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Call the Midwife

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    Posted by lambert223 (U15156850) on Tuesday, 21st February 2012

    I must congratulate the BBC on a fantasic series Call the Midwife.
    It was made with sentiment, feeling and humour. It had everything. Miranda Hart was fantasic and is worthy of winning a BAFTA for her role as Chummy. The story lines were exceptional and real life - well done the BBC for putting something on that was well written, well acted and just downright enjoyable. Please enjoy Miranda Hart to do more drama - she was excellent.
    Hopefully it wont be too long before you make another and longer series as I feel I was just getting to know all the characters. Please pass on congratulations to all the people involved. This was a series which was much enjoyed and I will miss it on a Sunday night. Bring it back soon.

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    Posted by Peta (U24) on Wednesday, 22nd February 2012

    Thank you very much for taking the time to post lambert223, welcome to the board!

    If you'd like to see what other people are saying about the programme there's a long discussion here

    Please feel free to join in above - I'm closing this discussion, so that we can keep all comments about the programme in one main conversation!

    Thanks again,

    Peta POV board host

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