Ballykissangel: Season 1, Episode 4

Fallen Angel (3 Mar. 1996)

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Ballykissangel gets their very own radio show, with a mystery host that Ambrose is determined to find. In the meantime, Father Clifford takes driving lessons with Asumpta in order to prepare for his upcoming test.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Doyle ...
Peter Hanly ...
Deirdre Donnelly ...
Frankie McCafferty ...
Joe Savino ...
Peter Caffrey ...
Aine Ni Mhuiri ...
Luke Griffin ...
Aiden Grennell ...
Mr Bradley
Olwen Fouere ...
Martin Murphy ...
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Assumpta gives father Clifford driving lessons as a birthday present, but flips when her yapping makes him nervously loose control of the steering wheel. Terminal patient Michael Bradley, a lonely atheist and former judge, proves an interesting chess partner. Constable Ambrose Egon looks frantically for the illegal radio station Angel FM, while Quigley advertises his new holiday cottages on it. Written by KGF Vissers

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[last lines]
Sister: [about the chess game] I thought I'd leave that till you'd seen it.
Father Peter Clifford: Thanks.
Sister: Who was winning?
Father Peter Clifford: He was. But he resigned.
Sister: So you won.
Father Peter Clifford: It was more of a draw.
Sister: Never mind, Father; he left you a consolation prize. He asked me to give you these.
[hands him keys]
Sister: He said something about you going places.
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References Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937) See more »


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Performed by Des'ree
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