The BBC  have announced that the hit show Call The Midwife is to carry on for a third series despite running out of memoirs from the original books. So far the series has been adapted from three collections of memoirs written by Jennifer Worth, a retired nurse who died in 2011 before the first show was broadcast. However, screenwriter Heidi Thomas is now going to write the next series of new trials and challenges for nurse Jenny Lee and the nuns of Nonnatus house herself.

This East end drama, starring Miranda Hart and Jessica Raine, has the biggest hit drama for the BBC for more than a decade. The insight into the poorest areas of the capital in the 1950s has captivated audiences all over the country, pulling up to 9 million viewers each sunday night.  We can’t wait to see what this new series has to offer! Will you be watching? Join the conversation on our facebook and twitter pages!