NELL the sheepdog is off on her travels again.

The 12-year-old working dog has just completed her third North York Moors video - three years after the idea was first mooted.

With her previous two films selling thousands of copies all over the world, she now sets off to explore Nell's Curious Yorkshire.

The 55-minute video, which goes on sale this week, features some of the strange stories of the moorland.

The video was launched on Tuesday in Moorsholm, where Nell lives with "her man" - freelance audio-visual producer Graeme Aldous and his family.

But, sadly, this could be Nell's last film. As he presented clips from the video, Mr Aldous said: "Nell is 87 in dog years so this will probably be the last film."

The famous sheepdog became a film star when Mr Aldous was asked to present a video about the North York Moors for the national park.

He decided that Nell - a descendant of generations of sheepdogs which have worked the moorland flocks - would be a much better bet.

So, with cameraman Ted Parker and a voice-over from Emmerdale star Diana Davies, Nellivision was born.

This video has hit several snags, leading to the three-year delay in its launch. It is now available, however, showcasing some of the many quirky tales of the county.

There is the green phone box at Fangdale Beck; the gravestone of Arthur, the Whitby station cat and Grecian sausages in Staithes.

The video is on sale at shops and national park centres, priced £12.50.