Tracy Beaker returns to The Dumping Ground only this time she's not a resident but a care worker offering her advice and experiences to a new generation of 'dumped' kids, often with calamitous results.
When Ren is marked by a powerful ancient spirit she is forced to leave behind the family she has spent her whole life protecting and journey across the land to find the real meaning behind the mark she bears.
Duran Fulton Brown,
D-Day: A British paratroop squad are dropped off-target and wiped-out. Private Johnny Barrows is the only survivor; inexperienced, scared, lost behind enemy lines. Johnny must grow up and become a man on his perilous journey to safety.
Based on the true story of Louisa Gould, the drama is set during World War II on the Nazi-occupied island of Jersey. Lou took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the war's course. ... See full summary »
With good life-lessons for children. The characters are very likable. The series is well-written. Sort of like 2000's television. Only 2 comments: One is that Matt shouldn't have left after season 2 (it's kindda pathetic Lilly and all the rest forgot all about him since season 3). Second, they should have made the episodes a bit shorter (like instead of 28 min., maybe 25 min. would've been better). But all in all, a very good TV show, and REFRESHING too! This decade needed it desperately.
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