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An Island Parish

An Island Parish is British Documentary TV series. Created by Nigel Farrell. Produced by Tiger Aspect Productions. Stars: Heike Dorn, David Easton, Clifford Freeman. It premiered on Jan 08, 2007, on BBC Two. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.1 *.


An Island Parish Number Of Seasons: 12 (99 episodes)

Season 13


Season 12

Season premieres on January 2, 2017

Finale: February 20, 2017

BBC Two, 8 episodes

Season 11

Season premieres on March 21, 2016

Finale: April 25, 2016

BBC Two, 6 episodes

Season 10

2015, BBC Two, 6 episodes

Season 9

2015, BBC Two, 6 episodes

Season 8

2014, BBC Two, 6 episodes

Season 7

2012, BBC Two, 6 episodes

Season 6

2012, BBC Two, 6 episodes

Season 5

2011, BBC Two, 12 episodes

Season 4

2009, BBC Two, 14 episodes

Season 3

2008, BBC Two, 12 episodes

Season 2

2008, BBC Two, 12 episodes

Season 1

2007, BBC Two, 8 episodes

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An Island Parish is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 12 Episode 8 (To See Sunshine One Must Weather the Storm) - Air Date: Feb 20, 2017 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Two - An Island Parish, Series 8 - Sark Winter, Sark's Got Talent - BBC News - according to Bbc

February brings freezing temperatures but unique opportunities to the islanders too: Mini McCusker leaps into the sea - as she does every day - on the high spring tide, while some hours later Dave Scott the shepherd takes the afternoon off with his wife Estelle to go ormering, the pursuit of a huge shellfish only findable on the low spring tide.

An Island Parish, BBC2 - TV review: An insight into a resourceful and close-knit community - The Independent - via Independent

An Island Parish took proceedings way north. Unst, in the Shetland Islands, is the focus of this 10th series, and it's actually closer to Oslo than London. From watching this gentle show, you'd think nothing had changed up there in the past 50 years.

An Island Parish Eriskay priest Fr Maclellan buried on the island - Scottish Catholic Observer - by Sconews

“We thank God for his life, his priesthood, and all that he did in service of the community” Bishop Toal said.  “We extend our sympathy to his brother Donald and his family, his sisters Morag and Margaret, his other close relatives, his fellow priests, the people of Eriskay, and all his many friends who mourn his passing.”


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