Central Ohio public health advocates gained some political support on Monday to keep funding intact for a children’s health insurance program.
Call The Midwife
This past spring PBS announced they had acquired a new hit series from the BBC.Â I was happy, we seem to be having pretty good luck with BBC series.Â Then I heardÂ this new series had a higher viewing audience in Britain than “Downton Abbey”.Â Okay now I was very happy, but a little reserved. Â “Call the Midwife” is a bit different from Downton, an English castle in the countryside versus the East End of London after World War II, not quite the same feel.
One Sunday afternoon I sat down to watch the first hour of “Call the Midwife”.Â I had things to do that afternoon so I didn’t want to invest anymore time on the series than I’d planned.Â The first hour concluded, I went straight to hour two and several hours later I had watched the entire series!Â I love the characters and the storylines, it was so much more than I had expected.Â I’m thrilled that you finally get the chance to see this wonderful new series.
“Call the Midwife” starts in the spring of 1957, when newly qualified midwife Jenny Lee arrives in the East End of London to begin her career.Â Jenny thinks she has been posted to a private hospital, she’s surprised to find her new home is a convent with a colorful mix of inhabitants. Living with nuns and working in a poor community are different from anything Jenny has ever encountered.Â Â It doesn’t take long for the viewer to get wrapped up in her life andÂ experiences.
“Call the Midwife” airs Sunday, September 30 at 8:00pm with an encore presentation Thursday, October 4 at 10:00pm on WOSU TV.Â Â “Call the Midwife” will air Monday, October 1 at 8:00pm on WOSU PLUS.