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Jana and Ceri (Leona Vaughan and Siwan Morris) returned, as did Dr Whitewood (now played by Letty Butler).
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Jana, the Wild Wolfblood character whose fish-out-of-water journey to civilisation provided much of series two’s conflict and comedy, returned for series three to great success.