A few weeks after I first posted about my recent discovery of The Vicar of Dibley, my local PBS station dropped the show. I couldn’t believe it.

Thanks to comments from AAR readers, I now knew that Geraldine (played by the marvelous Dawn French) eventually meets, and marries, Richard Armitage (well, the character he plays). I began watching numerous clips of the show on YouTube,  But it wasn’t quite the same.

I decided to keep the series recording set on my DVR, just in case my PBS station put the show back on. A couple days ago I was checking through my saved records, and there it was. The Vicar of Dibley was back, and I now had a new episode to watch, entitled, “The Handsome Stranger.” Wonder of wonders, my PBS channel started the series back up again with the show in which Geraldine meets Harry!

I can hardly wait for the next episode.


LinnieGayl Kimmel
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My first memory is sitting with my mother on a blanket in our backyard surrounded by books and she is reading one of them to me. My love of reading was encouraged by my parents and it continues to today. I’ve gone through a lot of different genres over the years, but I currently primarily read mysteries (historical mysteries are my favorites) and romances (focusing on contemporaries, categories, and steampunk). When I’m not reading or working, I love to travel, knit, and work on various community projects.