Season 2

Premiere Date: March 31, 2013

Rejoin the midwives and nuns who minister to the community of 1950s East End London. Season 2 stays true to the show's roots — viewers can expect to see more births, babies and bicycling, plus blossoming romance from an unexpected quarter.

Explore the Episodes

Episode 1

Episode 1

Find out why Nurse Lee is concerned about a new patient who’s about to give birth.

Episode 2

Episode 2

See how the death of a newborn affects Cynthia’s work and health.

Episode 3

Episode 3

Meet the new addition to Nonnatus House and identical twins, one of whom is pregnant.

Episode 4

Episode 4

See how a newborn’s parents struggle to accept their baby’s disability.

Episode 5

Episode 5

Witness preparations for a summer festival — and the distress of an impoverished mother.

Episode 6

Episode 6

Witness the community’s experiences with tuberculosis.

Episode 7

Episode 7

See how Cynthia and Jenny respond to racial prejudice among their patients.

Episode 8

Episode 8

Experience the joys of Chummy, Fred and Jenny – and the threats to the convent.

Holiday Special 2012

Holiday Special 2012

Join the nurses and nuns of Nonnatus House as they celebrate Christmas in the East End.

Season 2 Blogs

Season 2 blogs

Baby by Choice, Not by Chance

Posted by Andrea Altomaro on

The Taboo

Posted by Tish Roeske on

Unconditional Love

Posted by Andrea Altomaro on

She Dreamt of a Perfect Child From the Day She Conceived

Posted by Katie Moriarty on

Resilience

Posted by Tish Roeske on

Where There Is Anger There Is Always Fear

Posted by Katie Moriarty on

Real Life or Call the Midwife?

Posted by Andrea Altomaro on

Parallels

Posted by Tish Roeske on

Finding Strength Through Loss

Posted by Andrea Altomaro on

Trust

Posted by Tish Roeske on
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