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Call The Midwife series 12 will feature the first time using a catheter during childbirth

Set in 1968, season 12 of Call The Midwife will be heavily influenced by Enoch Powell’s divisive anti-immigration speech – which gets him ejected from the shadow cabinet.

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Call the Midwife’s sequel series will feature the show’s first physical exam and first use of a catheter during a birth.

Set in 1968, it will also be heavily influenced by Enoch Powell’s divisive anti-immigration speech – which got him kicked out of the shadow cabinet.

Show host Heidi Thomas explains: “The first episode of the new series coincided with Enoch Powell’s famous speech about rivers of blood, which changed the way people of all cultures and ethnicities Different people act with each other, and we feel we can’t ignore that. . ”

Regarding the show’s new appearance – which has not been chosen yet – she explained: “We have a new nun joining us, Sister Veronica, who came in the first episode.







Call the Midwife sequel series will feature show’s first wellness visit and first use of a catheter during childbirth
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“Sister Veronica will be our first wellness visitor, she’ll help us steer our new policies at the time – she’s very involved in what we call preventative health, such as nutrition and supporting families.”

Thomas says that “vacuum extraction” will be performed for the first time – with an episode in which the group is sent out for a training session.

She added: “Whether Dr Turner can afford a ventilator is another matter. It can look like an incubator and need fundraising. “

The Christmas special will bring back actress Liz White as Rhoda Mullucks, whose daughter Susan was the victim of the thalidomide scandal.







Episode 12 of Call The Midwife will also depict the widening gap between the rich and the poor in the late 60s
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Thomas said: ‘We met Susan again when she was 6 years old, about to have a prosthetic limb. We see the impact it has on her parents.

“They’re at the heart of everything because their stories allow us to do what we’re good at – it’s about humanity, persistence and what love can do.”

She said that the 12th season of the film will also portray the widening gap between rich and poor in the late 60s.

“There’s no way you can deny our series is going to repeat something we’re seeing today and that’s pretty upsetting, when thinking 50 years later, some people are still having the same problem. as their parents and grandparents did.”

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