Shown from left to right: Helen Alderson (Rachel Shenton) and Tom Chapman (Lamin Touray) For editorial use only.
All Creatures Great and Small: What A Balls Up!
James’ TB testing mistakenly puts a prize cow in danger
James’ TB testing is well underway and Skeldale House is changing and becoming more collaborative and dynamic. Tristan is becoming a favorite for his work in surgery, and Siegfried is becoming quite the Uncle Farnon to Tricki Woo, too.
James has successfully signed up some of the farmers in Yorkshire, but he’s learning all about the confusing red tape (and forms) that comes along with the government’s program. James gets quite the earful from Mr. Harcourt – and Siegfried – for his troubles.
Luckily, Helen’s quite adept at everything and is happy to help James with his new venture. Even with her help, there’s quite the “balls-up” that puts one of Mr. Rudd’s prize cows in danger.
Tristan is stepping up by helping with farm visits. But now Siegfried struggles to find his place in his own practice and an evolving relationship with his brother.
And is romance in the air? Audrey seems to be getting more comfortable with Gerald and Tristan finds himself swooning over Florence after saving her dog, Daisy.
Watch All Creatures Great and Small Sunday, January 29 at 9pm on WITF TV, stream it for free until February 11 using the PBS Video app, or binge the entire third season now with WITF Passport!
After you watch, be sure to listen to Postscript with Beth Cappello and Christina Zeiders as they watch season 3 of All Creatures Great and Small with you.
There will be laughter and tears, so listen to re-live your favorite moments, brood over the tough ones, and explore the people and animals that make All Creatures so compelling. Find Postscript wherever you listen to podcasts and at witf.org/postscript.