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Episode 5

Season 4 Episode 5 | 53m 05s

With the war feeling closer to home, James desperately wants things in order and Carmody trained up to support Siegfried. Carmody and Mrs. Pumphrey clash because he can’t see her dogs the way she does. A dinner with Gerald leaves Mrs. Hall with a dilemma but watching James and Helen brace for their future gives her a new perspective.

Aired: 02/03/24 | Expires: 02/18/24
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.
Extras
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.
When Richard Alderson needs some help, Helen returns to Heston Grange.
Helen admits her fears about motherhood and childbirth to Jenny.
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!
James is attempting to teach Carmody how to drive, but it's not going so smoothly.
With the war feeling closer to home, James wants things in order and Carmody trained.
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James tries to get home for Christmas and Skeldale House prepares for a new arrival.
When Richard Alderson needs some help, Helen returns to Heston Grange.
Busy and exhausted, James and Helen can’t get any time together.
Siegfried has the bright idea of bringing in an experienced bookkeeper, Miss Harbottle.
It's the spring of 1940 and change is on the horizon for everyone in Skeldale House.
Carmody is challenged with learning how to be a vet outside of his books.
It’s Christmas at Skeldale and Siegfried has a big decision to make.
As war comes in September 1939, everyone faces decisions small and large.
Mrs. Hall conquers demons from her past. While she is away, Tristan takes on the chores.
TB testing mistakenly puts a prize cow in danger.