant women of Poplar. Chummy’s decision to pursue her dream brings about a different sort of pressure ro maried life as exciting changes lie ahead for the couple.
Guest Stars: Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Kirsty J. Curtis as Irene Kelly | Eoin Geoghegan as Pat Kelly
Director: Roger Goldby

10 :02x03 - Series 2, Episode 3

Feb/03/2013
Jenny ends up being seconded to a short-staffed London Hospital to work on the male surgical ward and finds herself working under an intimidating surgeon, Mr Tracey. The midwives have a new addition called Jane, who lends a hand in Jenny's absence.
Guest Stars: Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Anthony Calf as Aubrey Tracey | Dorothy Atkinson as Jane Sutton |
Co-Guest Stars: Lucy Robinson as Matron
Director: Roger Goldby

11 :02x04 - Series 2, Episode 4

Feb/10/2013
Jenny needs to use all her skills as a midwife as she and Sister Evangelina help at the birth of the Roberts’ baby, who is born with spina bifida. Nonnatus House plays host to an friend of Chummy’s, the Reverend Applebee Thornton, who is an eccentric cleric who befriends Jane.
Guest Stars: Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Jamie Thomas King as Douglas Roberts | Leanne Rowe as Ruby Roberts | Jason Watkins (1) as Rev Applebee-Thornton
Director: Roger Goldby
Writer: Mark Catley

13 :02x06 - Series 2, Episode 6

Feb/24/2013
Crowded living conditions mean that tuberculosis has been rife in Poplar. A mass-Xray programme to diagnose the disease early though is introduced and Dr Turner is determined that the community will no longer live under the threat of the disease. The nuns and nurses attempt to support the doctor in his campaign to bring proper screening facilities to the area and Jenny’s district nursing rounds lead her to a family who have suffered devastating misfortune from the disease.
Guest Stars: Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Lisa Diveney as Julia Masterson | Hermione Gulliford as Mrs Flynn | Karl Johnson as Mr Masterson |
Co-Guest Stars: Trixiebell Harrowell as Small Girl
Director: China Moo-Young

14 :02x07 - Series 2, Episode 7

Mar/03/2013
Cynthia has to administer daily insulin injections to diabetic John Lacey, a bully who consistently belittles his wife Annie. When Annie’s beloved son Bob pays a visit, Annie gains the confidence to start to turn her life around. Jenny looks after a black mother to be, Monique, who is subjected to racial prejudice from her neighbours.
Guest Stars: Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Nick Hendrix as Bob Lacey | Kaye Wragg as Rita Bailey | Lizzie Roper as Nurse Peters
Director: Minkie Spiro

15 :02x08 - Series 2, Episode 8

Mar/10/2013
The convent comes under threat as old buildings are been demolished to make room for new flats. Fred's pregnant daughter Dolly and her young son come and stay with him. Jenny is wooed by a new love interest, Alec, a friend and colleague of Jimmy's. Chummy and PC Noakes prepare for the arrival of their baby.
Guest Stars: Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Dorothy Atkinson as Jane Sutton | George Rainsford as Jimmy | Ella Smith as Dolly Smart | Jake Bailey as Jack Smith
Director: Minkie Spiro

16 :02x09 - Christmas Special

Dec/25/2013
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Guest Stars: Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Sam Swainsbury as Alan Bridges | Raymond Coulthard as Captain Goodacre | Simon Armstrong as Major Fawcett | Nancy Carroll as Linda Buck | Sandi Toksvig as Sister Gibbs | Lucy Kilpatrick as Maggie |
Uncredited: Graham Curry as Sapper
Director: Thea Sharrock

Series 3

17 :03x01 - Series 3, Episode 1

Jan/19/2014
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Guest Stars: Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Hannah Edwards as Joan Rickart | Rachel Clarke as Mrs Wiggs | Tommy McDonnell as Billy Vickers | Leo Staar as Alec Jesmond | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Jack Bailey (1) as Jack Smith | Gemma Salter as Merle Vickers
Director: Thea Sharrock

18 :03x02 - Series 3, Episode 2

Jan/26/2014
Trixie is upset after Jenny is promoted, but the new Acting Sister has more important things to worry about after a mother-to-be reveals that the baby she is carrying is not her husbands and that the real father is black. Cynthia decides to give a lecture on natural childbirth, believing that it will help an overly anxious patient.
Guest Stars: Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Ben Bishop as Cyril Aston | Seline Hizli as Doris Aston | Faye Daveney as Nellie Short | Reece Pockney as Larry Aston | Roger Morlidge as Dr Robert Latham | Prue Clarke as Miss Ellaby | Nina De Cosimo as Lizzie | Leo Staar as Alec Jesmond | Nicholas Agnew as Bill Corbin | Christos Lawton as Ben Myles | Jessica Boshier as Mother 1 | Tasha Sheridan as Mother 2 | Hasan Dixon as Thomas Short | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner
Director: Juliet May (1)

