CALL the Midwife's muchloved Chummy
won't appear in the next series.
She told us: "I am very sad not to have been able to be involved in series five but, on the plus side, maybe Chummy
can come back in the next series an enlightened, crazed 60s hippy, having an affair with Paul McCartney.
Jennifer remembers back to 1959, as Chummy
attempts to choreograph a dance involving little girls dressed as snowflakes for the Sunday School Christmas concert - it's a task that proves to be far harder than she imagined.
puts a show together with the little girls and it's very sweet.
Though she's larger than life and full of fun, Chummy
has an intensely spiritual drive within her, and this comes to the fore when she's invited to work in Sierra Leone.
(played by Miranda Hart) is particularly involved in this story.
MOST Britons are a friendly bunch, socialising with people of all ages and being chummy
with their neighbours, a survey has found.
What upset the Villa camp was that the ref appeared surprisingly chummy
with some of the Chelsea players in the pre-match pleasantries and at times during the game.
relationships, no vetoes, and record-breaking debts.
Citation indexing would appear a perfect means to assess an environment as chummy
as the blogosphere.
Conrad Burns and his staff were quite chummy
with Jack Abramoff, the disgraced lobbyist said in an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair.
It's usually brief, it doesn't get too chummy
, and I never end up spilling details of my personal life to, say, Yoko Ono or some actor whose movie I have to pretend to like in order to get the interview.
To first-time feature director Arie Posin and his writing partner, Zac Stanford, Chummy
represents teenage rage or apocalyptic cleansing or something.
If your aim is to see him again and then decide if you like him, don't get too chummy
As a global parent I think it's a good thing that kids around the world not get too chummy
with that clown, Ronald McDonald, and his fast-talking, fast-food pals.