Channel 5’s All Creatures Great and Small have been filming for series 3 of the hit series set in the fictional town of Darrowby, and we can’t wait to see what James and the gang will be getting up to this series.
The much-loved Yorkshire show is based in the Dales and filmed in Grassington, and based on the novels of Vet, Alf Wight, who wrote under the name James Herriot. The stories are of Alf’s time as a vet in Thirsk, North Yorkshire.
Set at the start of the Second World War in 1939 there is a dark undertone to the series mixed with jubilation as Helen and James tie the knot. But, where will they live together? And, how will they find married life – as a newly engaged couple me and Mrs Yorkshireman will be eager for some tips.
Watch behind the scenes footage for All Creatures Great and Small series 4 below:
PBS masterpiece, which hosts the series in the US has revealed some details for the upcoming All Creatures Great and Small series 3. Expect drama has Siegfried Farnon has to contend with memories of his time spent in the Army Veterinary Corps during the First World War.
Tristan, Siegfried’s younger brother, will have to learn to cope with life as a newly qualified vet, and Helen will have to cope with life away from her home as she adjusts to life at Skeldale House.
Plot details revealed by PBS Masterpiece, which hosts the series in the US, suggest that lead vet and Skeldale House’s unpredictable proprietor Siegfried Farnon, played by Samuel West, will have to contend with painful memories of his own experiences during the First World War when he served in combat with the Army Veterinary Corps.
Our favourite character, Mrs Hall may be set for some love
We are not sure about the precise start date for All Creatures Great and Small on Channel 5, its US counterpart PBS has revealed that it will air on January 8, 2023 – so let’s hope we don’t have to wait as long.
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