Call the Midwife season 10 returns to BBC One this week but just who is set to appear in the cast of episode 4? Meet guest stars Megan Cusack, Lizzie Aaryn-Stanton, Jack Archer and Rebecca Lacey.
Call the Midwife has been one of BBC One’s brightest and most popular shows since it arrived on our screens in 2012.
After almost a decade on our screens, we’ve come to know and love the cast of Call the Midwife like family.
But just who is set to appear in the cast of Call the Midwife season 10, episode 4? Who are this week’s guest stars?
Call the Midwife season 10, episode 4
After returning to our screens on April 18th, Call the Midwife season 10 continues with episode 4 on Sunday, May 9th.
The fourth chapter of series 10 takes place in July 1966 as Britain is gripped by World Cup fever.
Back in Poplar, Nonnatus House awaits the arrival of four new Pupil Midwives who can’t waste any time learning the ropes.
Meanwhile, Dr Turner and Nurse Crane are faced with the concerning case of a 17-year-old boy with a desperate secret while Fred has secretly put on an accumulator bet for the World Cup and with the final approaching, his nerves threaten to get the better of him.
Episode 4 cast
As ever in Call the Midwife, the sisters and nurses at Nonnatus House are joined by a host of guest stars and joining the cast this week are:
Main and recurring cast
- Jenny Agutter as Sister Julienne
- Linda Bassett as Nurse Phyllis Crane
- Judy Parfitt as Sister Monica Joan
- Helen George as Nurse Trixie Franklin
- Laura Main as Nurse Shelagh Turner
- Leonie Elliott as Nurse Lucille Anderson
- Stephen McGann as Dr. Patrick Turner
- Daniel Laurie as Reggie Jackson
- Cliff Parisi as Fred Buckle
- Annabelle Apsion as Violet Buckle
- Ella Bruccoleri as Sister Frances
- Fenella Woolgar as Sister Hilda
- Zephryn Taitte as Cyril Robinson
- Georgie Glen as Miss Millicent Higgins
- Max Macmillan as Timothy Turner
- Olly Rix as Matthew Aylward
- Vanessa Redgrave as Voice of Mature Jennifer Worth
Episode 4 guest stars
- Jack Archer as Michael Leeks
- Rebecca Lacey as Rita Leeks
- Megan Cusack as Pupil Midwife Nancy Corrigan
- Michael Gould as Godfrey
- Lizzie Aaryn-Stanton as Beryl Greaney
- John Mackay as Nurse Fraser
Guest star spotlight
Jack Archer as Michael Leeks
Taking on the role of troubled teen Michael Leeks is Jack Archer.
ITV viewers may recognise Jack from his stint as Jamie Marshbrook in series 2 of The Bay which aired earlier this year.
Aside from that, Jack has also appeared in The Haunting of Alice Bowles as well as a host of short films.
Rebecca Lacey as Rita Leeks
Playing the motherly Rita Leeks is a veteran of TV and film roles, Rebecca Lacey.
The 56-year-old actress made her debut in the 1981 ITV series Vice Versa and has since appeared in over 50 acting roles.
Her most prominent appearances have come in the likes of May to December, Carry on Columbus, Chalet Girl as well as over 50 episodes of Casualty in the 1990s.
Megan Cusack as Pupil Midwife Nancy Corrigan
One of the key new additions in episode 4 is 25-year-old Megan Cusack as Nancy Corrigan.
The Cork-born actress has only just begun her career but looks set to make a splash on Midwife.
Unbelievably, Call the Midwife is just Megan’s third role according to IMDb, the others coming in BBC daytime drama Doctors and the 2020 film The Cherry Orchard.
Michael Gould as Godfrey
Michael Gould takes on the role of Godfrey in episode 4.
The 60-year-old actor has appeared in almost 40 roles with his most notable appearances coming in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, 2017’s Darkest Hour and Greg Davies’ Channel 4 comedy Man Down.
Lizzie Aaryn-Stanton as Beryl Greaney
And finally, Lizzie Aaryn-Stanton takes on the role of Beryl Greaney in episode 4, a young mum-to-be. It just wouldn’t be Midwife without the imminent arrival of a baby, would it?
Lizzie has 16 acting credits to her name according to IMDb and aside from several short film appearances, the Sri-Lankan born actress has appeared in Doctors as well as the films Book of Monsters, The Good Neighbour and Love Online.
Call the Midwife season 10 continues on BBC One on Sunday, May 9th at 8pm.