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James Herriot’s adventures as a veterinarian in 1930’s Yorkshire get a glorious new adaptation in a series based on his internationally celebrated books. Nicholas Ralph makes his television debut as the iconic vet who became renowned for his inspiring humor, compassion and love of life.

Relive all the the touching, sweet moments on Jammes and Helen's journey to parenthood.
James tries to get home for Christmas and Skeldale House prepares for a new arrival.
James calls Helen to let her know how training is going and to discuss upcoming plans.
Funding for MASTERPIECE is provided by Viking and Raymond James with additional support from public television viewers and contributors to The MASTERPIECE Trust, created to help ensure the series’ future.
James Herriot interviews for a job with harried Yorkshire veterinarian Siegfried Farnon.
Siegfried’s brother, Tristan, arrives to help out. Mrs. Pumphrey throws a swanky party.
James is put to the test. Tristan faces temptation, and Siegfried angles for a client.
James deals with Helen’s champion bull, and Siegfried makes a decision about Tristan.
James volunteers to be the official vet at the Darrowby Show.
Tristan coaxes James to try a risky procedure, and James gets a shock from Helen.
Siegfried hosts a Christmas eve party, with an even bigger event to follow the next day.
James and Helen test the waters of their relationship as James ponders a new job prospect.
James invites Helen to the gala spring dance. Siegfried also tries his luck with romance.
James and Helen have their first quarrel. Mrs. Pumphrey’s dog gets Tristan in trouble.
Tristan works out how to make clients happy. James and Helen have a heart-to-heart.
James has old scores to settle. Tristan and Siegfried must acknowledge their differences.
James recites the classic poem "A Red, Red Rose" by Robert Burns.
Meet Humbug, the new, cuddly kitten star playing Oscar in Season 4.
We put Nicholas Ralph's and Samuel West's veterinary knowledge to the test!
Helen admits her fears about motherhood and childbirth to Jenny.
When Richard Alderson needs some help, Helen returns to Heston Grange.
James plus Helen plus baby make 3! The Skeldale family is officially growing.
James is attempting to teach Carmody how to drive, but it's not going so smoothly.
TV critic Kathryn VanArendonk hosted a Q&A panel with the cast of Season 4.
With the war feeling closer to home, James wants things in order and Carmody trained.
The fun never stops! The cast discuss the lively new animals in Season 4.