The Interstellar Optic Smeller Radiographic Alien Teller

Marly lived on a farm, with some pigs, a couple cows and lots of chickens, there’s always room for chickens. What there wasn’t room for was the space ship she was trying to hide behind the barn when the corn was high, in the silo when the wheat was low and under the bales of hay when the cows weren’t hungry.

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Hosted by Nanny Bea in a cosy cottage she calls Dave with two squirrels, one kitten and hens that she can hypnotise.  Nanny Bea likes nothing more than storytelling, except maybe rich tea biscuits (which are far from rich and taste nothing of tea). Crammed full of professional character voices to engage, inspire and occupy young minds (4-9 in human years) with stories and banter written to uphold values such as kindness and respect, oh and silliness, lots and lots of silliness.

Weekly episodes last about 10-20 minutes, we pretend that is to give you variety and not because we lack the self control to do other wise.

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  • The Interstellar Optic Smeller Radiographic Alien Teller

    Marly lived on a farm, with some pigs, a couple cows and lots of chickens, there’s always room for chickens. What there wasn’t room for was the space ship she was trying to hide behind the barn when the corn was high, in the silo when the wheat was low and under the bales of hay when the cows weren’t hungry.

  • There’s Snow School Today

    When a snowball the size of the moon falls from the sky, school goes virtual and Seb is bored until a visitor arrives and changes everything.

  • The Truth Fairy

    Career crisis for a prospective Tooth Fairy. Will Penelope find her destiny in the mouths of babes?

  • Peter and his Pickled Peppers

    Why did Peter, a piper by trade, go out and pick those pickled peppers? That’s where the story begins.

  • Twas the Night Before Christmas

    The well loved poem with some special visitors to wish you all a Happy, Merry, Jolly Christmas wherever you are and however you spend it.

  • The Nativity Story

    The story of the baby born to save the world. Please feel free to use this in your own Nativity.

  • The Nutcracker on Christmas Eve

    ust before midnight on Christmas Eve the toys come alive, lead by the fearless Nutcracker against the Mouse King and his army. Coming next week...The Nativity Story!

  • The Velveteen Rabbit

    The classic tale of a little Rabbit stuffed with saw dust wants nothing more than to become Real.

  • Tilly the Travelling Turkey

    Just as the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade is setting up, Tilly the Turkey makes her escape all the way to Plymouth for a feast that would make the Pilgrim Fathers proud.

  • Lighthouses, Levers and Lasers

    A mysterious visitor comes to class which turns into a circus and a city and a salty seaside, all in search of an answer. Where did the mobile phone come from?

  • Planet Zid v Planet Zod

    A young boy named Dibit from planet Zid faces off the giant Grug from Planet Zod with nothing but a sling shot.  A familiar story but with flying aliens, feathered sheep and an extra pair of arms.

  • The Wind in the Willows – The Riverbank 1

    Mole ventures up from underground to find life at its fullest particularly when he meets his new friends Ratty and the river. The first story from the classic tale.

  • Dr Frankenbeans and His Mashup

    Dr Frankenbeans is busy in his laboratory working on what some call an abomination, but he considers a masterpiece that will change the world forever! (well, change mealtimes...occasionally)

  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – Part 2

    We continue along the yellow brick road with Dorothy and her friends when they finally meet the Great and Powerful Oz, but is he a whiz of a wiz, if ever a wiz there was? (Part 2 of 2)

  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – Part 1

    There's no place like home and the Land of Oz proves that. This story is so big it requires two episodes. The concluding episode will be available next week.

  • The Knitted Boy

    This boy’s story starts with the king, as do the stories of all the other boys and girls, birds and bees, buds and trees. You see this king created the kingdom, with his own hands. He is not one of those a jack of all trades, no, he’s a master of everyone.

  • Gordon Fox and the Three Hares

    One windy winter’s day Gordon Fox stopped at the motorway services for some Doritos and a Diet Coke when off in the distance he saw not one, not two but three hares in matching leather coats.

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