Bless Me, Father
Newly ordained priest Neil Boyd has almost everything he learnt in the seminary thrown out of the window when he joins the eccentric Father Duddleswell in the parish of St. Jude's
When a newly ordained young priest, Neil Boyd, comes to the parish of St Jude's, he discovers that nothing in the seminary could have prepared him for Father Duddleswell - a robust and cheerful eccentric, who has been the parish priest for 12 years.
Our Review: Surprisingly good offering from a late-70s/early-80s ITV period. Broad humour and very entertaining without being patronising or loaded with cheap, overwhelmingly obvious gags. Witty scripts and subtle humour power the show and the eccentricities of its characters.