Episode 2

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Call the Midwife, Series 2 Episode 2 of 8

Duration: 1 hour

The Nonnatus community is rocked when the Kelly family's new born son dies tragically in unexplained circumstances. Cynthia, who had attended the birth, comes under intense scrutiny from the police and the pregnant women of Poplar. Despite reassurances from her friends and colleagues, Cynthia questions her own abilities and the immense strain takes its toll on her work and health.

Now fully ensconced in married life with PC Noakes, Chummy's decision to pursue her dream brings about a different sort of pressure as exciting changes lie ahead for the couple. Meanwhile, a chance encounter returns Jimmy to Jenny's life with surprising results.

Last on

Sun 3 Feb 2013 13:25 BBC One Channel Islands, HD, London, North East & Cumbria, Northern Ireland HD, Oxfordshire, Wales HD only

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Credits

Jenny Lee
Jessica Raine
Sister Julienne
Jenny Agutter
Sister Evangelina
Pam Ferris
Chummy Noakes
Miranda Hart
Sister Monica Joan
Judy Parfitt
Trixie Franklin
Helen George
Cynthia Miller
Bryony Hannah
Sister Bernadette
Laura Main
PC Peter Noakes
Ben Caplan
Dr Turner
Stephen McGann
Fred
Cliff Parisi
Jimmy
George Rainsford
Sheila Cooke
Jenny Bolt
Irene Kelly
Kirsty J Curtis
Pat Kelly
Eoin Geoghegan
Conor Kelly
Aaron Harris
Mrs Payne
Carolyn Tomkinson
Francine Turner
Cassandra Compton
Mr Lennon
Andrew Ashford
April Lennon
Catherine Skinner
Jack Smith
Jake Bailey
Timothy Turner
Max Macmillan
Voice of Mature Jenny
Vanessa Redgrave
Producer
Hugh Warren
Director
Roger Goldby
Writer
Harriet Warner

Broadcasts

  • Sun 27 Jan 2013 20:00 BBC One except Scotland

  • Sun 3 Feb 2013 13:25 BBC One Channel Islands, HD, London, North East & Cumbria, Northern Ireland HD, Oxfordshire, Wales HD only

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