Season 7

Premiere date: March 25, 2018

Poplar welcomes Lucille Anderson, the first West Indian midwife to be featured as a series regular. Tested as never before, the nuns and nurses face challenging issues, from leprosy, tokophobia and stroke to Huntington’s chorea and unmarried mothers.

Explore the Episodes

Episode 1

Episode 1

A new midwife, late and ill, is called from her sick bed to assist with a breech birth.

Episode 2

Episode 2

Lucille faces racism and prejudice when a new mother becomes ill.

Episode 3

Episode 3

A mother abandons her children at the clinic, leaving the family devastated.

Episode 4

Episode 4

Sister Julienne helps during a difficult time; Sister Monica Joan's eyesight strains.

Episode 5

Episode 5

Lucille helps a woman face her fears; a case of suspected smallpox causes alarm.

Episode 6

Episode 6

Barbara helps a widowed, pregnant mother of two; a furious mother objects to a class.

Episode 7

Episode 7

Barbara’s in isolation at the hospital; the Turners assist a man held in a remand home.

Episode 8

Episode 8

The team prepares for a birthday; a change brings a large influx of patients to Nonnatus.

2017 Holiday Special

2017 Holiday Special

The midwives strive to provide patient care during the coldest winter in 300 years.

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Understanding and Loving All of Ourselves

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