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    Starring Stephen Tompkinson, Dawn Steele and Hayley Mills, the fifth series of Wild at Heart sees the return of step-daughter Olivia, beauty contests at Mara, and Danny Trevanion’s life and career in crisis.

    When Danny Trevanion moved to South Africa and became the local vet at Leopard's Den, he had no idea what an extraordinary life-changing event it would be. As seasons change and time passes, his world continues to evolve with old faces and new challenges greeting him at every dawn.

    Danny's step-daughter Olivia has returned to the family home, throwing his relationship with Alice into turmoil. When he turns to drink for comfort, the unexpected death of an animal in his care leads to a temporary suspension that is at risk of becoming permanent.

    A local beauty contest at the holiday resort at Mara brightens the scene, with local bar-keeper Cedric wide-eyed and about to fall in love. But one dark betrayal leads to a serious family rift which may only be healed when DuPlessis falls seriously ill and an indebted elephant proves that elephants never forget.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Director:
    David Evans
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Acorn Media
    Series:
    Wild at Heart

Wild at Heart - Series 5

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  • Description

    Starring Stephen Tompkinson, Dawn Steele and Hayley Mills, the fifth series of Wild at Heart sees the return of step-daughter Olivia, beauty contests at Mara, and Danny Trevanion’s life and career in crisis.

    When Danny Trevanion moved to South Africa and became the local vet at Leopard's Den, he had no idea what an extraordinary life-changing event it would be. As seasons change and time passes, his world continues to evolve with old faces and new challenges greeting him at every dawn.

    Danny's step-daughter Olivia has returned to the family home, throwing his relationship with Alice into turmoil. When he turns to drink for comfort, the unexpected death of an animal in his care leads to a temporary suspension that is at risk of becoming permanent.

    A local beauty contest at the holiday resort at Mara brightens the scene, with local bar-keeper Cedric wide-eyed and about to fall in love. But one dark betrayal leads to a serious family rift which may only be healed when DuPlessis falls seriously ill and an indebted elephant proves that elephants never forget.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Director:
    David Evans
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Acorn Media
    Series:
    Wild at Heart

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Wild at Heart - Series 5

im writing about this because series 5 is the greatest season out of the what i have watched in a long time Stephen Tompkinson, Dawn Steele and Hayley Mills are great actors and i really hope wild at heart will last for another 6 years as i will cry my eyes out if and when it ends for ever and i really hope it never ends

Wild at Heart - Series 5

this is the best show ever and series 5 is worth watching as its the best out of the whole show

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