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Delight in a collection of children's animal stories performed by our favourite celebrities. From a fantastic edition of The Three Little Pigs, read by the brilliant comedian, writer and actor Rik Mayall, to the incredibly captivating Look, Listen and Learn (With the Animals) told by the renown Bill Oddie, and many, many more... This collection includes: Three Little Pigs (Rik Mayall); Look, Listen and Learn With the Animals, Spikey and Spiney and Prickly (Bill Oddie); The Hare and the Tortoise (Bobby Davro); Wild Animals to the Rescue (Terry Nutkins); Creep Little Mouse (Dame Judy Dench); Get Me Out of the Jungle Book (David Van Day); The Farmers in His Den (Julia McKenzie); Goldilocks and The Three Bears (Phillip Schofield); Marvin the Pussycat (Mungo Jerry); Baa Baa Black Sheep (Sarah Greene); I Went Out to a Farm One Day (Robert Howes); Beepo Bear (Anita Harris); When the Red Red Robin (Simon Firth); Sooty and Co in the Rainforest (Richard Cadell); The Story Of The Squirrel of Wirral, A Polar Bear Called Pete, The Story Of Belling The Cat, Gerald The Giraffe and The Story Of The Ugly Duckling (Brenda & Robin Markwell).Show more
Terry Nutkins narrates the funny and thought provoking Really Wild Animal Stories! He sheds some light on the detremental effects of human activity in The Enviroment Under Threat, and clarifies the importance of respect towards mother earth in Wild Animals to the Rescue.Show more
Delight in a collection of famous children's stories performed by our favourite celebrities. From a fantastic edition of Beauty and The Beast, read by the brilliant comedian, writer and actor Rik Mayall, to an awe inspiring and captivating retelling of Sleeping Beauty by the renown Lenny Henry, and many, many more... This collection includes: Aladdin, Beauty and The Beast, Sinbad the Sailor, The Gingerbread Man, Three Little Pigs (Rik Mayall) Hansel and Gretel, The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland, Rapunzel, Rumpelstiltskin, The Hare and the Tortoise (Bobby Davro) Sleeping Beauty, Emperors New Clothes, Ugly Duckling (Lenny Henry) Get Me Out Of The Jungle Book (David Van Day) Goldilocks and The Three Bears, Jack and the Beanstalk, Safety First at Home and Play, Safety First at Home and Play (Phillip Schofield) Cinderella, Beepo Bear (Anita Harris) The Princess and the Pea, Princess Ballett Slippers, The Girl Who Lived in a Glass Castle, The Princess Who Never Laughed (Emma Forbes) Puss in Boots (Tony Robinson) Billy Goats Gruff, Snow White (Andy Crane) The Pirate, The Parrot, & The Genie & The "Magic Way" Explained, Beat The Parrot, Multi Tablo, The Parrot Does It, Tables Rap (Stephen Fry) Joseph and His Coat of Many Colours, David and Goliath, The Good Samaritan, The Prodical Son (Alan Titchmarsh) Space- Episode One, Space Episode Two (Patrick Moore) Reginald J Wolf Wins the Race Against Time, Summer Time At Bigley-On-Sea (Bill Oddie) Roger And The Rotten Trolls (Colin Baker) Wild Animals to the Rescue, The Environment Under Threat (Terry Nutkins)Show more
Delight in this vocal performance by Terry Nutkins, chronicling the ficticious escapades of King Wantalot as he discovers the beauty of nature, befriends animals, and achieves a newfound respect for mother earth. The late Terry Nutkins was an English naturalist, television presenter and author, best known for his appearances in various UK children's programmes including Animal Magic, The Really Wild Show, Brilliant Creatures and Growing Up Wild.Show more
A BBC Radio 4 documentary all about Johnny Morris of BBC TV's 'Animal Magic' fame, a household name and character who created charming, comic voices for the creatures in the show.'Not Just Funny Animal Voices' presenter Terry Nutkins, (Johnny's TV side-kick, mentor and close friend until Johnny's death in 1999), explores Johnny's life and work, and explains that what made him unique was not just 'Animal Magic', but a colourful life and broadcasting career stretching back to 1946.One major event in Johnny's life, was when the show ended in 1983. For the first time the man who axed that programme, former head of the BBC Natural History Unit, John Sparks, speaks about making that decision and how he broke the news to Johnny.Also featuring interviews Desmond Hawkins (founder of the Natural History Unit), who discovered Johnny in a pub; BBC producer Tony Soper who describes the tension between them as he wanted to make 'straight nat-hist' films and wasn't keen on Johnny's anthropomorphic approach; and Mirielle Farrow, a close friend of Johnny's who discusses his marriage to a much older woman and why he had a passion for cats. Last broadcast 18 February 2011 and produced by Karen Gregor.Show more