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Join David McFetridge for Saturday's Little Toe Show to hear a three part story about a vegetarian, saxophone playing giant.

The story is called Giant Jim and the Hurricane and is written by Jeremy Strong and read by George Potts.

Jonathan Howard Reads the next episode of Fiddlesticks by Alan Fraser.

Join Sesame Street's Big Bird for a sing along and listen to the first episode of The Dribblesome Teapots called The Secret of Squelchways by Norman Hunter.

All that plus poetry by Ian Mcmillan to keep those toes wiggling.

David McFetridge presents today's Little Toe, where first it's a visit to Wiggly Park.

Next is the third part of The Dribblesome Teapots, The Dragon who Cheated, read by Anton Rodgers.

It's the last part of Jeremy Brown of the Secret Service written by Simon Cheshire.

It's also the final part of Vlad the Drac which is read by Anthony Daniels.

Sadly, it's the last part of Kensuke's Kingdom too, written by Michael Morpurgo.

Wiggle today with presenter David McFetridge who is joined by EW and friends in Wiggly Park.

There's part two of The Dribblesome Teapots called The Dragon who Cheated, written by Norman Hunter.

Tom George reads part four of Jeremy Brown of the Secret Service.

There's also episode four of Vlad the Drac written by Ann Jungman.

Today's final story is part four of Kensuke's Kingdom written by Michael Morpurgo.

Don't forget there's music too!

David McFetridge presents Little Toe, which kicks off with a visit to Wiggly Park, written by Keith Faulkner.

Listen out for a new story from The Dribblesome Teapots, called The Dragon Who Cheated, which is read by Anton Rodgers.

It's the final part of Septimouse the Big Cheese, written by Ann Jungman.

Catch up with the Secret Service agent in episode three of Jeremy Brown of the Secret Service.

Meet up with the vegetarian vampire once more, in episode three of Vlad The Drac, read by Anthony Daniels.

The final story of the day is episode three of Kensuke's Kingdom, which is read by Tom George.

Wiggle your toes, it's the Little Toe Show with David McFetridge.

Andrew Sachs reads another part of Wiggly Park and we catch up with Septimouse in the Big Cheese story, read by George Potts.

Find out what happens to Jeremy, in the second part of Jeremy Brown of the Secret Service, read by Tom George and listen out for the second part of Vlad the Drac, by Ann Jungman.

Poor Michael! If you want to know how he's doing, catch part two of Kensuke's Kingdom, written by Michael Morpurgo.

Jeremy Brown of the Secret Service, written by Simon Cheshire and the first episode of Vlad the Drac, read by Anthony Daniels.

Tom George reads the first part of Kensuke's Kingdom and there's also some music to keep your toes moving.

Kevin Duala presents Sunday's Little Toe Show, with The Adventures of PG Woodlouse, performed and written by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

Listen to another two episodes of Pure Dead Magic, by Debi Gliori, and catch up with Stef and Anna in the second part of Fiddlesticks, by Alan Fraser.

Hear what happens to the silly Kings and Queens, in part two of The Dribblesome Teapots, read by Anton Rodgers.

Kirsten O'brien presents a jam-packed show.

Buzz gets stuck in a spider's web in Wiggly Park and plans for the cheese factory unfold in Septimouse Big Cheese, by Ann Jungman.

The Quigleys go on a summer holiday to France in The Quigleys at Large, by Simon Mason; and there is trouble at the royal court in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll.

We also have the final episode of Ballet Shoes, by Noel Streatfeild.

It's Thursday on Little Toe and Kirsten O'brien is here to introduce all your favourite stories.

Wiggly Park is filled with the sound of music and we hear the next instalment of Septimouse Big Cheese read by George Potts.

In The Quigleys at Large read by Kate Harbour the family visit the school fete where things don't go quite to plan.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland continue as Alan Bennett reads on and things are getting very exciting for the Fossil sisters in Ballet Shoes read by Harriet Walter.

It's a fun packed Wednesday on Little Toe with Kirsten O'brien.

E W decides all the garden creatures should get fit in Wiggly Park and we hear more from Septimouse and friends in Septimouse Big Cheese by Ann Jungman.

Will and his friend Tim Peachy are in big trouble in the next episode of The Quigleys At Large by Simon Mason and Alice goes to the Hatter's Tea Party in today's episode of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

We'll also be catching up with Pauline and Petrova as their showbusiness careers really start to take off in Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild.

