Ballykissangel - Series Two DVD
The Complete Series Two - 2 DVD Boxset
Life is a challenge for any priest in a small mountain town, and Father Peter Clifford has just
arrived in the Irish village of Ballykissangel from Manchester with high expectations and no driver's licence!
Ballykissangel - 2 DVD Boxset Featuring all eight episodes from Series Two
Episode 2-1: For One Night Only
When Father Peter is "won" by Assumpta in a charity slave auction, some eyebrows are raised, but when
he is cast as her love interest in the town play, Father MacAnally puts his foot down.
Episode 2-2: River Dance
The town is up in arms and Peter is outraged, when a beloved local teacher loses his job.
Episode 2-3: In The Can
Former one-hit wonder Enda Sullivan takes Assumpta out on a
date and Peter recruits him to play at a Gospel Mass. Meanwhile, Brian Quigley directs a Ballykissangel
Episode 2-4: The Facts Of Life
When Peter finds an abandoned newborn on his doorstep, he makes it his mission to find the child's
mother and reunite her family.
Episode 2-5: Someone To Watch Over Me
Brian Quigley's new housekeeper is entirely
too attractive and flirtatious for her own good... or Brian's!
Episode 2-6: Only Skin Deep
It's festival time and Brian Quigley thinks he's backed a winner in the town beauty contest. Siobhan
does some detective work while Peter and Ambrose try to reform a young delinquent.
Episode 2-7: Money, Money, Money
When a fire guts Kathleen's house, the villagers unite to help her rebuild. All they need is a sure
thing at the racetrack to help them afford it.
Episode 2-8: Chinese Whispers
Two strangers cause chaos when a rumour spreads that
they are from the revenue service.
Running Time - 391 minutes
Video Aspect - 4:3 Full Screen
Audio Soundtrack - English - Dolby Digital Stereo
No.of of Discs - Two
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Audience Rating: Parental Guidance
Brand: 2 Entertain
Original Release Date:
- Niall Toibin
- Stephen Tompkinson
- Dervla Kirwan
- Tony Doyle
- Peter Hanly