An All Creatures Great and Small series 4 trailer has been released as it is set to grace our screens next month and a first look trailer has been released to give us a taster of what’s to come on the Channel 5 show.
James Herriot and the gang will be in Darrowby once more which Grassington in the Yorkshire Dales, transformed into this summer.
Returning to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, the fourth series of All Creatures Great and Small continues with timeless tales and heart-warming stories, picking up in springtime of 1940 with change on the horizon for everyone in Skeldale House.
Watch the All Creature Great and Small series 4 trailer below:
The Yorkshire Dales set series is back for a fourth series of All Creature Great and Small with more heartwarming storylines. Set in springtime in 1940 Skeldale is set for some changes with James and Helen thinking about starting a family, unsure of wether James will be called up to the RAF.
Last series saw Tristan head off to war, and he’ll be absent it seems and that absent is being felt by Siegfried, who attempts to keep things together as the household grows around him.
Helen becomes close with Mrs Hall as the practice takes on a new trainee veterinary student Richard Carmody.
James Herriot will be once again taken on by the affable Nicholas Ralph who is married to Helen Herriot, played by Rachel Shenton. Samuel West takes the reigns as the non-nonsense mentor Siegfried Farnon while Anna Madeley continues as Mrs Hall, the beloved matriarch of Skeldale House.
Other returning characters are Patricia Hodge as the wonderfully eccentric Mrs Pumphrey, alongside her adored pampered Pekingese Tricki.
New members of the cast include Neve McIntosh who joins as highly efficient bookkeeper Miss Harbottle, alongside James Anthony-Rose as studious but somewhat unworldly undergraduate veterinary student Richard Carmody.
Big things are expected of All Creatures Great and Small series 4 as, the previous series roped in 3,8 million viewers and an impressive 18% share making it Channel 5’s most popular terrestrial channel during the All Creatures Great and Small slot.
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