'Our Gracie' is treated for a skin disorder; the partners attend a wedding.
Tricki Woo chooses James to judge the Mid-Summer Vegetable Show.
Siegfried goes along when Mrs. Pumphrey insists Tricki Woo stay at Skeldale.
Siegfried investigates the murder of a dog.
James goes to the aid of a feline in distress.
Stewie comes to the rescue and performs an emergency operation.
It's Coronation Day and a princess is crowned.
Tristan tries to win the love of Rosemary.
Disease threatens a herd of shorthorn cattle.
Biggins confuses the vets when he asks them to check his cows.
Tristan accidentally injects a farmer with an anti-abortion vaccine.
Tristan becomes the butt of a practical joke.
Mrs. Clarke snubs her new Italian neighbor; Tricki Woo needs female hormones.
James performs a delicate operation; Siegfried deals with a Great Dane.
Roddy Travers is suspected of stealing medical instruments, and his dog may be killing sheep.
Siegfried befriends bereaved Colin; James competes in a cricket match.
Tragedy mars a triple birthday; the Black Horse expands its open hours.
Siegfried updates the practice to treat Lady Hulton's cat.
The confectioner's beloved cat falls ill.
James encounters brothers -- a rabbit breeder and a cabbage grower -- who haven't spoken in 50 years.
James operates on Lord Hulton's pigs; Siegfried treats Mr. Hopps' digestive problem.
Calum's article in the Veterinary Record delights James but irritates Siegfried.
The death of King George VI saddens the household, particularly James.
A cowhand intrigues James; Mr. Dawson bothers Siegfried.
Siegfried buys a television; James deals with a man who has cancer.
James is challenged to a race, while Jock, a once-champion sheepdog, chases cars from the farm.
A new helper spreads chaos through the clinic.
Bill-collecting has unexpected consequences.
James treats a dog that keeps collapsing after a near accident with a car.
A new housekeeper restores order and upsets marriage plans.
A medical crisis arises during the move to Rowangarth.
Helen is up and about but faces the mess from Tristan's party of the night before.
A Yorkshire farmer transforms into a cowboy; Siegfried goes to London, leaving Tristan with the worst patients.
James receives a cry for help from the Bramley family, who last came to town in 1929.
Helen's infirmity causes problems for James and the practice.
James skies through snowy dales to save dying piglets; Helen is confined to bed after suffering a slipped disc.
Misfortune follows Siegfried's visits to a particular family and his attempt at cow surgery.
An old school friend of James comes to stay for a long weekend.
James finds out that Granville Bennett is looking for a partner to run his small animal hospital.
James learns he must judge a dog show.
Siegfried helps an epileptic dog; Helen cares for two wild cats.
Tristan is appointed fertility counselor for the Ministry of Agriculture; Tristan and James examine sheep.
James eyes a semi-detached property coming up for sale, but Helen has grander ideas; Calum departs.
James' cure for a cow has deadly repercussions; Tristan initiates scientific breeding.
Helen and Jimmy are threatened by a cruel dog-owner; Tristan becomes a fertility counselor; Seigfreid shows Calum the ropes.
The vets deal with a pregnant ewe, a tired turkey and a lost ring.
James and Siegfried enlist in the RAF; a Polish vet takes the practice.
It is bad enough when a dog goes blind, but breaking the news to a neurotic pet owner reminds James of Cottrell's suicide.
James performs a routine task that leads to a shattering event.
Siegfried searches for a dog-poisoner; Tristan goes out with the Darrowby bell-ringers.
Siegfried suffers Tristan's cooking; James takes Helen to a dog track.
A local outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease overshadows the onset of World War II.
Siegfried and James discover that science has little control over life and death.
Tristan balks at dating a plain girl, and Siegfried abandons any attempts at economy.
A check-eating goat nearly ruins James and Helen's anniversary celebration.
Tristan is smitten with Debbie; Siegfried is distressed by the coming war.
Tristan keeps house when Mrs. Hall must leave; an itinerant workman impresses James.
James has a tricky time treating a boxer dog and finds out what the high life means to Farmer Daggett's odd-job man.
After a tricky operation on a cat proves successful, Helen adopts him; Siegfried gives Tristan a present.
Illness strikes Lord Livingstone's grouse moors; Tristan teaches Kitty to play the guitar; James and Helen chase a cow.
Christmas at Skeldale House with sick foals and overfed dogs can be a terrifying experience.
A calving is made more difficult by the farmer's uncle who claims he knows a more competent man for the job.
Tristan proves he is a gentleman and James' love of good food is severely tested when a grateful farmer offers him a breakfast of fat bacon and piccalilli.
James decides that he would rather face a savage dog any day than take on the job of making a speech to the Darrowby Youth Club.
The routine at Skeldale House is disrupted when Alice McTavish arrives bringing 'wee Tristan' with her.
This year, both Siegfried and Tristan are wary of the annual cricket match between Rainby and Darrowby.
James' treatment of a dog results in a near disaster; the bashful Pride of Wittgenstein shows his true mettle.
James gets a taste of the high life after meeting Granville Bennett; Siegfried displays the fine art of debt collecting.
Tristan discovers that the smooth approach to women can backfire; James has problems with the Bellerby family.
James is duty vet at the Darrowby show; Siegfried upholds the honor of the practice in a jump-off.
A scrap merchant of the Yorkshire Dales has trouble paying the veterinary bill.
Siegfried acquires a flock of guinea fowl; disaster ensues when Tristan treats a cow for bloat.
Lambing time in the Yorkshire Dales is hard but rewarding work; James and Siegfried have a worrying problem.
A flurry of cats and dogs overwhelms the surgery at Skeldale House.
Siegfried finds that a gift can be deadly, while James learns that desperate measures can bring life.
Tristan fails his exam, James uncovers a guilty secret and Siegfried embarks on a physical fitness program.
Neither Siegfried nor James seems to be able to help when a farmer's entire stock is stricken with a deadly disease.
James takes Helen on a working honeymoon, while Siegfried tries to make Tristan work for his finals.
James discovers that some farmers like to do their own vetting, although sometimes the vet can cure the farmer.
James acts on the sound advice Siegfried gives him.
James' luck changes for the better in his romance with Helen, but the same cannot be said for the Dalby family's misfortunes.
James makes a date -- without Tristan's help -- and the practice loses a customer -- with Tristan's help.
The practice is going strong, but James' love life is not; Tristan takes a hand and arranges a double blind date.
Siegfried enjoys a victory; Tristan has problems with pigs; James meets a rival.
Normal routine grinds to a halt when Siegfried hires a new secretary and James meets Helen Alderson.
James finds a veterinarian's life is not altogether enviable.
James Herriot, a young veterinary surgeon, moves to a small Scottish town and begins his first job in an already established practice.
English veterinarian James Herriot (Christopher Timothy) deals with anthrax and his lovestruck partner at holiday time. With Robert Hardy, Peter Davison.