Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
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Father Peter Clifford arrives at his new church in Ballykissangel, a town filled with extravagant confessionals, bartenders who loathe organized religion and many more colorful characters he'll soon to get to know.

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Gerard Lenihan (as John Olahan)
Aine Ni Mhuiri ...
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English priest Peter Clifford cheerfully leaves his inner city parish when assigned as Catholic chaplain to Ballykissangel, a desolate part of curate MacAnally's huge Irish country parish. Peter flippantly claimed a mountain-bike is made for such country but gets scolded you can't work here without a car, as an old man living on a lonely peak actually needs last rites. Clifford's atheist landlady Assumpta Fitzgerald asks his 'lay' marriage advice. Her locally dominant rich father, Brian Quigley, insists on installing a state-of-the-art Italian 'modern comforts' confessional chair, complete with fax, and source of various problems. Written by KGF Vissers

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11 February 1996 (UK)  »

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