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on 1 January 2014
Miranda Hart is an actress who is treasured for her zany sit-com MIRANDA.
But in CALL THE MIDWIFE she proves she can also take on a serious role with considerable aplomb.

The action takes place in the slum district Poplar in 50s London - where a set of Nuns is dedicated to looking after the stream of babies (mainly unwanted) which all the mothers in the film take for granted as their inescapable lot in life. In this run-down dock-side area, God, Love, Fear, Birth and Death are constantly evolving. Don't miss this warm, heartfelt and simply wonderful BBC production
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