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Thomas & Friends is a British children's television series, which had its first broadcast on the ITV network on 9 October 1984. It is based on The Railway Series of books by the Reverend Wilbert Awdry and his son, Christopher Awdry. These books deal with the adventures of a group of anthropomorphised locomotives and road vehicles who live on the fictional Island of Sodor. The books were based on stories Wilbert told to entertain his son, Christopher during his recovery from measles. From Series one to four, many of the stories are based on events from Awdry's personal experience.
Daisy's springs need fixing after Diesel shunts her.
Diesel causes trouble between Daisy and Harvey.
Dowager Hatt runs the railway, while Sir Topham Hatt is away.
A branch gets stuck in the open gears of his crane, but Harvey is too shy to ask for help. Instead, he tries to fix it himself and ends up derailing himself inside a tunnel.
Millie is given extra work around the estate and gets very cross when Stephen and Glynn forget to clear up the garden waste to help her. When Stephen also manages to hurt her feelings and can't find her the next day to apologise, he thinks that she must have run away!
The Fat Controller splashes out on a new public address system, but the engines and passengers are struggling to hear the announcements. Holidaymakers end up at the quarry, quarry workers end up at the beach and Lord Callan ends up with an unexpected delivery of pigs!
A new coach temporarily replaces Henrietta while she is at the works.
After Cranky is teased about his age, he works twice as hard and through the night to impress the Fat Controller. But the harder he works, the more mistakes he makes. When a big, new, shiny crane arrives, he thinks that his days at Brendam Docks are over!
Carly the new crane is so keen that she takes on all the work. After Cranky finds himself with nothing to do, he works harder and faster in a bid to keep up with her. But as the two cranes frantically try to outdo one another, their hooks become entangled and they find themselves stuck fast and unable to move...
When Bertie breaks down while they are racing, Thomas takes on his passengers. One elderly man says that Bertie always drops him off between stops. Soon Thomas is getting requests for lots of other unscheduled stops, which makes him run late and upsets his own passengers and the Fat Controller.
When he is teased about having 68 painted on his side, Philip tries to discover why he was given that number. Later, when he manages to avoid an accident after 68 sheep stray onto the line, Philip decides it is his lucky number!
When Rosie is painted red she is challenged to a race by fellow red engine James. A screeching sound leads Rosie to suggest that James should get his brakes checked, but he is too proud to do that, which leads to trouble.
When Edward's shed is being repaired he is first sent to Philip's shed, then the Steamworks, then Brendam Docks, but they are all too noisy for him to get a good night's sleep!
CGI animated escapades of the little blue engine, based on the characters created by Rev W Awdry. Snow comes early to the Island of Sodor - and it is heavier than usual! Donald and Douglas are coupled back-to-back with a van between their tenders and snowploughs on their fronts. However, they argue about which line they should clear first, ending in Donald leaving his brother behind in the snow without coal or water!
CGI animated escapades of the little blue engine, based on the characters created by Rev W Awdry. Thomas is sent to work in the quarry for a spell, so Daisy is asked to take on his usual responsibilities. Annie and Clarabel are not needed, because Daisy can carry passengers without having to pull any coaches. But when Daisy takes every opportunity to remind them of it, Annie and Clarabel soon find a way to get their own back.
John Hasler(Thomas UK 2015-)
Martin Sherman(Thomas, Percy, Diesel)
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