Tuesday, February 4, 2020

1ST PHOTOS FROM ALL CREATURES BIG AND SMALL FAMILY TV SERIES WITH NICHOLAS RALPH, DIANA RIGG, MATTHEW LEWIS, SAMUEL WEST, CALLUM WOODHOUSE

     ALL CREATURES BIG & SMALL
 1ST PICS FROM CHANNEL 5 SHOW
Just when I thought we could never ever count on Channel 5 again, as they haven't produced anything of interest since forever, they are coming up with something wonderfully delightful! Their ALL CREATURES BIG AND SMALL three part mini series which will air sometime soon.
All Creatures Great And Small
based on James Herriot’s cherished collection of stories, chronicles the heartwarming and humorous adventures of a young country vet. This new adaptation will preserve the rich spirit, tone and values of Herriot’s iconic characters and stories and will bring to life his sharply observed, entertaining and incredibly funny tales of country life in the North of England for a modern audience, introducing a new generation to his life-affirming stories.

Who Is Playing The Big Creatures?
With Nicholas Ralph taking the lead role of James Herriot, the cast also includes Samuel West as Siegfried Farnon, the wonderfully eccentric veterinary surgeon and proprietor of Skeldale House who reluctantly hires the
The new series will also air on PBS for US audience
recently qualified Herriot into his rural practice; Anna Madeley as Mrs Hall, the resident housekeeper and matriarch of Skeldale House; Callum Woodhouse as Tristan, Siegfried’s errant and charismatic younger brother; and Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson, an independent local farmer’s daughter who helps her father manage the family farm and care for her
Playground Entertainment, who is also doing Dangerous Liaisons for Starz and Tortall Universe epic series, is producing this mini series
younger sister. Diana Rigg is Mrs. Pumphrey, the delightfully eccentric owner of the overly indulged Pekingese Tricki-Woo; Matthew Lewis is Hugh Hulton, a wealthy landowner and rival to James for Helen’s affections; and Nigel Havers is General Ransom, the fastidious manager of the local racecourse.

12 comments:

  1. I loved James Herriot's books and the original long-running TV series based on it. If I get a chance to see this 3-parter too, I'll watch it.

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    1. And how fun is it that Callum Woodhouse from The Durrells is returning to an animal show again and again playing a crazy younger brother? :)

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  2. This does look delightful! I haven't read the books, but the description reminds me of a Hallmark Channel series. :)

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    1. We absolutely need a feelgood, heartwarming, wholesome family show now that The Durrells are over.

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  3. I'll watch it just for the cow. I'm trying to convince Jason that we need a trip to Scotland this year just so I can frolic in a field full of highland cows.

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    1. Did you decide where you will be travelling this summer? I mean if there is a summer... if some epidemic or pest or eartquake does not destroy us as the beginning of the year has been announcing apocalypse...

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    2. We were thinking Germany and Scotland, but we're both in kind of a weird place right now jobwise and want a change. Instead of traveling this year, may invest in a business or property instead and see where that takes us. I don't know what we want to do just yet, but I feel there are going to be some big changes this year for us.

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    3. I do love business ideas, deary, and fully support them, I'd start my business myself if I had someone who is good at it like your hubby is.

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    4. We’ve got our eye on one project, so we’ll see if it goes through or not. But, if it fails, as least we’ll finally started the talks of embarking on something new. It’s thrilling and quite scary all at once. As soon as I know what direction we will be headed in, you’ll be the first to know :)

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    5. Can't wait to hear it! I'm available if you need company creative genius :)

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