The Little Toe Radio Show

Episodes

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20060707 (BBC7)

Friday's visit to Little Toe is presented by Kirsten O'Brien.

We catch up with EW who's been naughty by telling lies in Wiggly Park read by Andrew Sachs.

Alan Bennett reads the final part of The Wind in the Willows, and in our short story from The Dribblesome Teapots we meet a very thrifty queen in The Queen Who Economised by Norman Hunter and read by Anton Rodgers.

We join William who has been befriended by a genie in A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind, read by Marcella Riordan.

It's the last part of The Smallest Girl Ever by Sally Gardner and read by Julie Wilson Nimmo.

20060707 (BBC7)

Friday's visit to Little Toe is presented by Kirsten O'Brien.

We catch up with EW who's been naughty by telling lies in Wiggly Park read by Andrew Sachs.

Alan Bennett reads the final part of The Wind in the Willows, and in our short story from The Dribblesome Teapots we meet a very thrifty queen in The Queen Who Economised by Norman Hunter and read by Anton Rodgers.

We join William who has been befriended by a genie in A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind, read by Marcella Riordan.

It's the last part of The Smallest Girl Ever by Sally Gardner and read by Julie Wilson Nimmo.

20060706 (BBC7)

Kirsten O'Brien presents today's exciting programme.

First stop is Wiggly Park, written by Keith Faulkner.

Then it's over to meet Mole and his friends in the next episode of The Wind in the Willows which is written by Kenneth Grahame.

There's A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind where we hear more from Mustapha the Genie in the story written by Anne Fine.

Plus there's music to wiggle your toes to, and we listen to episode four of The Smallest Girl Ever written by Sally Gardner and read by Julie Wilson Nimmo.

20060706 (BBC7)

Kirsten O'Brien presents today's exciting programme.

First stop is Wiggly Park, written by Keith Faulkner.

Then it's over to meet Mole and his friends in the next episode of The Wind in the Willows which is written by Kenneth Grahame.

There's A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind where we hear more from Mustapha the Genie in the story written by Anne Fine.

Plus there's music to wiggle your toes to, and we listen to episode four of The Smallest Girl Ever written by Sally Gardner and read by Julie Wilson Nimmo.

20060705 (BBC7)

Today's Little Toe Show is presented by Kirsten O'Brien; join her for the daily visit to Wiggly Park read by Andrew Sachs.

Next it's down to the riverside for The Wind in the Willows, read by Alan Bennett.

It's the grand finale of The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle which is written by David Elliot.

There's also music to keep you wiggling along the way, and A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind by Anne Fine.

Julie Wilson Nimmo reads part three of The Smallest Girl Ever.

20060705 (BBC7)

Today's Little Toe Show is presented by Kirsten O'Brien; join her for the daily visit to Wiggly Park read by Andrew Sachs.

Next it's down to the riverside for The Wind in the Willows, read by Alan Bennett.

It's the grand finale of The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle which is written by David Elliot.

There's also music to keep you wiggling along the way, and A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind by Anne Fine.

Julie Wilson Nimmo reads part three of The Smallest Girl Ever.

20060704 (BBC7)

Kirsten O'Brien presents Tuesday's Little Toe Show and she's joined by EW and friends in Wiggly Park, written by Keith Faulkner.

There's the next part of The Wind in the Willows which is written by Kenneth Grahame and read by Alan Bennett.

Don't miss The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle read by Alex Kew or part two of A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind written by Anne Fine.

Keep wiggling to the second part of The Smallest Girl Ever which is written by Sally Gardner.

20060704 (BBC7)

Kirsten O'Brien presents Tuesday's Little Toe Show and she's joined by EW and friends in Wiggly Park, written by Keith Faulkner.

There's the next part of The Wind in the Willows which is written by Kenneth Grahame and read by Alan Bennett.

Don't miss The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle read by Alex Kew or part two of A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind written by Anne Fine.

Keep wiggling to the second part of The Smallest Girl Ever which is written by Sally Gardner.

20060703 (BBC7)

Kirsten O'Brien wiggles her toes when Andrew Sachs reads Wiggly Park.

We return to the riverbank for The Wind in the Willows, read by Alan Bennett.

There's the fourth episode of The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle, about a young boy who begins to turn into a bug!

There's also another new story called A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind written by Anne Fine and read by Marcella Riordan, and we meet Ruby in the first episode of The Smallest Girl Ever by Sally Gardner.

20060703 (BBC7)

Kirsten O'Brien wiggles her toes when Andrew Sachs reads Wiggly Park.

We return to the riverbank for The Wind in the Willows, read by Alan Bennett.

There's the fourth episode of The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle, about a young boy who begins to turn into a bug!

There's also another new story called A Sudden Swirl of Icy Wind written by Anne Fine and read by Marcella Riordan, and we meet Ruby in the first episode of The Smallest Girl Ever by Sally Gardner.

20060702 (BBC7)

Join Kevin Duala for another exciting Little Toe Show.

Don't miss The Adventures of PG Woodlouse, written and performed by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

We begin two new stories; first off is The Railway Children written by E.

Nesbit, followed by Manon Edwards reading The Black Horn by Clare Cooper.

20060702 (BBC7)

Join Kevin Duala for another exciting Little Toe Show.

Don't miss The Adventures of PG Woodlouse, written and performed by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

We begin two new stories; first off is The Railway Children written by E.

Nesbit, followed by Manon Edwards reading The Black Horn by Clare Cooper.

20060701 (BBC7)

Kevin Duala presents this Saturday's Little Toe.

We catch up with those creatures underneath the floorboards, in The Adventures of PG Woodlouse, written and performed by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

There's more from Mowgli and friends in the third part of The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.

All this and The Twitches written by Roy Apps.

20060701 (BBC7)

Kevin Duala presents this Saturday's Little Toe.

We catch up with those creatures underneath the floorboards, in The Adventures of PG Woodlouse, written and performed by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

There's more from Mowgli and friends in the third part of The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.

All this and The Twitches written by Roy Apps.