20 :03x04 - Series 3, Episode 4

Feb/09/2014
Jenny ends up having an eventful couple of days, beginning with trying to help a patient who is struggling to deal with her mother, an agoraphobic who hasn't been outside for at least 12 years. Alec wants Jenny to accompany her to Brighton for the weekend, leaving her wondering if his intentions are honourable.
Guest Stars: Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Leo Staar as Alec Jesmond | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Beverley Klein as Mrs Tzirale Rubin | Amanda Daniels as Nurse Mills | Dominic Tighe as Clive Howard | Helen Phillips (2) as Kitty Chubb | Timothy Speyer as Mr Delaney
Director: Juliet May (1)

21 :03x05 - Series 3, Episode 5

Feb/16/2014
Sister Julienne and Cynthia are getting donated clothing ready for charity. One parcel is set to go to St Gideon's, an institution which cares for those with disabilities and learning difficulties. Jacob, who suffers with cerebral palsy, helps Sally, who has Down’s syndrome, select a pretty cardigan to wear to the institution's annual dance. Following the dance, Sally’s mother discovers her feeling unwell and takes her to Nonnatus House to be looked at. The midwives find out that she is six months pregnant, which sees some difficult decisions needing to be made.
Guest Stars: Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Rosalind March as Miss Molyneux | Sarah Gordy as Sally Harper | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Tony Turner as Vincent Atwood | Debra Gillett as Mrs Harper | Jim Conway (2) as Mr Harper | Holly Augustine as Beryl | Colin Young (1) as Jacob Milligan |
Co-Guest Stars: Dominic Borelli as Bus Conductor
Director: China Moo-Young

22 :03x06 - Series 3, Episode 6

Feb/23/2014
Tom and Fred are trying to spruce up an old bus outside of Nonnactus House which waylays the midwives who are due to set off on their rounds.
Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Louise Yates as Doreen Glennon | Neal Barry as Maurice Glennon | Fern Deacon as Gillian Glennon

23 :03x07 - Series 3, Episode 7

Mar/02/2014
Cynthia is concerned that new mother Pamela is overly anxious, when Dr Turner arrives the mother and baby can't be found. Jenny returns and is seconded to The London were she soon begins to see cracks in the establishment. Chummy visits her mother in London. Tom cancels his first date with Trixie who tries to hide how she really feels about it.
Guest Stars: Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Gethin Anthony as George Saint | Sophie Rundle as Pamela Saint | Jenna Russell as Sister Morgan | Emily Taaffe as Faye Rawle | Tom Brittney as Jack Rawle | Cheryl Campbell as Lady Fortescue-Browne | Sherry Baines as Mrs Litchcroft

24 :03x08 - Series 3, Episode 8

Mar/09/2014
Jenny pays a home visit to first time mother Jeanette and the two hit it off immediately, she is also introduced to Jeannette's cousin Philip. Chummy discovers her mother has discharged herself from hospital and her illness isn't getting any better. After a falling out, PC Noakes finding Lady Browne in great distress brings her to the home to be cared for in her final days.
Guest Stars: Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Aimee Kelly as Norma | Anna-Maria Everett as Peg Tunnidge | Cheryl Campbell as Lady Fortescue-Browne | Daniel Fearn as Colin Warneck | Michelle Duncan as Jeanette Heckford | Rachel Bavidge as Matron | Sherry Baines as Mrs Litchcroft

25 :03x09 - Christmas Special

Dec/25/2014
Jennifer prepares for Christmas at home with Philip, and reminisces about her friends and colleagues back in her youth. Rehearsals get underway for the Sunday School Christmas concert, as Chummy tries to choreograph the dancing snowflakes. Chummy is also enlisted alongside Patsy to run a poorly managed mother and baby home. Cynthia is drawn into a case which concerns two former residents of a Victorian mental hospital who have been left to fend for themselves.
Guest Stars: Ronald Pickup as Philip Worth | Kacey Ainsworth as Nancy | Ruth Sheen as Sister Maltby | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Liam Kiff as Freddie Noakes | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Juliana Rose Cotton as Maxine | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Louisa Connolly-Burham as Avril Fox | Lea Jackson as Denise Henshall | Lucy Black as Mrs. Henshall | Simon Sherlock as Stall Holder | Daniel Cerqueira as Victor | Josie Farmiloe as Yvonne Corless | Anna Farnworth as Miss French | Alexis Armson as Marcy Teeman | Tim Packham as Policeman

