"The Boy Who Loved Trolls" is convinced that the creatures exist when he meets Ofoeti (Sam Waterston) under a bridge. But there's one hitch: for Ofoeti to remain alive, Paul (Matt Dill) must stay with him forever. Kalotte: Susan Anton. Socrates: W.H. Macy.
The story of Booker T. Washington, a slave in the Civil War South who dreams of receiving an education, even though his stepfather (Thalmus Rasulala) has other plans for the youngster. Jane: C.C.H. Pounder. Davis: LeVar Burton.
In the conclusion of "African Journey," Luke and Themba (Jason Blicker, Pedzisai Sithole) stumble upon poachers in a game park; and Luke's father (Alan Jordan) learns that the mine is to be closed. Tulani: Eldinah Tshatedi. Inga: Katja Blomquist. Tendayi: Jesese Mungoshi.
"The Finding," about an adopted British boy (James Alder) who unexpectedly inherits a fortune when an elderly neighbor dies. Mum: Alison Steadman. Dad: Roger Rees. Gran: Moira Lister. Laura: Mia Fothergill. Poll: Miriam Margolyes. Fowles: Roger Lloyd Pack.
"Words by Heart." In 1910 Ben Sills moves his family to a Missouri farming community to give them a new life, but finds the same racism and violence he left the South to avoid. Lena: Fran Robinson. Claudie: Alfre Woodard.
"The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe," Part 2. The children meet Mr. Beaver and his wife (Kerry Shale, Lesley Nicol), who advise them to seek the help of Aslan the great lion. Lucy: Sophie Wilcox. White Witch: Barbara Kellermann. Edmund: Jonathan R. Scott.
Set sometime in the future, "Walking on Air" is about a paraplegic lad who, with the help of his teacher tries to persuade NASA to let him travel in outer space. Based on a story by Ray Bradbury. Jason: James Treuer. Emily: Katheryn Trainor.
As “Necessary Parties” concludes, Corelli and Chris (Mark Paul Gosselaar) search for legal grounds to stop the divorce. Connie: Julie Hagerty. Stephen: Geoff Pierson. Jenny: Taylor Fry. Carol: Barbara Dana.
In the conclusion of "Captain Johnno," the youngster plans to run away to avoid being sent to a special school. Frank: John Waters. Tony: Joe Petruzzi. Kathleen: Michele Fawdon. Mr. O'Connor: Peter Healy.
In 1890s Australia, a boy and his family need a "Miracle Down Under" to save their sheep ranch. The boy's hopes are raised when he mistakes an old miner for Father Christmas. Elizabeth: Dee Wallace Stone. Patrick: John Waters. Sarah: Nadine Garner. Max: Charles Tingwell.
Conclusion of "The December Rose." Colonel Brodsky (Michael Poole) learns how Barnacle obtained the locket, and asks Tom's help in pursuing the criminals; Creaker does Lord Hobart's dirty work. Tom: Tony Haygarth. Creaker: Ian Hogg. Mrs. McDipper: Judy Cornwell.
An Australian tale about a "Top Kid," a 10-year-old genius named Gary Doyle (Emil Minty), who's faced with a dilemma when he's asked to cheat on a 1940s radio quiz show. Jack Doyle: Harold Hopkins. Mrs. Doyle: Michelle Fawdon. Freddie Brooks: Garry McDonald. Brother Kennedy: Joss McWilliam.
"Caddie Woodlawn," about a pioneer girl (Emily Schulman) in 1865 Wisconsin. In Part 1 of two, Caddie's Boston relatives visit. Uncle Edmund: Parker Stevenson. Annabelle: Betsy Townsend. Harriet: Season Hubley. John: James Stephens. Tom: Trey Parker.
In Depression-era Australia, a horse breeder and his grandsons hope a promising colt was "Born to Run." An edited Disney film that first aired in 1979. Teddy: Robert Bettles. Doone: Andrew McFarland. Aunt Marian: Mary Ward. Sanford: Kit Taylor.
As "Anne of Green Gables---The Sequel" concludes, Anne's optimism and ingenuity win the hearts of the entire Harris family, including the curmudgeonly Mrs. Harris (Wendy Hiller). Anne: Megan Follows. Marilla: Colleen Dewhurst. Morgan Harris: Frank Converse. Pauline: Kate Lynch.
"Colour in the Creek," conclusion. Alec and Robbie (Ken Talbot, Travis Latter) find a gold nugget in a nearby creek, but the Fletchers may lose their claim after John (Dennis Miller) is seriously injured. Mum: Judy Morris. Biddy: Pascale Moray. Snow: Christopher Wood. Jonno: Hugh Clairmont-Simpson.
Home from boarding school for the holidays, Kay Harker finds intrigue when an old man (Patrick Troughton) entrusts him with "The Box of Delights." Abner Brown: Robert Stephens. Peter: Crispin Mair. Foxy Faced Charles: Geoffrey Larder.
"The Revolt of Job," a 1983 Hungarian Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film, offers a WWII story of an elderly Jewish couple who adopt a young Christian boy (Gabor Feher). Nearly 45 minutes have been cut from the film. Job: Ferenc Zenthe. Roza: Hedi Temessy. Jani: Peter Rudolf.
"The Last Warhorse" is owned by scrap dealer Pop MacKenzie and his grandchildren, who are struggling to protect their home from land developers. Dee: Olivia Martin. Ray: Robert Carlton. Sid: Kristin Veriga. Ishikawa: Kazue Matsumoto.
In "Run, Rebecca, Run!" a young Australian finds herself marooned on an island inhabited solely by a South American refugee (Henri Szeps). Rod: Adam Garnett. Mr. Porter: John Stanton. Mrs. Porter: Mary Ann Severne.
In the conclusion of "A Waltz Through the Hills," Frank offers to help Andy and Sammy (Andre Jansen, Tina Kemp) get to the coast. Uncle Tom: Dan O'Herlihy. Molly Thompson: Maggie Wilde West. Bert Thompson: Geoffrey Atkins.
In the conclusion of "Golden Pennies," Jack and the other children set off to find gold and catch the bushrangers; and Luke (Bryan Marshall) is threatened by his past. Rebecca: Carol Drinkwater. Lucy: Michaela Abay. Lovejoy: Gerard Kennedy.