DVD of All Creatures Great and Small...
classic All Creatures Great and Small based on the life and
times of veterinary surgeon and writer James Herriot (aka James Alfred Wight)
gets a brand spanking new remake...
FOLLOWING ITS RECORD-BREAKING RUN on Channel 5 where it launched to a whopping
five million viewers, making it the channel's No1 British drama ever and highest
rated programme so far this year. And with all the charm of the original this
feel-good, fun family show arrives on DVD in November 2020 courtesy of Acorn
Newcomer Nicholas Ralph plays the young vet who is taken under the wing of
renowned veterinary surgeon Seigfried Farnon (Samuel West: Darkest Hour,
Mr Selfridge) in the stunning countryside of 1940s Yorkshire.
As James settles in to rural professional life he must prove himself and his
credentials under Siegfried's watchful eye, all whilst trying not to be distracted
by Siegfried's unruly younger brother Tristan (Callum Woodhouse: The Durrells;
Cold Feet), stern housekeeper Mrs Hall (Anna Madeley: Deadwater Fell;
Patrick Melrose), and beautiful farmer Helen Alderson (Rachel Shenton:
White Gold; Hollyoaks) with whom romance may be on the cards...
Featuring a menagerie of guest stars including screen legend the late Diana
Rigg (Game of Thrones; Victoria), Nigel Havers (Chariots of Fire;
Coronation Street), Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter; Ripper Street),
Philip Gascoyne (The ABC Murders; Peaky Blinders) and Naomi Radcliffe
(Three Girls; Coronation Street), our vet heroes must handle everything
from horses with injured hooves, feline mix-ups, milk-fever, Mrs Pumphrey's
Pekingese Tricky Woo to classic calfing scenes. In other words, there's something
for every animal lover!
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