A Second Helping of Island Parish
All of those who enjoyed the last series of ‘An Island Parish’ will be pleased to hear that the BBC has commissioned a second series based in Sark. They were delighted with the viewing figures of over two million viewers for each of the six episodes that were broadcast at prime time on Friday evenings running up to Christmas. Tiger Aspect Productions, who make the programmes, have already begun filming the new series with the help of local camerawoman Sue Daly. The six new episodes will follow life on Sark from the end of summer, through autumn and winter and into spring. A date for the transmission has yet to be announced but for those of us who live here the new series should be able to answer the question we are asked by so many visitors of, ‘What do you do in winter?’
Pictures by Sue Daly, shown from left to right
Dave moving his flock
Bas being filmed in Creux Harbour
Sark School are holding a jumble sale at the Island Hall on Saturday 19th January starting at 2 o’clock.