Ballykissangel-Series 1 (1996)

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Life is a challenge for any priest in a small mountain town, and Father Peter Clifford has just arrived from London with high expectations and no driver's licence.

Trying to Connect You
A local businessman, Brian Quigley, has given the parish the world's most technologically advanced confessional. While Father Peter, helplessly behind the times in the transportation department, finds himself at the mercy of beautiful bartender Assumpta Fitzgerald who owns a car but loathes organised religion.

The Things We Do For Love
A mysterious woman from Peter's past causes quite a stir, distracting him as he fights to keep a young family from losing their home.

Live in My Heart and Pay No Rent
Hit on the head by a falling bust of St. John, Officer Ambrose Egan finds himself called to the priesthood, abandoning his beloved Niamh.

Fallen Angel
Ballykissangel's first pirate radio station provides the soundtrack as Peter prepares for his driving test. On a visit to the local hospital, Peter receives confession from a former judge who committed a crime long ago.

The Power and the Gory
Following the death of a local representative to Parliament, Quigley campaigns vigorously against an equally unscrupulous opponent.

Missing You Already
Assumpta finds it hard to join in the fun of a local festival that threatens to put her out of business, especially when she learns that Father Clifford may be sent back to England.

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Niall Toibin
Stephen Tompkinson
Dervla Kirwan
Tony Doyle
Tina Kellegher
Peter Hanly
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N.G. Bristow
Chris Clough
Mike Cocker
Paul Duane
Dominic Crawford-Collins
Shaun Davey
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Dual
Comedy 1996 292:27 (Case: 324) 576i (PAL) 4
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English Dolby Digital 2.0 (192Kb/s)
English for the Hearing Impaired
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