Dawn French dons her cassock and collar once more for a final two-part outing of The Vicar Of Dibley due to be screened over the holiday season.
The chocoholic Geraldine Granger decides to bring some culture to England’s most eccentric parish by forming a book club – the only downside being that it involves the likes of foul-mouthed, but lovable, Owen Newitt actually reading a book.
Somewhat suprisingly, the vicar’s none-too-bright best friend, the wonderfully dippy Alice, has managed to decipher the clues in The Da Vinci Code and has come to the conclusion that she is, in fact, the last living descendant of Jesus Christ.
Geraldine, in the meantime, is quite frankly fed up with "e;townies"e; descending upon Dibley and buying weekend cottages – that is, until she meets one particularly charming newcomer…
Romance is in the air and it looks as though the handsome Harry could finally be the one to whisk the vicar down the aisle but, as always, the festive season in Dibley doth not run smoothly.
Christmas in Dibley is, as ever, a truly unique ecclesiastical experience and a charming tale of love, confusion, unrequited love and utter chaos with a very happy ending indeed.