Review: All Creatures Great And Small : Pop Culture Happy Hour The writer and veterinarian James Herriot wrote a series of beloved books about his adventures as a vet in Yorkshire beginning in the 1930s. They were adapted with great success into a series called All Creatures Great And Small, which ran on the BBC and PBS. Now, there's a new take airing on PBS with a whole new cast.

'All Creatures' Is Still The Pastoral Pleasure We Needed

'All Creatures' Is Still The Pastoral Pleasure We Needed

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Samuel West, Nicholas Ralph, Callum Woodhouse, and Anna Madeley star in the new All Creatures Great And Small on PBS's Masterpiece. Playground Television (UK) Ltd./PBS hide caption

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The writer and veterinarian James Herriot wrote a series of beloved books about his adventures as a vet in Yorkshire beginning in the 1930s. They were adapted with great success into a series called All Creatures Great And Small, and ran on the BBC and PBS. Now, there's a new take airing on PBS. It features a whole new cast in the story of young James the vet, his boss Siegfried, Siegfried's brother Tristan, and a lot of other characters Herriot aficionados know and love.

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The audio was produced by Mike Katzif and edited by Jessica Reedy.