Kirsten O'brien presents Tuesday's Little Toe where we will be hearing from EW and Friends in Wiggly Park and Septimouse hosts a grand cheese-tasting party in Septimouse Supermouse by Ann Jungman.

The Quigleys are causing trouble again in The Quigleys At Large read by Kate Harbour, Alan Bennett reads another episode of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and there's more from the Fossil sisters in Ballet Shoes read by Harriet Walter.

It's an exciting Monday on Little Toe with Kirsten O'brien.

We take a trip to Wiggly Park and then George Potts will reveal how Septimouse the Supermouse and friends are getting on with their cheese factory and The Quigley family are back in The Quigleys at Large, a brand new story written by Simon Mason.

A girl called Alice begins her incredible adventures in the classic story Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll and we find out how Pauline got on in her auditions in the next instalment of Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild.

On Sunday's Little Toe Show with Kevin Duala it's Christmas Day for P G Woodlouse and friends in The Adventures of P G Woodlouse by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

We begin an exciting new story, Pure Dead Magic by Debi Gliori set in a magical castle and we hear the final part of The Black Horn read by Manon Edwards.

Kevin Duala presents Saturday's Little Toe and we hear from P G Woodlouse and his new friend the spider in a new story by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

There's a chance to hear the final part of our classic story The Railway Children by E Nesbit and we're off to Wales again to see how Simon is getting on in the next episode of The Black Horn by Clare Cooper.

Friday's visit to Little Toe is presented by Kevin Duala.

There's a storm brewing for EW and friends in Wiggly Park read by Andrew Sachs.

See how that magical mouse is in the next part of Septimouse Supermouse written by Ann Jungman.

Horrid Henry is up to more tricks in our story Horrid Henry Runs Away read by Sean Connolly.

Simon Mason reads today's episode of The Quigleys and there are auditions for Pauline in Noel Streatfeild's Ballet Shoes.

Join Kevin Duala for Thursday's Little Toe where we meet EW and friends in Keith Faulkner's Wiggly Park.

Catch up with that magical mouse Septimouse Supermouse read by George Potts.

Discover what happens to Horrid Henry in the next part of Francesca Simon's Horrid Henry and the Mummy's Curse.

There's also The Quigleys read by Kate Harbour and Ballet Shoes written by Noel Streatfeild.

Presenter Kevin Duala is wiggling his toes in Wednesday's Little Toe when Andrew Sachs reads today's Wiggly Park with EW and friends.

There's another adventure in Septimouse Supermouse by Ann Jungman.

Sean Connolly reads Horrid Henry's Swimming Lesson.

In Simon Mason's story about The Quigleys we find out all about Mum, and we see how the Fossil sisters are doing in the next part of Ballet Shoes read by Harriet Walter.

Our first stop on Tuesday's Little Toe presented by Kevin Duala takes us down to Wiggly Park read by Andrew Sachs.

We then visit a magical mouse in the next part of Septimouse Supermouse read by George Potts.

There are homework troubles for Henry in Francesca Simon's Horrid Henry's Homework Book.

Meet Lucy in the next part of The Quigleys read by Kate Harbour and Ballet Shoes written by Noel Streatfeild continues the story about life on stage.

It's a story packed Monday on Little Toe presented by Kevin Duala.

We hear more from EW and friends in Keith Faulkner's Wiggly Park.

Then we meet the star of a brand new story about a very special mouse, Septimouse Supermouse, written by Ann Jungman.

Horrid Henry makes an appearance in Horrid Henry's Hobby read by Sean Connolly.

There's also the first part of The Quigleys written by Simon Mason and Ballet Shoes read by Harriet Walter.

Join David McFetridge for Sunday's Little Toe.

There are more tales from the insects in The Adventures of PG Woodlouse written by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

Hear how Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis get on in the last part of E Nesbit's The Railway Children and Manon Edwards reads the next part of The Black Horn.

All this plus poems from Chris White and AA Milne!

David McFetridge presents Saturday's Little Toe.

We discover how to play Crounders in The Adventures of PG Woodlouse written and performed by Felicity Duncan and Jon Osbaldeston.

