We wept on set filming Call The Midwife’s story on thalidomide

CALL The Midwife fans should brace themselves – one of the new series’ storylines is so heart-breaking it left stars weeping on set.
The first episode, to air early next year, will see a baby born with deformities caused by the mum being prescribed anti-morning sickness drug thalidomide.
Of course the effects of the drug given to pregnant women in the 1950s and 1960s were not known at the time — and the rest of the series will follow the horror of the affected child’s family and midwives as the truth emerges.
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