When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

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Rosemary Leach reads the best-selling book býJudith Kerr. 6: The children's grandmother has come to stay while Papa is in Paris. Anna hears talk of the dreadful things that are happening in Germany. Abridged in ten parts by Elizabeth Bradbury. Producer Peter Hutchings

Originally broadcast on Radio 5

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Unknown: Rosemary Leach

Unknown: Judith Kerr.

Unknown: Elizabeth Bradbury.

Producer: Peter Hutchings

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by Judith Kerr. 7: At Basle railway station a porter tries to put Papa and the two children on a train to Germany. For details see yesterday

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Unknown: Judith Kerr.

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by Judith Kerr. 9: Max is having a hard time at his school but Anna loves hers. For details see Monday

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Unknown: Judith Kerr.

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Rosemary Leach reads the final part of the best-selling book by Judith Kerr. Anna's mother has decided that she and Papa will go to England. For details see Monday

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Unknown: Rosemary Leach

Book By: Judith Kerr.

0120171002 (BBC7)

"Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin in 1933. Anna's father has flu.

Judith Kerr's classic novel for children set in Berlin in 1933, as Adolf Hitler's election campaign is underway. Read by Rosemary Leach.

First published in 1971, Judith's semi-autobiographical story tells the story of nine year-old Jewish girl Anna and her family's attempt to escape from the Nazis - passing through Switzerland and France - before arriving in England in 1936.

Judith wrote it for her son to explain her own story of her family fleeing Nazi Germany. Her father was a drama critic and a distinguished writer whose books were burned by the Nazis.

Kerr found herself a fairly willing refugee, seeing her long travels as a great adventure. A view her parents went to great pains to confirm, often hiding their own personal and professional privations and struggles from their young children.

Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury and produced by Peter Hutchings.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991.

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0120110208 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin in 1933.

Anna's famous father has flu.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's father has flu.

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Judith Kerr's classic novel for children set in Berlin in 1933, as Adolf Hitler's election campaign is underway. Read by Rosemary Leach.

First published in 1971, Judith's semi-autobiographical story tells the story of nine year-old Jewish girl Anna and her family's attempt to escape from the Nazis - passing through Switzerland and France - before arriving in England in 1936.

Judith wrote it for her son to explain her own story of her family fleeing Nazi Germany. Her father was a drama critic and a distinguished writer whose books were burned by the Nazis.

Kerr found herself a fairly willing refugee, seeing her long travels as a great adventure. A view her parents went to great pains to confirm, often hiding their own personal and professional privations and struggles from their young children.

Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury and produced by Peter Hutchings.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin in 1933. Anna's father has flu.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin in 1933.

Anna's famous father has flu.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's father has flu.

0120171002 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin in 1933. Anna's father has flu.

Judith Kerr's classic novel for children set in Berlin in 1933, as Adolf Hitler's election campaign is underway. Read by Rosemary Leach.

First published in 1971, Judith's semi-autobiographical story tells the story of nine year-old Jewish girl Anna and her family's attempt to escape from the Nazis - passing through Switzerland and France - before arriving in England in 1936.

Judith wrote it for her son to explain her own story of her family fleeing Nazi Germany. Her father was a drama critic and a distinguished writer whose books were burned by the Nazis.

Kerr found herself a fairly willing refugee, seeing her long travels as a great adventure. A view her parents went to great pains to confirm, often hiding their own personal and professional privations and struggles from their young children.

Abridged by Elizabeth Bradbury and produced by Peter Hutchings.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 5 in 1991.

0120110208 (BBC7)
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Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin in 1933. Anna's father has flu.

0220171003 (BBC7)

"As elections loom, Anna's father disappears."

0220110208 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin.

As elections loom Anna's father disappears.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's father disappears.

0220110208 (BBC7)
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As elections loom, Anna's father disappears.

0220171003 (BBC7)

As elections loom, Anna's father disappears.

0220110208 (BBC7)
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Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin. As elections loom, Anna's father disappears. Read by Rosemary Leach.

As elections loom, Anna's father disappears.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story set in Berlin.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's father disappears.

0320110209 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Tension mounts as Anna and her family leave Berlin.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna and her family leave Berlin.

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Tension mounts as Anna and her family leave Berlin. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story, read by Rosemary Leach.

Tension mounts as Anna and her family leave Berlin.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna and her family leave Berlin.

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20150205 (BBC7)

Tension mounts as Anna and her family leave Berlin.

0320171004 (BBC7)

Tension mounts as Anna and her family leave Berlin.

0420110209 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Anna and her family become refugees in Zurich.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

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Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Anna and her family become refugees in Zurich.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Anna and her family become refugees in Zurich. Read by Rosemary Leach.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Anna and her family become refugees in Zurich.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

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"Unable to get published in Zurich, Papa travels to Paris.

Unable to get published in Zurich, Papa travels to Paris. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Read by Rosemary Leach.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Papa travels to Paris."

0520110210 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Unable to get published in Zurich, Papa travels to Paris.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Papa travels to Paris.

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Unable to get published in Zurich, Papa travels to Paris.

Unable to get published in Zurich, Papa travels to Paris. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Read by Rosemary Leach.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Papa travels to Paris.

0620110210 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

In order to be published, Anna's father transfers to Paris.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's father moves to Paris to be published.

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In order to be published, Anna's father transfers to Paris.

In order to be published, Anna's father transfers to Paris. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Read by Rosemary Leach.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's father moves to Paris to be published.

0720110211 (BBC7)

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Having fled Germany, Anna and her family settle in Paris.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna and her family settle in Paris.

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Having fled Germany, Anna and her family settle in Paris.

Having fled Germany, Anna and her family settle in Paris. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Read by Rosemary Leach.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna and her family settle in Paris.

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Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

The children settle in Paris, but begin to miss Berlin.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

The children settle in Paris, but miss Berlin.

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The children settle in Paris, but begin to miss Berlin. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Read by Rosemary Leach.

The children settle in Paris, but begin to miss Berlin.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

The children settle in Paris, but miss Berlin.

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Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

In Paris, Anna's family is affected by The Depression.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's family is affected by The Depression.

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In Paris, Anna's family is affected by the Depression. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Read by Rosemary Leach.

Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

In Paris, Anna's family is affected by The Depression.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

Anna's family is affected by The Depression.

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In Paris, Anna's family is affected by the Depression.

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The family have sad news from Berlin but hope from England. Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story. Read by Rosemary Leach.

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The family have sad news from Berlin but hope from England.

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Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

The family have sad news from Berlin but hope from England.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

The family have sad news from Berlin.

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Judith Kerr's semi-autobiographical story.

The family have sad news from Berlin but hope from England.

Read by Rosemary Leach.

The family have sad news from Berlin.