The village of Dibley acquires a new vicar, but the Reverend Geraldine is a bit of a surprise, and
a not entirely welcome one to some people.
17/11/1994 Songs of Praise
A BBC TV program decides to film a segment in Dibley, leading to all sorts of romantic misunderstandings,
well, auditions for the church choir.
24/11/1994 Community Spirit
Geraldine takes over the Autumn Fair and promises a celebrity, say Elton John, to open it but finds
it a bit difficult to deliver.
01/12/1994 The Window and the Weather
One of the church's stained glass windows is broken during a storm (not The Great Storm, mind you),
which sends the Reverend on a fund-raising mission among the well to do, especially David's friends.
Geraldine clashes with David in the Dibley district councilor elections over the issue of local bus
service, and finds herself an opposing candidate.
A funeral for a pet bird inspires Geraldine to hold a special church service for all the animals of
the village, despite opposition from David.
08/04/1996 The Easter Bunny
Geraldine's musings about the Dibley Easter bunny and the collection of Lenten fines are interrupted
by the illness of a parishioner.
25/12/1996 The Christmas Lunch Incident
Vicar Geraldine experiences the downside of the festive season when she agrees to attend three different Christmas
lunches. She also meets verger Alice's less clever sister, attends a Brussels sprout-eating competition,
and hears the world's least-funny knock-knock joke.
Geraldine finds herself really enjoying a clergy exchange program when a handsome young priest from Ireland comes to visit her in Dibley.