The fourteenth series of Thomas & Friends first aired on television in October 2010 in the UK and between November 2010 and January 2011 in the US. There were twenty episodes, all of which were narrated by Michael Angelis in the UK and Michael Brandon in the US.

Episodes

Screenshot UK title (top)
US title (bottom)
Written by Original UK release date Episode number #
Thomas'TallFriendpromo.jpg Thomas' Tall Friend Sharon Miller 11 October 2010 #01
Thomas must deliver a giraffe to the Animal Park, but is too excited to wait for its keeper.
JamesintheDarkpromo.jpg James in the Dark Mark Robertson 12 October 2010 #02
James refuses to wear an old fashioned head lamp at night and picks up Farmer McColl, Farmer Trotter, and their animals instead of Allicia Botti.
PingyPongyPickUppromo.jpg Pingy Pongy Pick Up Miranda Larson 13 October 2010 #03
Emily must pick up the Sodor United football team's kits.
CharlieandEddiepromo.jpg Charlie and Eddie Sharon Miller 14 October 2010 #04
Edward tries to show Charlie that he is a fun engine instead of delivering Sir Topham Hatt's car to a mechanic.
TobyandtheWhistlingWoodspromo.jpg Toby and the Whistling Woods Louise Kramskoy 15 October 2010 #05
Thomas and James help Toby get through the Whistling Woods.
Henry'sHealthandSafetypromo.jpg Henry's Health and Safety Sharon Miller 18 October 2010 #06
Henry becomes so concerned about safety, he interferes with Percy's jobs.
Diesel'sSpecialDeliverypromo.jpg Diesel's Special Delivery Jessica Sandys Clarke 19 October 2010 #07
Diesel swaps his dull load of slate for a haul of shiny red apples and bright flowers in order to please Sodor's schoolchildren.
PopGoesThomaspromo.jpg Pop Goes Thomas Mark Robertson 20 October 2010 #08
Thomas is amused by the popping sounds coming from his load of lemonade, but when he delivers the cargo, he discovers that the bottles are empty.
VictorSaysYespromo.jpg Victor Says Yes Denise Cassar 21 October 2010 #09
Victor bites off more than he can chew when he agrees to fix many of Sodor's engines on the same day.
ThomasinChargepromo.jpg Thomas in Charge Mark Daydy 22 October 2010 #10
The Railway Inspector pays a visit to Sodor, but Thomas' ambitious plans to impress him lead to chaos.
BeingPercypromo.jpg Being Percy Rachel Dawson 25 October 2010 #11
Percy decides to imitate Gordon in order to get the other engines to take notice of him.
MerryWinterWishPromo.jpg Merry Winter Wish Miranda Larson 26 October 2010 #12
Thomas delivers the Star of Knapford, a festive light that makes wishes come true.
ThomasandtheSnowmanPartypromo.jpg Thomas and the Snowman Party Jessica Sandys Clarke 27 October 2010 #13
Thomas must find a special hat for a snowman before the party can begin.
Thomas'CrazyDaypromo.jpg Thomas' Crazy Day Sharon Miller 28 October 2010 #14
Sir Topham Hatt enlists Thomas to teach the silly Logging Locos how to be useful, but he has already promised to play a game with Percy.
JumpingJobiWoodpromo.jpg Jumping Jobi Wood! Sharon Miller 29 October 2010 #15
Thomas is ordered to collect some precious Jobi wood from Misty Island, but chaos ensues when Old Wheezy starts throwing the logs around.
ThomasandScruffpromo.jpg Thomas and Scruff Sharon Miller 1 November 2010 #16
Thomas tries to clean a new engine named Scruff, but as soon as he knows he is getting a wash, he runs off in terror.
OTheIndignitypromo.jpg O the Indignity Sharon Miller 2 November 2010 #17
Gordon is put in charge of Whiff's Waste Dump on "Clean Sodor Day".
JittersandJapespromo.jpg Jitters and Japes Sharon Miller 3 November 2010 #18
Thomas takes Dowager Hatt on a slow tour of Misty Island, but the Dowager wants to have a more exciting trip.
MerryMistyIslandpromo.jpg Merry Misty Island Sharon Miller 4 November 2010 #19
Bash, Dash, and Ferdinand prepare for the first ever Misty Island Christmas party.
Henry'sMagicBoxpromo.jpg Henry's Magic Box Sharon Miller 8 November 2010 #20
Henry helps Sir Topham Hatt prepare a secret holiday surprise.

