An Island Parish is a British television documentary made by Tiger Aspect Productions for BBC2. Series one and two covered the lives of residents of the Church of England parish of the Isles of Scilly. These series were supported by the Diocese of Truro. They followed A Seaside Parish, which covered the work of the Reverend Christine Musser in the parish of Boscastle in Cornwall, and also A Country Parish before that. Series three and four looked particularly at the work of the Methodist Church on the Isles of Scilly, as seen through the eyes of the local minister, the Revd David Easton. Series five moved north and followed Fr John Paul in his first year as the Roman Catholic priest at Castlebay on island of Barra, the second southernmost inhabited island in the Outer Hebrides (after Vatersay, to which it is linked by a causeway). Series six was filmed on Barra by Tiger Aspect during 2011 and aired in early 2012, while series seven began in late 2012 and follows the Anglican priest and Methodist minister on Sark.
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2 January 2012 (2012-01-02) One year into the job and local parish priest Father John Paul has to face up to controversial issues threatening the future of his island ... other crofters try every way to eke out a living from the island. 2012 (2012-01-09) Easter brings good weather and a new air of optimism to the remote island of Barra ...
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And great boughs drop tranquillity;
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A parrot sways upon a tree,
Raging at his own image in the enamelled sea.”
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