Rent All Creatures Great and Small: Series 2 (2021)

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5h 30min
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It's spring, 1938, and three months have passed since the end of Series 1. A visit back home to Glasgow presents James (Nicholas Ralph) with a dilemma, one that leaves his parents overjoyed when he's offered a position at his old mentor's forward-thinking practice in Glasgow. On his return to the Dales, James is reminded of how much he loves the place and the people - and thinks of one person who it would be worth staying in Yorkshire for. As Helen (Rachel Shenton) and James navigate their feelings for one another, Siegfried (Samuel West), Tristan (Callum Woodhouse), and Mrs Hall (Anna Madeley) are also forced to consider their places in the world.
But will James choose to support his family or follow his heart? Includes the Christmas Special: The Night Before Christmas.
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James Dean
James Herriot, Ben Vanstone, Chloe Mi Lin Ewart, Debbie O'Malley
Acorn Media
British TV, TV Action & Adventure, TV Children & Family, TV Comedies, TV Dramas, TV Medical
Release Date:
Run Time:
330 minutes
English Dolby Digital Stereo
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
  • Picture Gallery
Disc 1:
This disc includes episodes 1 - 3
- Christmas Special (The Night Before Christmas)
Disc 2:
This disc includes episodes 4 - 6
- Special Features

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Spoiler Alert

Somewhat confusingly the two discs for Series 2 begin with the Christmas Special which was really the end of Series 1 but was omitted from the discs for that series.

In this series the trend towards concentration on people rather than animals becomes more evident. Whether you like this is a matter of individual taste. There's a delicate balance to be struck in this sort of story between pain and pleasure, and maybe it's a little too much feel-good compared with the original BBC series. Again, that's a matter of taste. The cast (with one or two replacements) continue to do good work, especially Anna Madeley as the housekeeper Mrs Hall and Imogen Clawson as Jenny. The directors continue to be happy to indulge in a fondness for pretty landscapes.

The 'special features' are distinctly not special and consist of two small galleries of still pictures.

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