- If I don't put myself forward, then who am I?
I just know I can never forgive myself if I did nothing.
- [Rachel] There's a great deal of uncertainty.
I mean, there's uncertainty for everyone to see this worldwide uncertainty, but in her pocket of the world, is her little world that she's created has been shaken.
- [Nicholas] I think for James it's a big realization for him.
It's the extent, it's the scope of what's happening.
He wants to do right by his parents.
He wants to do right by the community.
He wants to do right by Helen.
There was another attempted raid over Glasgow.
- You'll be told if and when you're needed.
There's real jeopardy, and the stakes are so much higher than they have been before.
So I hope that we get to see them really navigate through that together.
- Take care of my brother for me, won't you?
- Well, as much as he will allow.
- We do leave Tristan at the end of season three after having made one of the biggest decisions of his life.
A very monumental decision.
So, we'll see where that takes him.
- I'm hoping that Siegfried is allowed to be a bit more eccentric because there are certain pressures that have been taken off.
Thank you Mrs. Hall, for managing to make so much with so little.
- I hope for Mrs. Hall that she can continue to feed people the way she loves to.
- Not a chance.
Pound a day, here we go.
- [Mrs. Pumphrey] I'm growing a war garden with the Women's Institute.
It's really going rather well.
I want this place to be a sanctuary, not just for my staff, but for anyone who might need it.
- I never thought we'd be here again.
- All wars end eventually.
In the meantime, we must appreciate what we have.
- There is so much more material in Herriot's books that we haven't yet explored.
Brilliant, hilarious, touching Herriot animal stories that we are looking forward to bringing to the screen in series four.