Series 4

26 :04x01 - Series 4, Episode 1

Jan/18/2015
A new nurse called Barbara, who is anxious to prove herself gets off to a bad start. A family of neglected children is discovered and Trixie becomes determined to restore their health and bring happiness into their lives.
Guest Stars: Paul Ansdell as Paediatrician | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Kathryn Bond as Mother 1 | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Greer Dale-foulkes as Sarah | Simon Darwen as Ted | Glen Davies as Shopkeeper | Alfie Davis as Gary Teeman | Ben Deery as George Wimbish | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Tommy French as Policeman | Guna Gultniece as Mom with baby | Chris Leask as Policeman at flat | Olivia Llewellyn as Colette Wimbish | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Rachel Marquez as Woman Police Constable | Stephen McGann as Patrick Turner | Alexander Perkins (2) as Milkman | Simon Sherlock as Stallholder | Bronte Tadman as Mother 2 | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred |
Uncredited: John Carr as Passer By

27 :04x02 - Series 4, Episode 2

Jan/25/2015
Barbara has to deal with her most challenging case yet after she helps a first-time mother as the birth does not to go according to plan. A new nurse shows up and soon makes an impression on Sister Evangelina.
Guest Stars: Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Reece Buttery as Bruce | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Emily De Cosimo as Mother | Mark Edel-Hunt as Anthony Newgarden | Nicholas Farrell as Charles Newgarden | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Emily Jane Kerr as Janine Ingerson | Kadiff Kirwan as Terence | Hattie Ladbury as Nurse Banks | Kate Lamb as Delia | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Stephen McGann as Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred | Kathryn Perkins as Edna | Cherrelle Skeete as Abigail Bissette
Director: Juliet May (1)

28 :04x03 - Series 4, Episode 3

Feb/01/2015
After Poplar has a mysterious outbreak of dysentery, first-time mother Marie Amos's life ends up being turned upside down after her husband Tony is arrested for gross indecency with another man. Patsy attempts to help the young couple, as Tony faces a criminal hearing. Nurse Crane attempts to help a pregnant Irish woman with two young children are covered in flea bites and clearly malnourished.
Guest Stars: Thomas Arnold as Mr. Lancing | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Nina De Cosimo as A Woman | Sarah Finigan as Superintendent Ginson | Richard Fleeshman as Tony Amos | Jasper Jacob as Deputy Chairman | Drew Lightowlers as McEvoy Child 2 | Jevon Lightowlers as McEvoy Child 1 | Colin Mace as Arthur Watts | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Katie Males as Mrs. Winston | Stephen McGann as Patrick Turner | Jeremiah O'Connor as Daniel McEvoy | Siobhán O'Kelly as Dolores McEvoy | Cliff Parisi as Fred | Cara Theobold as Marie Amos | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred
Director: Juliet May (1)

29 :04x04 - Series 4, Episode 4

Feb/08/2015
Sister Winifred learns about Poplar’s seedy underworld after she looks after Bridget Cole, an expectant prostitute. Shocked by the girl’s lack of awareness, she has to use her past teaching experience and help from SGT Noakes in an effort to promote 'safe sex' to the local working girls. Barbara finds it hard to understand why expectant father, Frank Robbins, is so desperate to have a son.
Guest Stars: Rose Shalloo as June Colter | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Alice Brown as Angela Turner | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Teresa Churcher as Janet Colter | Eileen Davies as Dora | Holli Dempsey as Bridget Cole | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Victoria Hamilton-Barritt as Girl | Emma Hartley-Miller as Eileen Bowe | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Stephen McGann as Patrick Turner | Christianne Oliveira as Ella | Cliff Parisi as Fred | Mark Penfold as Bishop | George Ross (2) as Frank Robbins | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred
Director: Amy Neil

30 :04x05 - Series 4, Episode 5

Feb/15/2015
Sister Julienne is forced to question absolute faith after she meets a Christian Scientist couple who refuse medicine for their new-born child. Things become more difficult after the parents are accused of harming their child.
Guest Stars: Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Paul Lancaster as Christian Science Practitioner | Stephen McGann as Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred | Kate Copeland as Miss Dawkins

