ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL airs its penultimate episode of season two on Thursday evening but who is starring in episode five of the Channel 5 period drama?
All Creatures Great and Small season two has transported viewers back to the 1930s as veterinary surgeon James Herriot (played by Nicholas Ralph) has continued to help the residents of the Yorkshire Dales and their animals. There are only six episodes in the most recent season, with a Christmas special set to bring a conclusion to the latest drama on the Channel 5 show later this year. Episode five of the television show will be setting up the action for the finale next week, with a bunch of famous faces bringing the story to life on screen.
Amongst some notable guest appearances, the main members of the cast will be back to lead the drama from the first second of the latest instalment.
This includes Nicholas Ralph as protagonist James, Samuel West as Siegfried Farnon and Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson.
For James, he will worry his romance with Helen is going to be short-lived as her former lover makes a comeback.
Patricia Hodge will be on hand as Mrs Pumphrey and so will actress Anna Madeley as Mrs Audrey Hall, the housekeeper of Skeldale House.
Callum Woodhouse returns as Tristan Farnon, with his character reusing to play in the village cricket match following a confrontation with his brother, Siegfried.
Below is a list of famous faces who will be making a guest appearance throughout the penultimate episode of the season.
Hugh is making his big return to the serial drama for the fifth episode, with viewers last seeing him when Helen jilted him at the altar.
His return speaks concern for James as it seems his love rival wants to humiliate him at every chance he can get.
Returning to the cast in a guest capacity in Matthew, who is best known for his role-playing Neville Longbottom in all eight of the Harry Potter films.
The British actor has also had roles in shows such as Death in Paradise, Ripper Street, Happy Valley and The Syndicate.
Discussing playing the character, Matthew said: “The thing I liked about playing Hugh was that he’s very different from things that I’ve done before, and I was given a degree of freedom to explore and play around.
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