Tuesday marked the first anniversary of the death of Frank Kelly, an icon of Irish television, radio and stage, who was of course best known for his role as the foul-mouthed Fr. Jack Hackett in Father Ted. In fact, in a remarkable coincidence, Frank Kelly died on the exact same date as Dermot Morgan did eighteen years earlier. This first episode of Cloch Le Carn, which looks at public figures who have contributed to Irish society, sees Frank remembered by his family and colleagues who talk about the talented actor and loving husband and father that he was.