The creative team and cast members live streamed an exclusive look at this Primetime Emmy award-winning drama on Saturday, May 3 at 3pm. Watch the recorded event here:
John Hornbeck came to a Thursday forum in Kansas City, Kan., with two cans of green beans. His point was to illustrate that solving hunger isn’t as simple as merely providing someone something to eat -- especially when health is thrown into the mix. The CEO of Episcopal Community Services in Kansas City, Mo., a network of anti-hunger ministries on both sides of the state line in the metropolitan area, Hornbeck said one can of green beans contained nearly the full daily allowance of sodium for someone with hypertension. The other was a more expensive, low-sodium variety that’s not often…
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Learn about the attention to detail that goes behind the sets, props, and costumes to make Call the Midwife true to the era of 1950s East End London.