All Creatures Great and Small’s Nicholas Ralph on animal co-stars
The latest series of All Creatures Great and Small wrapped up at Christmas, and filming has already kicked off for season four.
While the latest episodes concluded with a poignant goodbye between Siegfried Farnon (played by Samuel West) and his brother Tristan Farnon (Callum Woodhouse) as he left to go to war, behind-the-scenes clashes had taken place between Nicholas Ralph who stars as protagonist James Herriot and an unlikely guest star.
Speaking on the Masterpiece Studio Podcast about the popular Channel 5 drama, Nicholas detailed how a cat he had to film with “didn’t like” him.
The conflict made filming as the legendary vet, based on the real-life stories of James Wright, somewhat difficult.
“I heard talk of a rather difficult guest star for this episode,” podcast host Jace Lacob revealed during his chat with the actor.
He probed: “Is it true that you and the cat did not get on very well?”
Laughing, Nicholas replied: “I don’t know, I don’t about this cat…”
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He continued: “I think it was Jasper. Yeah… she, she didn’t like me, anyway.
“All we had to do was sit on a couch, Anna Madeley would place her down and then I would pat her.
“Once Anna would leave she would just shoot off in any which direction that wasn’t near me.
“Yeah, I’m not sure. She was quite lively and she wasn’t up for sitting down and hanging out on the couch.”
Reflecting on the scenes, Nicholas added: “But the kitten was lovely.”
The upcoming series which follows James during his time at Skeldale House is likely to air later in the year, and as World War Two looms over the village, viewers are preparing for more emotional moments.
Masterpiece Studio is available to listen to on Spotify.
All Creatures Great and Small will return to Channel 5 later this year.
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