Free Screening of Call The Midwife and Nolly | March 10
Join us on Sunday, March 10 from 2pm to 4:30pm for a sneak peek of the new upcoming seasons for these two exciting series in our studio. Attend one - or both! Between the screenings we will share updates on upcoming programming and answer your questions.
We will be giving away prizes and popcorn will be provided.
Free parking is available in our lot. This event is free, but you must register to attend.
2pm – Call the Midwife First Episode of Season 13
It is now 1969 and more babies are being born in hospital than ever before. Pressure on maternity beds remains extremely high across the country but Poplar is coping better than most due to the work of Nonnatus House and the popularity of home births under the auspices of the Sisters. Season 13 starts on Sunday, March 17, 2024 at 8pm on WNED PBS.
3:30pm – Nolly - First Episode of this new show
At the height of her fame, British soap opera star Noele “Nolly” Gordon is suddenly fired from her hit series Crossroads without warning - but why?
Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown, Harry Potter) stars as soap opera legend Noele “Nolly” Gordon, one of the most famous faces on British TV in the 1960s and 70s, whose unceremonious firing from her hit show at the height of her career was front-page news. A bold exploration of how the establishment turns on women who refuse to play by the rules, Nolly is an outrageously fun and wildly entertaining ride through Gordon’s most tumultuous years, and a sharp, affectionate and heart-breaking portrait of a forgotten icon. Nolly was written by Russell T. Davies (Doctor Who, It’s A Sin).
This three-part period drama, Nolly is coming to MASTERPIECE on WNED PBS on March 17, 2024 at 9pm.The miniseries shares a surprising slice of British TV history and celebrates a legendary and dazzling soap opera star.
Free Screening of Call The Midwife and Nolly
Sunday, March 10
Buffalo Toronto Public Media
140 Lower Terrace
Free Parking | 140 Lower Terrace
Buffalo Toronto Public Media is conveniently located in downtown Buffalo at 140 Lower Terrace, near the I-190. The entrance to our parking lot is on Charles Street (also known as "Mark Russell Alley").