Ballykissangel - Series Five DVD Boxset
Complete Series Five DVD Boxset
Ballykissangel - 3 DVD Boxset Featuring all twelve episodes from Series Five
- Episode 5-1: Two Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Has Quigley got what it takes to save the village's reputation? Niamh has her own set of worries.
- Episode 5-2: Hello and Farewell
The village mourns the loss of a hero, while Orla might have met a hero of her own.
- Episode 5-3: Catch of the Day
Niamh makes an important decision about her future, while
Orla and Conor go on their first date.
- Episode 5-4: Moving Out
Emma has had enough of her father's strange behaviour towards
Niamh, but what will Ballykissangel's gossips think of her moving in with Danny?
- Episode 5-5: Eureka
When Ambrose's mother Imelda pays a visit, Niamh can't do anything to please her. The lure of an Australian
gold mine leads Quigley into a race against time.
- Episode 5-6: Behind Bars
Quigley bids farewell to Niamh and discovers that the new landlord of the pub is an enemy from the past.
- Episode 5-7: Brendan's Crossing
When the headmaster's job becomes available, Brendan feels that it's time to improve himself.
- Episode 5-8: A Few Dollars More
Dooley and Minto arrange a supply of illegal liquor, but are they really away from watchful eyes?
- Epsiode 5-9: The Outsiders
Frankie finds her own brand of justice for Dooley.
- Episode 5-10: With a Song in My Heart
Plans for the choir are not going well until a girl enchants Aidan with her voice.
- Episode 5-11: Loves Labours
When Frankie and Aidan join forces for a wet day out,
Aidan's reputation as a priest is compromised. Liam and Donal are the first to hear a big announcement from
Niamh and Dillon.
- Episode 5-12: The Wedding
Minto seizes his chance to give Dillon a stag party that he will never forget.
- Running Time - 568 minutes
- Video Aspect - 4:3 Full Screen
- Audio Soundtrack - English - Dolby Digital Stereo
- No.of of Discs - Three
Audience Rating: Parental Guidance
Original Release Date:
- Colin Farrell
- Susannah Doyle
- Owen Teale
- Doreen Keogh
- Tony Doyle