/Jenny Lee Starts Her New Life as a Midwife – Call the Midwife – Series 1 Episode 1 – BBC One

Jenny Lee Starts Her New Life as a Midwife – Call the Midwife – Series 1 Episode 1 – BBC One

Young midwife Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) arrives in London’s East End squalor in 1957. In fact, The newly-qualified midwife is the latest arrival at Nonnatus House, a convent in one of the poorest areas of London.

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In the series, Young midwife Jenny Lee is immersed in situations both disturbing and comical in Series 1, set in a nursing convent in 1950s London.

As the star of hit BBC series “Call The Midwife”, Jessica Raine is used to sporting unflattering period costume.

With the leading role in Call the Midwife, the BBC’s highly successful new drama series, looking unflattering has done Jessica Raine no harm!

She is right now one of televisions most sought after properties!

She has also co-starred in the BBC’s “Baptiste. Played the role of Genevieve, alongside Tom Hollander as Edward. Has also been engaged to ‘Mr Selfridge’ star Tom Goodman-Hill, and is starring in BBC Ones spin-off of detective drama The Missing.

Jenny Lee and the Plot Behind “Call the Midwife”

The plot follows recently certified midwife Jenny Lee, along with the work of midwives and the nuns of Nonnatus House, a nursing convent and part of an Anglican spiritual order, managing the medical issues in the financially deprived Poplar district of London’s frantically bad East End in the 1950s. The Midwives and sis perform numerous nursing responsibilities throughout the neighborhood. With in between 80 and 100 infants being born each month in Poplar alone, the main work is to assist in bringing forward safe births to females in the location, and help them to look after their numerous babies.

Nurse Jenny Lee gets here at Nonnatus House in 1957, at the age of 22, entirely uninformed of the world she is about to go into. Although at first surprised by the conditions in which her clients live, Jenny comes to accept the material restrictions of the world in which she works, and to enjoy the individuals who in real-life would have lived there.

Miranda Hart

Ferris-who is likewise understood for playing Miss Trunchbull in Danny DeVito’s movie adjustment of Matilda, follows in the steps of Jessica Raine and Miranda Hart, both of whom formerly bailed out of the series. Raine had actually played the program’s lead character, Nurse Jenny Lee, till her choice to stop at the end of the 3rd season in 2014.

Enjoying all the memories pass, I’m sure a lot of you felt the very same pull of a couple of tears as the characters did (amusing that there were no photos of Jenny Lee though). And to cheer us up with a little expect the future (next season), there’s even a welcoming from Trixie, a clip of her having tea in the Portofino sunlight (we hope the tea’s not increased!).

Call the Midwife’s First Episode

And so, like Jenny Lee verifies in Call the Midwife’s very first episode, the audience really quickly starts to see the cursing, sweating, smoking cigarettes East End moms onscreen as heroines, getting on with life in spite of illness, death, and pregnancy. Every birth is gone to by a midwife.

Ferris-who is likewise understood for playing Miss Trunchbull in Danny DeVito’s movie adjustment of Matilda -follows in the steps of Jessica Raine and Miranda Hart, both of whom formerly bailed out of the series. Raine had actually played the program’s lead character, Nurse Jenny Lee, up until her choice to stop at the end of the 3rd season in 2014.

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