Oh, glorious news. Sit back and be transported to a world of all things Yorkshire courteous of Channel 5 as Dogfather Graeme Hall returns with s new show The Dog Hospital followed by the highly anticipated return of All Creatures Great and Small.
That’s right! Hitting your screens at 8pm is dog trainer and star of Dog’s Behaving (Very) Badly, Graeme Hall. He’ll be donning his now iconic necker chief as he goes behind the scenes at Willows, one of Britain’s leading animal hospitals, in Solihull.
In the upcoming four-part series titled The Dog Hospital with Graeme Hall, the dog expert is granted special privileges to explore Willows Hospital in Solihull, a renowned veterinary facility in Britain known for its high activity and advanced medical capabilities.
Throughout the series, Graeme immerses himself in the core of Willows Hospital, observing state-of-the-art medical procedures, working alongside expert specialists, and witnessing incredible stories of recuperation.
One of the compelling cases he engages with involves Louie, a 10-month-old Springer Spaniel, who endured a serious accident resulting in critical internal injuries with potentially life-threatening implications.
At 9pm the second part of the double dose of Yorkshire James Herriot and the gang are back in the fictional village of Darrowby for series four of All Creatures Great and Small.
The second world war was prevalent in the third series of All Creatures Great and Small with many storylines being inspired by events of the time including the Christmas special, which saw a refugee come stay with the gang and share her religion.
The special also set up the biggest shock for viewers with Tristan choosing to sign up for the war effort.
Discussing the upcoming series Sebastian Cardwell, Deputy Director of Programmes at ViacomCBS Networks UK, said: “It is clear that our viewers adore James Herriot’s adventures in Darrowby and so do we at Channel 5. I am looking forward to us all being reunited with the Skeldale House family”.
And, it’s actually a triple threat of Yorkshire shows, as at 10pm A&E After Dark follows the night staff at Hull Royal Infirmary.