Susan, noticing a pattern in a string of London murders, contacts her old friends from Bletchley — Millie, Lucy and Jean — to try to identify the killer. Treating the crimes like a code to be cracked, the women gather all available information and evidence and then, through a sequence of clever deductions, determine how the killer is finding his victims and where a missing girl must have been abducted. Can they reach her before the killer claims his fifth victim?
Returning from her stint at the London Hospital, Jenny needs all her midwifery skill when she and Sister Evangelina assist at the birth of a baby born with spina bifida. The parents struggle to understand and accept their son’s condition. Jenny, who has never delivered a disabled child, struggles to accept the implications the illness could have for the child’s future. Nonnatus House, meanwhile, plays host to an acquaintance of Chummy’s — an eccentric cleric who befriends Jane.
Opera star Stephanie Blythe has long been a champion of American song. Here she pays tribute to Kate Smith, a beloved singer whose stirring and resilient voice helped to comfort the nation during World War II. The program was taped during Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series.
Stephanie Blythe’s rich, commanding mezzo-soprano voice has captivated audiences in many of the world’s great opera houses. This concert, part of Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series, features an up-close look at works made famous by the late Kate Smith, whose voice helped both to comfort and galvanize the nation during World War II.
"Celebration: Stephanie Blythe Meets Kate Smith" on Live From Lincoln Ccnter can be seen on Friday, April 19th on channel 3.