Call the Midwife Christmas Special 2020. Everyone looks forward to a traditional Christmas, but things don’t go as planned; the circus arrives in Poplar, bringing new friendships, experiences, and an adventure for Nurse Crane.
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Call the Midwife Christmas Special 2020
How can I watch Call the Midwife Christmas special 2020?
The Call the Midwife Christmas Special will be broadcast at 7.40 pm Christmas Day on BBC One and runs for approximately 90 minutes. If you’d prefer to watch it online, you can do so live or on-demand via BBC iPlayer.
What happened in Call the Midwife Christmas special 2020?
S10. Sister Monica Joan is rushed to hospital, while Trixie is less than impressed to receive a subscription to a Marriage Bureau as a Christmas present. Sister Monica Joan is rushed to hospital, while Trixie is less than impressed to receive a subscription to a Marriage Bureau as a Christmas present.
Will there be a Call the Midwife Christmas Special 2020?
When filming was able to begin for Call the Midwife, the team concentrated on delivering the 90-minute festival special in time for Christmas Day as a top priority. It aired on 25th December 2020 on BBC One and is available on BBC iPlayer.
Who does Trixie marry in Call the Midwife?
During her time on the show, the 36-year-old Birmingham-born beauty has found love with her former co-star Jack Ashton, with whom she welcomed her daughter Wren in September 2017.
Is Peter Davison in Call the Midwife Christmas special 2020?
Peter Davison has joined the Call the Midwife’s 2020 Christmas Special as Mr. Percival, the Ringmaster of Percival’s Circus. The Circus parade brings a large crowd to Poplar who are keen to see the talent!
Is baby Susan in Call the Midwife really disabled?
No, a special prosthetic baby was used to recreate the delivery of a thalidomide baby. You can find out more about how the scenes were filmed here. How did Susan’s family react to her birth? Rhoda was determined to do the best for her daughter, no matter what.