The Vicar of Dibley – 14 December 2020 – 14/12/2020 – Monday – BBC

Series 1 Episode 5 of 6

Ecclesiastical sitcom about the unconventional Rev Geraldine Granger.

The local elections are looming and David is confident of victory. His new plans include twinning Dibley with every country in Europe – except Belgium. He has not, however, counted on Geraldine, who may prove to be a formidable opponent.

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In her second set of sermons, Geraldine finally experiences the joy of going outside again. She also learns the dangers of trying to write sermons whilst also enjoying advocaat, reveals the results of the village quiz, discusses the fiasco over school exams, ponders the Black Lives Matters movement and remembers her wonderful verger Alice.

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About The Vicar of Dibley

When their elderly vicar passes away, congregation members in Dibley are surprised to find that a woman has been assigned to their parish. And not just any woman — Geraldine Granger is outgoing, vivacious and fun-loving, as well as caring and committed to her flock. However, her ebullient ways do not initially endear her to the head of the Parish Council, an old-fashioned gentleman farmer who’s not a fan of change. Hilarity ensues as Geraldine tries to win over the stodgy council members while staying true to herself and her pastorate.

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