31 :04x06 - Series 4, Episode 6

Feb/22/2015
A secret romance ends in heartbreak after teenager Paulette Roland learns that she is pregnant. Nurse Crane helps support the couple but Paulette's life is endangered after the two youngsters go on the run.
Guest Stars: Annabelle Apsion as Violet Gee | Richard Banks as Gypsy | Alice Brown as Angela Turner | Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes | Rita Davies as Pegeen | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Tommy French as Police Constable | Sam Gittins as Vaughn Sellars | Nell Hudson as Paulette Roland | Aiden Kelly as Dodie | Maria Doyle Kennedy as Attracta | Kate Lamb as Delia Busby | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Stephen McGann as Patrick Turner | Anne O'Riordan as Breda | Cliff Parisi as Fred | Alfie Stoker as Lenny Sellars | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred

32 :04x07 - Season 4, Episode 7

Mar/01/2015
A water shortage leaves Maternity Home is busier than ever. Two former school friends called Shirley and Marion are reunited and they are both pregnant with their first child but are now worlds apart.
Guest Stars: Annabelle Apsion as Violet Gee | Charles Armstrong as Mr. Carter | Alice Brown as Angela Turner | Sam Crane as Godfrey Smith | Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Chelsea Fitzgerald as Woman at Maternity House | Lisa Greenwood as Shirley Dent | Kayci Hamill as Glenda Severs | Kate Lamb as Delia Busby | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Stephen McGann as Dr. Patrick Turner | Patrick Molyneux as Mr. Severs | Katie Moore as Marion Smith | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | David Ryall as Tommy Mills | Una Stubbs as Gert Mills | Jimmy Walker as Ian Dent | Leon Williams as Man in Coffee Bar

33 :04x08 - Season 4, Episode 8

Mar/08/2015
Trixie and Sister Mary Cynthia work together to support a deaf mother to be, while a case of morning sickness ends up being more serious than at first suspected. Fred’s daughter is not happy about his upcoming wedding.
Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Patsy Mount | Annabelle Apsion as Violet Gee | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Ben Caplan as Sgt. Peter Noakes | Liam Kiff as Freddie Noakes | Lucy Phelps as Maureen Gadsby | Charlie Platt as Carole Kelly | Rosie Sansom as Marlene Dooley | Genevieve Barr as June Dillen | Thomas Christian as Kevin Dillen | Stephen McGann as Dr. Patrick Turner | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Maxine Evans as Mrs. Busby | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Alice Brown as Angela Turner
Director: Darcia Martin

Series 5

34 :05x01 - Christmas Special

Dec/25/2015
Christmas Day and a grieving mother receives a surprise that helps to restore the magic of Christmas.
Guest Stars: Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Ben Caplan as Sgt Peter Noakes | Alice Brown as Angela Turner | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Victoria Hamilton as Iris Willens | Stephanie Clift as Rosemary McConlough | Samantha Best as Eileen | Annabelle Apsion as Violet Buckle | Adrian Scarborough as Barrington Swann | Emily Squibb as Mother with sick child | Sadie Byron as Tina Lewis | Kate Lamb as Delia Busby | Maxine Evans as Mrs Busby | Melanie McLean as Betty Lewis | Will Caton-Cox as Boy with singing dog | Jack Hamilton as Graham | Charlotte Blake as Sarah
Director: Juliet May (1)

35 :05x02 - Series 5, Episode 1

Jan/17/2016
Easter is around the corner and the nuns and midwives of Nonnatus House are as busy as ever, as babies are born to myriad families across the borough. Patsy attempts to help experienced mother Rhoda Mullucks give birth to a baby with severe deformities. After she refuses to reject her new-born child, the father finds it hard to come to terms with the harsh realities of his daughter’s problems.
Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patsy Mount | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Alice Brown as Angela Turner | Alix Dunmore as Instructress | Jamie McLelland as Perry Mullucks | Liz White as Rhoda Mullucks | Bart Edwards as Denny Wray | Lily-Rose Aslandogdu as Belinda Mullucks | Chris Reilly as Bernie Mullucks | Maggie McCarthy as Olive Nattrass | Kate Lamb as Delia Busby | Maxine Evans as Mrs Busby

36 :05x03 - Series 5, Episode 2

Jan/24/2016
A struggling dockworker’s wife has to make a difficult decision over the birth of her child, leading Barbara having to make the biggest decision of her career. Nurse Crane joins a Spanish class, where she meets widower Tommy who shares her passion for everything Mediterranean.
Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patsy Mount | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Katherine Rose Morley as Stella Beckett | Leanne Joyce as Rita Ball | Laura Matthews as Hayley Balk | Jessie Cave as Connie Manley | Jason Maza as Johnny Beckett | Glyn Grimstead as Billy Gibson | Joshua James as Frankie Manley | Doron Davidson as Spanish Tutor | Paul Copley as Tommy Smith | Nicky Goldie as Sally | Soo Drouet as Helena | Nadine Hanwell as Marjorie Smith

