The numerous adventures of a friendly staff at a country veterinarian practice in 1930s to 1940s Yorkshire. A remake of the 1978-1990 series. Taken from the autobiographical books by James Herriot.
Cast: Nicholas Ralph, Anna Madeley, Samuel West, Rachel Shenton, Callum Woodhouse, Imogen Clawson, Matthew Lewis, Mollie Winnard, Tony Pitts, Mark Noble, Maimie McCoy, Alexis Platt, Diana Rigg, Nigel Betts, Derek, Jon Furlong, Charlie May-Clark
James still has feelings for Helen and is struggling to cope as she prepares to get married to Hugh. On Christmas Eve James is called out to help a dog struggling to give birth and Helen volunteers to come along. But a thick fog comes over the Dales and it looks like the pair will be trapped together.
James celebrates his birthday, but personal and professional worries put a damper on the event. James and Tristan ignore Siegfried's advice and operate on a prized cow.
James is as pleased as punch to be the Attending Vet at the Darrowby Show, but Siegfried and Tristan take bets on how long he will last.
James is alarmed to receive a call from Mrs Pumphrey who fears her beloved dog Tricki Woo might be dying.
Siegfried hopes to become the attending vet at the local racecourse. Meanwhile an encounter with a racehorse threatens to end James's career. Tristan resorts to an unusual method of covering the loss of the surgery's income.
Helen provides James with a reason to stay in the Yorkshire Dales, and he discovers that there is another Farnon brother with an equally unique personality.
James Herriot follows his dream to become a vet.