Next Episode of An Island Parish is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
An Island Parish is a British television documentary made by Tiger Aspect Productions for BBC2 which covers the lives of residents in the Island parish of the Isles of Scilly, the remotest parish within the Church of England.
Bishop Brooks is travelling again, carrying out parish duties on neighbouring St Barths as he checks on major church renovations. Businesswoman Nathalie le Senechal brings some French culture to Anguilla with a wine tasting. Local cyclist Justin Hodge battles it out against riders from all over the Caribbean in Anguilla's biggest cycling race, and the fisheries department are out to eradicate a new predator in Anguillian waters - the lionfish.
The Bishop and The National Trust are visiting the desolate island of Sombrero, once home to a thriving guano-mining industry and now home to thousands of protected sea birds. On Prickly Pear island, Allan and Sue Ruan race against the clock to deliver lunch to hungry tourists at their pop-up restaurant, and back on Anguilla, four talented ladies battle it out for the prestigious crown of Miss Anguilla.
The carnival is in Anguilla - from boat racing to parades, there are celebrations all over the island. Chef Ken Vanterpool tries to feed the crowds at Anguilla's most popular barbecue, and parishioners take the chance to raise much-needed church funds by feeding hungry festival-goers. Ex-pats Sue and Trudy enter a carnival troupe, but will their costumes be ready in time for the big day?
Islanders prepare for the threat of hurricanes as the rainy season begins. Horticulturalist Anna Kennedy is in search of a remedy to save her trees from invasive pests. Bishop Brooks is off to Antigua as festivities begin to celebrate the 175th anniversary of his diocese, and local vet Dr Garry Swanston encourages locals to inoculate their pets.
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