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A selection of sensational stories from BBC Radio 2's 500 Words written by YOU, and voiced by the brilliant BBC Radio Drama Company. If podcasts were not consistently "temporarily unavailable" this would be a great service. Story Time has lots of great stories for everyone to listen to.

Join Justin, Robert the Robot and the CBeebies Radio guests for sing-songs, party games and messy fun. Bedtime stories for kids from the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show 500 Words competition. hokix 02.11.2020 0 comment. In this episode Dick & Dom are putting together a giant marble run while they share more stories written by YOU. CBeebies: Go Jetters: Radio Recruits – Blackpool Tower, The Radio Recruits take on a mission from Ubercorn to find out all about Blackpool Tower. Find out more about 500 Words at bbc.co.uk/500Words. Bedtime stories for kids from the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show 500 Words competition. A selection of sensational stories from BBC Radio 2's 500 Words written by YOU, and voiced by the brilliant BBC Radio Drama Company.

Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. 500 Words’ Bedtime Stories A selection of sensational stories from BBC Radio 2's 500 Words written by YOU, and voiced by the brilliant BBC Radio Drama Company.

So whether it’s bed-time listening or some writing inspiration, sit back and let Dick & Dom take it away with the BBC Radio Drama Company reading 'The Spirit of the Globe','Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red', 'The London Underground', 'The Day London Stopped Working', 'Alone', and 'Toxin on the Tube'. Kari has invented a board game but is making up all the rules and Barry has to do forfeits like being made to quack like a duck and waddle up and down a hill. Eventually she sees the error of her ways and they create a game together where they both create the rules.We watch a couple of Treasure Champs make pizza for their friends and meet a whole school of Treasure Champs taking part in a sports day.Plus, storyteller Omar tells the Biblical story of a man named Zacchaeus. So whether it’s bed-time listening or some writing inspiration, sit back and let Dick and Dom take it away with the BBC Radio Drama Company reading 'The Boy Who Ate the Dictionary', 'PANTS! Richard Fleeshman reads Kangaroo's CanCan Cafe, a rhyming story set in the Australian outback and featuring an animal dance troupe, by Julia Jarman and Lynne Chapman. #CBeebiesRadio, CBeebies: Numberblocks Song – Counting Cars.

‎CBeebies Radio takes you to a world of sound and music, where you can share imaginative adventures and listen to stories with your favourite CBeebies friends and characters. Share the joy of children discovering and experiencing their special days with #CBeebiesRadio, Justin and Robert the Robot are throwing a spooktacular Halloween party, and you’re invited!Wiggle your bottom, shake and grin; because you’re invited to a party with Justin!

Perfect for a relaxing drive, an afternoon nap or a late night sleepy-time sendoff. 2009-04-13T17:50:00Z 1x25 Mr Bear to the Rescue Find out more about 500 Words at bbc.co.uk/500Words. See all episodes from 500 Words’ Bedtime Stories. Take the journey with them to find out why the tower was built and how it is used today.Go Jetters: Radio Recruits introduces little listeners to famous landmarks around the United Kingdom. 500 Words’ Bedtime Stories A selection of sensational stories from BBC Radio 2's 500 Words written by YOU, and voiced by the brilliant BBC Radio … ', 'Pumping Princess Pumpletoot', 'Period 3 with William Shakespeare'and 'Medusa's Makeover'. Everybody’s welcome here in Justin’s House! Also look out for Diddy Dick & Dom who swoop into help. Guided by their disco-loving mentor, Ubercorn, our Radio Recruits explore new places and discover ‘funky facts’! See all episodes from 500 Words’ Bedtime Stories.

Read about our approach to external linking. In her soothing and seductive voice, Parker Leventer narrates unabridged stories by classic authors such as Jack London, H. P. Lovecraft, Willa Cather, Edgar Allen Poe and Edith Wharton.

Today we’re celebrating Halloween with a spooktacular party, and you’re invited.