All Creatures Great and Small season 3 episode 2 welcomes new cast

All Creatures Great And Small trailer released by Channel 5

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All Creatures Great and Small season three continues on Channel 5 with the second instalment, called Honeymoon’s Over. During the episode, James Herriot (played by Nicholas Ralph) tries to get Siegfried Farnon (Sam West) on board with TB testing. has all you need to know about who is joining the cast.

Who is in All Creatures Great and Small season 3 episode 2?

Kate Billings – Lynda Rooke

Kate Billings is one of the farmers in the series and she is a loyal client of Siegfried’s.

She loves her cows and is dependent on them as she lives on her own with no family to help her.

Kate is played by Lynda Rooke, a 68-year-old actress from Lancaster who is known for her roles in Endeavour and Waking the Dead.

She is married to director and actor Andy Hay and they have three children together.

Viewers may recognise her for her various guest roles in Coronation Street and Casualty.

Florence Pandhi – Sophie Khan Levy

Florence is the daughter of the Pandhis and she has some history with Skeldale House, as her father is a vet.

She calls upon the help of the vets at Skeldale to take care of her Dalmatian, who is having trouble breathing.

Florence is played by Sophie Khan Levy, an actress who has worked numerous times with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Her other TV credits include the series Ride and the TV short called Squares.

Gerald Hammond – Will Thorp

Gerald is not new to the series but he makes his first season three appearance in episode two.

He was introduced as Mrs Hall’s (Anna Madeley) love interest in season two and the pair are still getting to know each other on a more personal level.

Gerald is played by Will Thorp, a 45-year-old actor from Somerset who is known for his theatre and TV roles.

He has previously starred in Doctor Who, but fans will most likely recognise him as Paul ‘Woody’ Joiner in Casualty.

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The guest stars are joined by the show’s main cast including Rachel Shenton as Helen Alderson.

Callum Woodhouse plays Tristan Farnon and he has some history with Florence and the Pandhi family.

The Tristan star has previously teased that romance is finally on the cards for him, and it could be with Florence.

Both characters were brought up in a veterinary setting with both of their families working in the industry.

Fans will have to wait and see whether Florence and Tristan continue to bond in future episodes.

The official synopsis for episode two reads: “Everyone is trying to get along as best they can in the face of changes at Skeldale House.

“Helen has moved into the bedsit upstairs with James and though they’re happy, she’s unsure how to integrate herself into the rest of the house.

“James struggles to get Siegfried to let him take the reins now that he’s junior partner at the practice.

“With Helen’s help, James discovers how much money Skeldale could make from the Ministry of Agriculture’s lucrative bovine TB testing

scheme, but Siegfried believes the MAG’s scheme is more trouble than it’s worth and risks damaging their relationships

with farmers.

“A lackadaisical Tristan thinks that James being his boss will make his life even more of a breeze.”

All Creatures Great and Small airs on Channel 5 on Thursdays at 9pm

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