Songs

Characters

Characters Introduced

Half Hour Format

When series 14 aired on PBS Kids in the US and Nick Jr. in the UK, each broadcast aired two episodes, a song and a Down at the Station segment.

Clever Ideas

  • Thomas' Tall Friend
  • Song: Roll Along
  • Down at the Station: Coal
  • James in the Dark

Helpful Friends

  • Charlie and Eddie
  • Song: Thomas, You're the Leader (CGI version)
  • Down at the Station: The Conductor
  • Toby and the Whistling Woods

Safe and Sound

Special Jobs

  • Diesel's Special Delivery
  • Song: Thomas, You're the Leader (CGI version)
  • Pingy Pongy Pick Up

Being Happy with Me

  • Being Percy
  • Song: Roll Along
  • Victor Says Yes

Busy Days

  • Thomas' Crazy Day
  • Song: Sir Topham Hatt
  • Down at the Station: Evening
  • Thomas and the Snowman Party

Playing with Friends

Sounds and Smells

  • O the Indignity
  • Song: Roll Along
  • Down at the Station: Points
  • Pop Goes Thomas

Listening and Learning

  • Thomas in Charge
  • Song: Sir Topham Hatt
  • Down at the Station: The End of the Line
  • Jitters and Japes

Winter Delights

  • Merry Misty Island
  • Song: Misty Island Rescue
  • Down at the Station: Diesel Engines
  • Merry Winter Wish

Cast

UK and AUS

  • Ben Small as Thomas, Toby and Ferdinand
  • Keith Wickham as Edward, Henry, Gordon, James, Percy, Whiff, Dash, Salty, Harold, Captain, the Fat Controller, Dowager Hatt and Mr. Bubbles
  • Matt Wilkinson as Spencer, Charlie, Bash, Scruff, Victor, Rocky, Cranky, Kevin, the Railway Inspector, the Dockyard Worker, the Island Inspector and the Blonde-haired Boy
  • Teresa Gallagher as Emily, Rosie, Mavis, Stephen Hatt, Bridget Hatt, the Laundry Lady, the Ginger-haired Boy and the Schoolchildren
  • Togo Igawa as Hiro
  • Kerry Shale as Diesel, 'Arry and Bert
  • Jules de Jongh as Allicia Botti

US and CAN

Trivia

  • Nitrogen Studios began production on this series in May 2009, immediately following the delivery of Hero of the Rails.[1]
  • This series marks the first for a few things:
    • 'Arry, Bert and Jem Cole's first appearances in full CGI.
    • The first series in which Jo Jordan is the creative producer.
    • The first series not to feature the Troublesome Trucks, as none of the trucks in this series have faces.
    • The first series to have episodes written by Jessica Sandys Clarke.  
  • Although originally broadcast in 2010, episodes one to eight, seventeen, and twenty have a copyright of 2009, meaning this series was made in production in 2009 before it aired on television worldwide in 2010.
  • The winter-themed episodes were re-narrated for the UK release of Merry Winter Wish, replacing the term "Winter Holidays" with "Christmas Holidays". This was in response to criticism from Hilary Fortnam in 2011 about the references to Christmas being removed from Little Engines Big Days Out.
  • This marks the last of a few things: 
    • This was Sharon Miller's last series as creative producer.
    • The last series to have episodes written by Mark Robertson, Miranda Larson, and Louise Kramskoy.
    • The last series dubbed in Swedish until the twenty-second series.
  • This is also the only series to have episodes written by Denise Cassar, Mark Daydy, and Rachel Dawson.
  • This would have been Pierce Brosnan's final series as narrator if he had stayed.
  • This is Emily's least prominent series since her introduction, as she only speaks in two episodes.

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