I know a decent amount about different dialects in the UK, and usually recognize and identify them, but I heard one today that took me by surprise. I was watching a TV show, and this family, who I think are from Yorkshire (certainly somewhere in the North), had a very interesting way of speaking. At certain times they seem to not say "the" in places where it would be natural. "Go and walk the dog" became "go and walk dog". "Say to me all the time" became "Say to me all time".
Here's the video with time stamps.
11:30 "Mum's asked you to walk dog, now get your clothes on and walk dog"
11:45 "He used to say to me all time ..."
30:31 "You don't have to be joined at hip"
What accent/dialect is this? Is this feature common in there?