Have you ever wondered how the nuns of Nonnatus House keep things running so efficiently? Or wanted to see how the midwives keep their uniforms looking so sleek under pressure?
Then chances are you’ll jump at the chance to join them on the set of Call The Midwife series five.
And it just so happens you can win a trip to that very set if you’re at the Call The Midwife panel at this weekend’s Radio Times Festival.
As the heart-warming midwifery tale moves further into the 1960s, Jenny Agutter – who plays Sister Julienne – and Emerald Fennell (midwife Patsy Mount) will lift the lid on the forthcoming fifth series at the festival, alongside the show’s executive producer, Pippa Harris, and writer Heidi Thomas.
And one very lucky attendee will win a rather special prize: a trip to the Call The Midwife set in Longcross, Surrey, during which you’ll visit some of the show’s most iconic sets, get some lunch, and even see some of series five being filmed.
How do you enter? Well, it’s simple. Come to the Call The Midwife session (tickets available here) and enter by leaving your name and address. The names will all be popped into a prize draw and the winner will be announced at a later date.