Part 8: Eventually Jack makes it to the very top of the beanstalk...and emerges into a strange, barren landscape. He finds a path and begins to follow it. In the distance he can see a building - a castle looms up before him.
Part 9: Jack knocks on the door of the castle. It is answered by an enormous woman - a giant! She wishes Jack no harm, but then her husband returns - shouting 'Fee-fi-fo-fum' - and Jack must hide.
Part 10: The giant has an enormous meal and then calls for his money before falling asleep. His wife explains to Jack that the money is stolen, so Jack takes the bag of silver coins and makes his way back down the beanstalk.
Part 11: Jack is at home again and everyone is happy: there is plenty of money for the villagers and enough food to eat. But the money begins to run out and Jack returns to the castle, where he sees a radiant, golden hen.
Part 12: Jack watches from his hiding place as the hen lays a golden egg. Just like the silver coins, the hen doesn't actually belong to the giant. So Jack puts the golden hen under his arm and climbs back down the beanstalk to his Ma.
Part 13: Once again all is well in the village. Jack gives out golden eggs and everyone has enough to eat again. But one day the golden hen is stolen by a gang of thieves...so Jack returns to the castle for a third time.
Part 14: Jack comes out of his hiding place and goes to take the harp. But the harp begins to speak - calling out to the giant. Then Jack races down the beanstalk chased by the giant. Will he be able to make it to the bottom?