Anyway, the episode begins with a bus in the Yorkshire Dales on its way to Darrowby. Inside said bus are two people: Carol Drinkwater as Helen Alderson and Christopher Timothy as Mr. James Herriot. The two don’t meet each other properly in this episode, although they’ll be seeing more of each other later on in the series. Spoilers!
The roster of those who agreed to be interviewed is impressive – not only key regulars such as Christopher Timothy, Robert Hardy, Carol Drinkwater and Peter Davison, but also a plethora of guest stars and behind the scenes crew who are able to share many stories about the series’ production.
The series featured great actors including Robert Hardy as Siegfried, Christopher Timothy as James, Peter Davison as Tristan, Carol Drinkwater and later Lynda Bellingham as James’s wife Helen. The beautiful scenery of the dales and the variety of oddball characters all add to the charm of the show which ran to seven series from 1978 to 1990 ...
Sir Arthur John Gielgud, OM, CH (/ ˈ ɡ iː l ɡ ʊ d /; 14 April 1904 – 21 May 2000) was an English actor and theatre director whose career spanned eight decades.With Ralph Richardson and Laurence Olivier, he was one of the trinity of actors who dominated the British stage for much of the 20th century.
Mike Newell (director); Charles Wood (screenplay); Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, Georgina Cates, Alun Armstrong, Peter Firth, Carol Drinkwater, Rita Tushingham, Prunella Scales, Edward Petherbridge, Nicola Pagett, Clive Merrison, Alan Cox, James Frain: Drama: Live action: Bad Boys: Columbia Pictures / Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The two men, along with Ukridge's new wife, move into a farm on a hill overlooking the sea, where Ukridge plans on operating a chicken farm. If Jeremy hadn't been bored and blocked, he never would have agreed to help out. After all, none of them know anything about raising chickens.
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