38 :05x05 - Series 5, Episode 4

Feb/07/2016
With modern world starting to encroach on traditional Poplar life, everybody is beginning to notice the changes. Sister Julienne is impressed by the medical advances at a local hospital that are saving the lives of mothers and babies.
Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patsy Mount | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Chloe Harris as Linda Lanyard | Ted Reilly as Ian Bulmer | Hayley Carmichael as Sadie Bulmer | Samantha Baines as Dot | Becci Gemmell as Ruby Cottingham | Ian Burfield as Maurice | Kate Lamb as Delia Busby | Teresa Banham as Sister Knowles | Gerrard McArthur as Mr Kenley | Maddie Rice as Nurse | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Alice Brown as Angela Turner
Director: Sheree Folkson

39 :05x06 - Series 5, Episode 5

Feb/14/2016
Dr Turner and Shelagh campaign for better respiratory health for their patients and Timothy realises that his parents are putting themselves at risk by continuing to smoke. A back injury forces Violet to leave her beloved shop in Fred’s care and their relationship grows stronger but there are some unforeseen consequences.
Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patsy Mount | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Andrew Havill as Denis Dawley | Celeste Dodwell as Roseanne Dawley | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Annabelle Apsion as Violet Buckle | Charlotte Eaton as Mrs Cadman | Laura Cox as Mrs Dash | Kate Lamb as Nurse Delia Busby | Rupert Holliday-Evans as Mr Phillips | Rae Brogan as Woman in Shop | Roger Ringrose as Dr James McAdam | Sarah Quintrell as Mrs Phillips | Natasha Sparkes as Nel Tanner | Adrianna Bertola as Cathy Tanner | Robin Bowerman as Mr Stephens

40 :05x07 - Series 5, Episode 6

Feb/21/2016
Some local violent attacks on women leaves Poplar in a state of fear. Prostitute Lizzie is too ashamed of what people will think to file a report which leaves others in danger.
Guest Stars: Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Ben Caplan as Sgt Peter Noakes | Alice Brown as Angela Turner | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Sarah Durham as Thora Hills | Rosie Jones as Lizzie | Kate Lamb as Nurse Delia Busby | Jill McAusland as Diane Hills | Heather Coombs as Vera Barnes | Jasmyn Banks as Judith Coleman | William Hoyland as Dr Godfrey | Neil Jennings as CDC Volunteer | Andy Daniel as Colin Coleman | Brian Doherty as Corney O'Conley
Director: Lisa Clarke

41 :05x08 - Series 5, Episode 7

Feb/28/2016
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Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patsy Mount | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Kate Lamb as Nurse Delia Busby | Kathryn O'Reilly as Daisy Blacker | Alex McSweeney as Joe Blacker | Maisie Hopkins as Lou Blacker | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Grace Stone as Gina Matlin | Danny Walters as Leslie Matlin | Jessie Hills as Della Wheatley
Director: Darcia Martin

42 :05x09 - Series 5, Episode 8

Mar/06/2016
With Christmas just around the corner, the time has come to accept the things that have passed, and look to the future. The cause of the recent spate of infant limb deformities is finally uncovered and realising that his own prescriptions could have exacerbated the tragedy, Dr Turner is forced to jump into action in an effort to stop any further damage.
Guest Stars: Emerald Fennell as Nurse Patsy Mount | Victoria Yeates as Sister Winifred | Stephen McGann as Dr Patrick Turner | Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle | Jack Ashton as Tom Hereward | Ben Caplan as Sgt Peter Noakes | Annabelle Apsion as Violet Buckle | Rosie Cavaliero as Tessie Anslem | Will Brown as Mitchell Anselm | Liz White as Rhoda Mullucks | Elicia Daly as Doreen | Anjana Vasan as Tripti Valluk | Sheena May as Noelle Anselm | Kate Lamb as Nurse Delia Busby | Becci Gemmell as Ruby Cottingham | Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner | Sam Alexander as Mr Crellin | Maxine Evans as Mrs Busby
Director: Darcia Martin
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama, Family, Literature, Medical
Status: Returning Series
Airs: Sundays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 15, 2012
Episodes Order: 8
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