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The Yorkshire Vet is an ongoing documentary series on Channel 5 that showcases the lives of the Skeldale Veterinary Centre in Thirsk. The former practice of James Herriot, now a new group of top vets guides viewers through the show. But who is in the cast of the documentary series?
Who is in The Yorkshire Vet?
The Yorkshire Vet is currently airing its 12th season on Channel 5, once again offering fans an insight into the world of animal healthcare.
Each season has continued to show the vets of the Skeldale Veterinary Centre in Thirsk showcase their talents and offer unique insights into the welfare of animals.
There have been 12 seasons across its seven-year history and there are a number of familiar faces fans should expect to see.
The cast is no different in the current season, with the vets and narrator of the series returning once again to the centre.
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Born in Castleford, Julian Norton, 49, is a veterinary surgeon, author, and regular TV personality known for The Yorkshire Vet and beyond.
Originally studying in Wakefield, Norton took his studies to Cambridge University where he achieved a degree in Veterinary Medicine.
The Yorkshire Vet official Instagram page shared a snap of Peter at the Veterinary Centre with the caption: “Julian is on much more familiar ground.
“He’s with his old friend Rodney Sheard, and this time it’s Rodney's goat kids, rather than his sheep, that need Julian's attention.” (sic)
Norton can also be seen as a regular guest on Springtime on the Farm and Big Week at the Zoo.
Peter Wright, 64, has been leading the series since it began in , though he recently decided to move to a new Centre.
The veterinary surgeon considered retirement after he left the Skeldale clinic but decided he wanted to continue his career.
He is now at the Grace Lane Vets in Kirkbymoorside in North Yorkshire and is continuing his practice there.
He told The Yorkshire Post: "I discussed it with my wife and I think she made the decision for me really, because I think I've still got some work left in me, as a Yorkshire farmer would put it."
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Narrator – Christopher Timothy
Christopher Timothy, 80, was born and bred in Wales and has gone on to establish himself as a diverse actor.
The star is best known for his roles on Doctors, All Creatures Great and Small, EastEnders and Casualty.
Peter Davison took over as narrator in as Timothy’s wife was self-isolating, however, he is now back for the latest season.
Mike Sinclair, the producer of the series made a statement last summer, saying: "Like Chris, we were all disappointed because his voice is such a recognisable part of the show.
“But we totally understood his concerns – clearly there are much more important things than television right now.”
Fans have been loving the latest season of The Yorkshire Vet, with many of them taking to social media to share their love for the series.
“It’s always nice to see Peter” shared one fan on Instagram.
A second said: “So enjoyed watching this program, absolutely brilliant.”
“I've been watching The Yorkshire Vet on Acorn and I'm smitten. Such a lovely place” added a third on Twitter.
The Yorkshire Vet is available to watch on Channel 5 and Amazon Prime Video.
The Yorkshire Vet
The Yorkshire Vet is a documentary series about Yorkshire vet Julian Norton, his business partner Peter Wright and their team as they administer modern-day medical and surgical aid to creatures great and small. From bulldogs to bullocks, there are no creatures too large or too small for these vets.
Schedule: Tuesdays at (60 min)
Show Type: Documentary
There's a royal appointment at Cannon Hall Farm as Matt helps a goat with a broken leg in front of a very high-profile onlooker - Her Royal Highness Princess Anne. Julian has his own special visitor - a tiny tortoise called Henry - who is the smalles…
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Channel 5's The Yorkshire Vet announces huge casting shake-up
Peter Davison will take over the narration of Channel 5's The Yorkshire Vet from Christopher Timothy when it returns to screens this week.
Davison and Timothy previously starred together in the popular BBC series All Creatures Great And Small, which was based on the novels written by real-life veterinary surgeon James Alfred Wight, better known by his pen-name James Herriot.
Timothy, who is self-isolating with his wife Annie, said: "I'm so sorry not to be able to do the voiceover for The Yorkshire Vet right now, but I can't tell you all how delighted I am that Peter is taking over. He most definitely would be my first choice while I'm in lockdown!"
He has provided the voiceover for every episode of the Channel 5 series since it started in
Former Doctor Who star Davison, 69, has created his own voiceover 'studio' at home after hanging a duvet up to create the space he needs to record.
He said: "It's great to be working on The Yorkshire Vet at the place where it all started for me and Chris with All Creatures Great And Small.
"I can't think of a nicer man to steal a job from. Obviously, I called him up and asked him if he was okay with it and he said 'Of course'.
"As for me, I've had all manner of recording equipment knocking around in my house for years and it was just a matter of building a booth out of old duvets and installing the right software.
"It's been fun, and everyone's been supportive and welcoming, and it's reinforced my understanding of the dedication of 'real' vets. I hope the change of voice doesn't jar too much with the fans of the show. The booth does look a little like a Tardis, only it's smaller on the inside!"
The 10th series of Channel 5's The Yorkshire Vet follows veterinarians Julian Norton and Peter Wright as they treat animals in North Yorkshire.
The Yorkshire Vet airs on Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 5
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