This article is about Series Two of Call The Midwife.
Series Two was first broadcast in 2013 and told further tales of the inhabitants of Nonnatus House and their work in the community of Poplar, London in the 1950s.
Along with childbirth, the second series addressed issues such as domestic violence, child neglect, immigration and racism, neonatal death, the treatment of children born with disabilities, illegal abortions and a tuberculosis epidemic.
Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne
Miranda Hart as Chummy Noakes
Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee
Pam Ferris as Sister Evangelina
Helen George as Trixie Franklin
Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan
Bryonny Hannah as Cynthia Miller
Laura Main as Sister Bernadette
Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle
Stephen McGann as Dr Turner
Max Macmillian as Timothy Turner
Ben Caplan as PC Peter Noakes
George Rainsford as Jimmy Wilson
Dorothy Atkinson as Jane Sutton
Jason Watkins as Reverend Applebee-Thornton
Leo Starr as Alec Jesmond
Vanessa Redgrave as the voice of Mature Jenny