Listen to the next part of E Nesbit's The Railway Children and find out how Simon is settling in his new home in part two of The Black Horn by Clare Cooper.

It's a fun packed Wednesday on Little Toe with Kevin Duala.

EW is trying to get some sleep in Wiggly Park, and Horrid Henry and Moody Margaret aren't getting on very well in a new story by Francesca Simon.

The adventures continue for Emily, in The Tail of Emily Windsnapp, by Liz Kessler and there is another episode of Big George and the 7th Knight, by Eric Pringle; plus a visit to The House at Pooh Corner, read by Alan Bennett.

It's Thursday on Little Toe and Kevin Duala is here to introduce all your favourite stories.

Horrid Henry goes on holiday in a new story, read by Sean Connolly and Pooh decides to invent a new game in The House at Pooh Corner, read by Alan Bennett.

There are also new episodes of The Tail of Emily Windsnapp, by Liz Kessler, Wiggly Park and Big George and the 7th Knight, by Eric Pringle.

On Friday's Little Toe, Kevin Duala presents a show jam packed with stories and poems.

We will also be taking a visit to Wiggly Park, where Nifty takes to the air! We hear a new story by Joan Aiken, called There's Some Sky in This Pie and the next instalments in The Tail of Emily Windsnapp, by Liz Kessler and Big George and the 7th Knight, by Eric Pringle.

It's a bit of a blustery day at AA Milne's The House at Pooh Corner and Little Toe's Jez Edwards reads us a poem by Chris White about a Big Big Guinea Pig.

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.

Join Kevin Duala for another exciting Little Toe Show.

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

It's a special day for the twin witches in episode four of Twitches read by Nigel Greaves.

Listen to part four of The Jungle Book written by Rudyard Kipling.

A fun packed Little Toe with poetry and music too.

Presenter David McFetridge wiggles his toes when Andrew Sachs reads Wiggly Park.

We begin a new story, the first part of The Wind in the Willows read by Alan Bennett and Emily looks for her father in part six of the Tail of Emily Windsnap, by Liz Kessler.

There's also a new story called The Boy with the Magic Numbers which is read by Rodd Christensen.

David McFetridge presents Tuesday's Little Toe Show.

He's joined by EW and friends in Wiggly Park, written by Keith Faulkner.

There's poetry too plus the second part of The Wind in the Willows which is written by Kenneth Grahame.

Don't miss the final part of The Tail of Emily Windsnap read by Lucy Speed or the first part of A Sudden Puff of Glittering Smoke written by Anne Fine.

Keep wiggling to the second part of The Boy with the Magic Numbers which is written by Sally Gardner.

Today's Little Toe Show is presented by David McFetridge.

Join him for the daily visit to Wiggly Park, it's read by Andrew Sachs.

In episode three of The Wind in the Willows, Mole visits the Wild Wood to meet Badger.

It's read by Alan Bennett.

We start an exciting new story, The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle which is written by David Elliot.

There's also music to keep you wiggling as well as poetry written by AA Milne.

In the second part of A Sudden Puff of Glittering Smoke join Jeannie and her genie for more mayhem at school.

It's written by Anne Fine.

Rodd Christensen reads part three of The Boy with the Magic Numbers.

David McFetridge presents today's exciting programme.

First stop is Wiggly Park, written by Keith Faulkner.

Then it's over to the Wild Wood for episode four of The Wind in the Willows which is written by Kenneth Grahame.

There's something weird going on in part two of The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle, written by David Elliot.

Plus there's poetry by Chris White and Andrew Collett.

Episode seven of A Sudden Puff of Glittering Smoke is read by Marcella Riordan.

We also join Billy in The Boy with the Magic Numbers, written by Sally Gardner.

Friday's visit to Little Toe is presented by David McFetridge.

Things get a bit scary in Wiggly Park, read by Andrew Sachs.

Alan Bennett reads the 5th part of The Wind in the Willows, and we join Roscoe and the mysterious giant bugs in episode five of The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle, read by Alex Kew.

Its time for the last episode of A Sudden Puff of Glittering Smoke which is written by Anne Fine.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Kirsten O'brien presents today's exciting programme.

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.

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.

Kevin Duala presents Saturday's Little Toe as we hear from P G Woodlouse and two more episodes of Pure Dead Magic.

Plus there's music too, to keep those toes wiggling.