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12 – 14 April 2019

Join us for the largest and most prestigious television festival in the UK.

Call the Midwife

+ panel with writer-creator Heidi Thomas and cast members Leonie Elliott, Helen George and Jennifer Kirby

The inside story of the Sunday-evening favourite with the hard-hitting storylines.

Image from Call the Midwife: The Most Radical Show on Television

Photograph: Nicky Johnston / Neal St Productions

Total runtime 60min

It may be one of the nation's favourite Sunday-evening delights, but Call the Midwife doesn't hold back from hard-hitting, sensitive and relevant storylines. Backstreet abortion, disability, cot death, racial tension, alcoholism and the thalidomide scandal have all featured in a drama that isn't afraid to explore some of the great social divides of the 50s and 60s - while still finding a message of hope for our times. Join writer and creator Heidi Thomas and cast members Leonie Elliott, Helen George and Jennifer Kirby for a fascinating discussion.

Tickets £20, concs £16 (BFI Members pay £2 less).



 

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