Radio dramatisation of the classic children’s story, Rumplestiltskin. An adaptation of the folk tale collected by the Brother’s Grimm, about the imp that can spin straw into gold. read by Grace Bishop, Tom George and Stephen Critchlow. Suitable for all ages.
Help! I’m a Prisoner in a Toothpaste Factory! As Ronnie is brushing his teeth one morning, a message appears on the ribbon of toothpaste… A wild adventure written by John Antrobus and performed and recorded live by Wireless Theatre. Family friendly, suitable for children of all ages.
Barry The Dirty Habit Hobgoblin, short audiobook for children. Barry is a goblin with a very naughty habit… he can’t stop picking his nose! Can you help Barry? Written by Louisa Ashton and read by Ruth Calkin.
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