The Best of Daisy and BoCo is a UK VHS featuring five Season 2 episodes narrated by Ringo Starr and two Season 3 episodes and two Season 2 episodes narrated by Michael Angelis. This was Distributed by The Video Collection in 1995.
- Percy's Predicament
- The Diseasel
- Wrong Road
- Edward's Exploit
- Buzz Buzz
- One Good Turn
- Thomas and the Special Letter
- Bulls Eyes
- Narrated by Ringo Starr and Michael Angelis.
- Release Date: 1995.
- Distributed by The Video Collection.
- Daisy - Thomas is in trouble. The Fat Controller sends for Daisy, a diesel rail-car to run his Railway. Daisy is spoilt and hard to please - as everyone soon discovers.
- Percy's Predicament - Daisy is difficult. Percy is annoyed and Toby tries to help the situation with surprising results.
- The Diseasel - Some silly trucks cause trouble between Bill and Ben the tank engine twins and a diesel called BoCo. Confusion reigns until Edward puffs in.
- Wrong Road - Edward suggests Gordon runs a branch line for a change. Proud Gordon the mainline engine refuses until one day he travels on a branch line by mistake.
- Edward's Exploit - Gordon, James and Henry are teasing Edward for being old, but later an accident on an important journey shows just how strong Edward can be.
- Buzz, Buzz - James boasts about his bravery but when a swarm of bees start buzzing around him he wishes that they would get back to making honey and leave him to make steam!
- One Good Turn - Bill and Ben have trouble on the turntable and end up face to face!
- Thomas and the Special Letter - All the engines are very excited as they are going on a trip to the big station far away to visit a little girl who has written to The Fat Controller. Thomas nearly misses the trip because he is over excited.
- Bulls Eyes - Daisy soon regrets teasing Toby about his cow catchers and being afraid of bulls. Champion the Bull doesn't run away when Daisy hoots at him and he will not even look her in the eye.
- THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE & FRIENDS
- Based on The Railway Series by The REV.W.AWDRY
- Told by RINGO STARR
- Directed by DAVID MITTON