There are some great moments, and I think there’s a lesson in there somewhere about not wasting your life, but it gets lost among long drawn out banter about anarchism.
Michael Wesley Smith (Jack) presents a Sky News report segment on the Banks prosecution.
The sky is cracking apart, whales walk the earth, and a colossal tidal wave threatens to destroy the planet. And a bumble bee’s life hangs in the balance. Featuring Sally Martin (Kandy) as Josie, Michael Wesley-Smith (Jack) as Daniel, and Caleb Ross (Lex) as Rob.
From order to disorder, from peace to war, from stability to chaos, as the series draws to a close, the tribes’ face their future together. Has the dream been realised?
The Techno invasion has begun – they are clearly technologically advanced but who are they and where have they come from? Rumours abound the city that they could be adults!
16-year-old nerd, Giles (Michael Wesley-Smith – Jack), is the new student at Atlantis High, where both the students and teachers seem to be very weird. Could the school being reputedly built on the lost city of Atlantis have anything to do with this?
The first day dawns on the age of Zoot. Newcomer Pride explains how his tribe live in harmony with the animal world under the leadership of the enigmatic Eagle, but what is her real identity?
In order to search for the cure the tribe must leave the mountain and return to the city where the antidote is rumoured to be hidden. As they prepare for the journey, a horrific accident occurs.
In the wake of a deadly virus that has wiped out the adult population, the children of the world must now survive on their own.
This series follows the legend of William Tell, who, as the stories say, shot an apple off of his son’s head and lead the rebellion to free Switzerland. Starring Beth Allen (Amber) as Princess Vara and Drew Neemia (Fisheye) as Drogo.