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What's on TV|May 01, 2021
Pining for her family in Jamaica, can Lucille strike the right work-life balance in Poplar?
VICTORIA WILSON

Since arriving in the UK from Jamaica, Lucille Anderson has thrown herself into her job as a midwife at Nonnatus House. As she battles feeling homesick, this week Lucille makes an important diagnosis in the health of one of her mums-tobe, which reminds her why she came to work in Poplar, in the East End of London, in the first place.

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