|AR||01||The Girl Who Fell||20071112||20090830|
Nick Hennessey tells the creation story from the Karelian epic The Kalevala.
Nick Hennessey tells the creation story from the Karelian epic The Kalevala, an ancient myth from the Finno-Ugric people of the Baltic.
It starts at the very beginning, with the ocean and the wind.
|AR||02||Lord Shiva And The Death Boon||20071113||20090906|
Peter Chand tells his version of a story from the Punjab, via Wolverhampton.
A Watershed Partnership production for BBC Radio 4.
|AR||03||Baucis And Philemon||20071114||20090913|
Daniel Morden tells one of Ovid's timeless tales, illustrating the power of enduring love.
Daniel Morden tells one of Ovid's timeless tales of transformation, drawing on classical mythology to illustrate the power of enduring love.
|AR||04||The Glamoury Ointment *||20071115||20090920|
Hugh Lupton tells a story from English folklore featuring the powerful magic of the fair.
|AR||05 LAST||Tortoise And Hare||20071116|
Jan Blake tells a tale from Ghana which serves as an uncompromising warning to those who refuse to hear what their ears are telling them.