Ballykissangel - Series One DVD Boxset
- On The Ballykissangel Trail - Making Of Feature
- Ballykissangel Behind The Scenes
- Summer Holiday in Ballykissangel
Ballykissangel - 2 DVD Boxset Featuring all six episodes from Series One Plus - On The
Ballykissangel Trail - Making Of Feature, Ballykissangel Behind The Scenes and Summer Holiday in Ballykissangel
Region 1 NTSC Format For USA and Canada
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!
Episode 1-1: Trying to Connect You
A local businessman has given the parish the world's most up-to-date confessional, but Father Peter is
still helplessly behind the times in the transportation department. He finds himself at the mercy of
beautiful bartender Assumpta Fitzgerald, who owns a car but loathes organised religion.
Episode 1-2: 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.
Episode 1-3: 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.
Episode 1-4: Fallen Angel
Ballykissangel's first pirate radio station provides the soundtrack as Peter prepares for his driving
test and learns of a parishioner's long-ago crime.
Episode 1-5: The Power and the Glory
Following the death of a local representative
to Parliament, Quigley campaigns vigorously against an equally unscrupulous opponent.
Episode 1-6: 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 to England.
- On the Ballykissangel Trail - Making of Feature (60 mins.)
- Ballykissangel - Behind the Scenes (20 mins)
- Summer Holiday in Avoca aka Ballykissangel - Tour of the Town
Format - Region 1 NTSC Closed Captioned Colour
Running Time - 300 minutes
Audio Soundtrack - English - Dolby Digital Stereo
Video Aspect - 1.33:1
No.of of Discs - Two