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Call The Midwife fans rejoice as Christmas special teaser is revealed on Children in Need

CALL The Midwife fans were "buzzing" on Twitter tonight after Children in Need revealed a teaser for the festive episode.

Viewers declared they "can't wait" for the Xmas special as actress Jennifer Kirby, who plays nurse Valerie Dyer, returned in the swinging sixties.

A first look at Call The Midwife's Christmas special aired during Children In Need

The show's first black nurse Lucille also makes her debut, with the new West Indian character representing the influx of Caribbean nurses to the NHS in the 1960s.

One viewer wrote on Twitter: "I loveeed that clip of #CallTheMidwife "

Another said: "Ok Christmas I am kindly asking you to hurry up so ctm can be back to us"

As a third summed up sentiments as they raved: "Buzzing for the Christmas special"

Actress Jennifer Kirby returns as ex-Army nurse Valerie Dyer

People at home said they were impressed with the snippet of storyline that showed the young midwives responding to a "BBA".

Ex-Army nurse Valerie's evening with the girls is interrupted when a man bangs on their front door and yells for help for his heavily pregnant wife, who is having a 'born before arrival' labour.

Call The Midwife's Christmas Special will air on Christmas Day on BBC One.

The exact time is yet to be confirmed, but last year it was on at 7.40pm.

Call the Midwife will be back with another Christmas Special

The full plot is being kept a secret but we do know that Sister Mildred (played by Miriam Margolyes) arrives unexpectedly at Nonnatus House with four Chinese orphans.

Having fled China, the child refugees were found abandoned in Hong Kong and are being adopted in the UK as part of the World Refugee Project.

The Christmas special will also see the return of Nurse Trixie, played by Helen George.

Miriam Margolyes - seen here bottom right - will be in the show's Christmas special

An eighth season is set to air on BBC One in January and February 2019.

The season will consist of eight hour-long episodes.

The hit series has been renewed until 2020.

The first look at the Call The Midwife Christmas Special

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