Old Jack's Boat features a retired fisherman who lives in a little village on the North Yorkshire coast, as he tells tall stories from inside his old fishing boat.
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Miss Bowline-Hitch is taking photos of everyone in the village for her scrapbook.
Jack tells a story of the day he found a honey pot floating in the sea.
Jack tells a tale of the time he had to deliver balloons to the tigerfish's party.
When Salty's ball hits it, Shelly's new pink recipe becomes a blobby mess.
Loud sounds from the Rainbow keep interrupting Sam and Ernie's conversation.
Sam and Ernie are building a beach hut. Jack offers to fetch a feather duster to clean it.
It's Ernie's birthday and Shelly has made a special cake. But disaster is never far away.
Emily and Shelly start selling doughnuts, and they remind Jack of a story.
Miss Bowline-Hitch has been rushing around and needs to sit down for a rest.
Jack recalls the time that he and Salty set off to find the end of the rainbow.
Jack remembers the story of the day the tide went out - and didn't come back.
Emily's ice cream maker has broken and she can't sell any ice creams.
Jack remembers the story of the magic shell that made food - and why the sea is salty!
Jack recalls a hunt for treasure that needed sunshine to solve it.
Shelly is looking for an unusual flowerpot, and Jack has a brilliant idea.
Jack tells the story of Grandpa Pops, the oldest sailor in the world.
Jack remembers a very bumpy day when the sea was covered in seaweed.
Miss Bowline-Hitch loses her purse.
Jack tells Salty the story of the underwater tug of war.
Ernie gives Jack a new light bulb for his ship's lamp.
Miss Bowline-Hitch thinks Ernie deserves a prize for all the hard work he is doing.
Jack recalls the time he helped a sea turtle to hatch her eggs.
Jack tells a tale of a hairy monster he met once on a desert island.
Jack tells the story of a very special delivery he once received.
Sam is fishing in the water for some lost keys.