The Tales Of Beatrix Potter

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0120131223

Five of the famous and timeless tales are celebrated for Christmas.

Beatrix Potter's famous tales are celebrated this Christmas.

Her love of the British landscape and its inhabitants - coupled with her world famous ability for storytelling - means she has been one of the most celebrated children's authors of the last hundred years.

This suite of five of her tumultuous tales, including some of the lesser-known stories, brings comedic surprise, comfort and joy to the Christmas audience.

Their timeless wonders pit the delight and childlike innocence of the very human characters against the dark and dramatic ruthlessness of the food-chain-led underbelly of Cumbria's fields and hedgerows.

Adapted and Directed by Sean Grundy

Produced by Sally Harrison

A Woolyback production for BBC Radio 4.

02The Tale Of Peter Rabbit20131224

Five of the famous and timeless tales are celebrated for Christmas.

Beatrix Potter's famous tales are celebrated this Christmas.

Her love of the British landscape and its inhabitants - coupled with her world famous ability for storytelling - means she has been one of the most celebrated children's authors of the last hundred years.

This suite of five of her tumultuous tales, including some of the lesser-known stories, brings comedic surprise, comfort and joy to the Christmas audience.

Their timeless wonders pit the delight and childlike innocence of the very human characters against the dark and dramatic ruthlessness of the food-chain-led underbelly of Cumbria's fields and hedgerows.

Adapted and Directed by Sean Grundy

Produced by Sally Harrison

A Woolyback production for BBC Radio 4.

03The Tale Of Jemima Puddleduck20131225

Five of the famous and timeless tales are celebrated for Christmas.

Beatrix Potter's famous tales are celebrated this Christmas.

Her love of the British landscape and its inhabitants - coupled with her world famous ability for storytelling - means she has been one of the most celebrated children's authors of the last hundred years.

This suite of five of her tumultuous tales, including some of the lesser-known stories, brings comedic surprise, comfort and joy to the Christmas audience.

Their timeless wonders pit the delight and childlike innocence of the very human characters against the dark and dramatic ruthlessness of the food-chain-led underbelly of Cumbria's fields and hedgerows.

Adapted and Directed by Sean Grundy

Produced by Sally Harrison

A Woolyback production for BBC Radio 4.

04The Tale Of Mr Toad20131226

Five of the famous and timeless tales are celebrated for Christmas.

Beatrix Potter's famous tales are celebrated this Christmas.

Her love of the British landscape and its inhabitants - coupled with her world famous ability for storytelling - means she has been one of the most celebrated children's authors of the last hundred years.

This suite of five of her tumultuous tales, including some of the lesser-known stories, brings comedic surprise, comfort and joy to the Christmas audience.

Their timeless wonders pit the delight and childlike innocence of the very human characters against the dark and dramatic ruthlessness of the food-chain-led underbelly of Cumbria's fields and hedgerows.

Adapted and Directed by Sean Grundy

Produced by Sally Harrison

A Woolyback production for BBC Radio 4.

05 LASTThe Tale Of Ginger And Pickles20131227

Five of the famous and timeless tales are celebrated for Christmas.

Beatrix Potter's famous tales are celebrated this Christmas.

Her love of the British landscape and its inhabitants - coupled with her world famous ability for storytelling - means she has been one of the most celebrated children's authors of the last hundred years.

This suite of five of her tumultuous tales, including some of the lesser-known stories, brings comedic surprise, comfort and joy to the Christmas audience.

Their timeless wonders pit the delight and childlike innocence of the very human characters against the dark and dramatic ruthlessness of the food-chain-led underbelly of Cumbria's fields and hedgerows.

Adapted and Directed by Sean Grundy

Produced by Sally Harrison

A Woolyback production for BBC Radio 4.