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Ballykissangel: Lost Sheep

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The appearance of a young stranger unsettles some of the older residents of the village.

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(How I created ... Father Clifford: page 143)

Assumpta's doubts about her marriage to journalist Leo grow ever stronger tonight, as she realises that her feelings for Father Peter are not something she can shake off easily. She's not the only troubled one however, as Father Mac and shopkeeper Kathleen get extremely jumpy when a woman returns to the village looking for her sister.
The biggest shock of the night, though is for vet Siobhan, who discovers that she is to become a 40-something single mother. She gets support from the surprising direction of Father Peter, who wisely opines that it's an opportunity not granted to everyone.
Meanwhile, Quigley seems to have done a disappearing act.

Contributors

Writer: Robert Jones
Producer: Chris Griffin
Director: Dermot Boyd
Father Peter Clifford: Stephen Tompkinson
Assumpta Fitzgerald: Dervla Kirwan
Brian Quigley: Tony Doyle
Father MacAnally: Niall Toibin
Ambrose Egan: Peter Hanly
Niamh Egan: Tina Kellegher
Liam: Joe Savino
Donal: Frankie McCafferty
Padraig: Peter Caffrey
Siobhan: Deirdre Donnelly
Brendan: Gary Whelan
Eamonn: Birdy Sweeney
Dr Michael Ryan: Bosco Hogan
Kathleen: Aine Ni Mhuiri
Leo: Jimmy Nesbitt
Nainsi Maguire: Antoine Byrne
Duffy: Robbie Doolan

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Ballykissangel: Lost Sheep

BBC One London, 12 April 1998 20.00






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