It is well-known that the $n$th Catalan number is equal to $(n+1)^{-1}\binom{2n}{n}$. A long time ago I had wondered what happens if you look at the sequence generated by $(n+k)^{-1}\binom{pn}{n}$ - for which $p,k$ is it integral?

I found no other integral-producing values except for $(p,k)=(2,1)$ but then I'm probably missing something. (Also, MATLAB, which is my main tool, quickly runs out of precision on this kind of computation).

So - is this known? Trivial, perhaps?