You might have already realised how much I love Call the Midwife and the last episode was no exception!
The idea of nuns going out to minister to the less savoury parts of society is nothing new, but I loved the idea of a Sister Winifred going out to sort out the ladies of the night and trying to get in before their "Rush Hour" with poor old Sergeant Noakes in tow! How nice to have your own personal Bobby on hand in times of spiritual need!
Then was the mother afraid of her husband's rejection if her child was not a boy to carry on the family name and business. His guilt at being the only male survivor after the War seemed to be the root and perhaps some counselling there might have been more fruitful in the long run, but it all turned out well in the end!
My Favourite plot line was the wonderful way Sister Monica Joan and Mrs Turner were able to regain some sense of worth, both feeling superfluous and lost within the scheme of things, both
coming to the aid of a woman in labour when the inebriated Trixie was incapacitated whilst on call.