Laura Ingalls Wilder's true story of girlhood in the bigwoods of Wisconsin. Read by Carolyn Jones in five parts.
1: One night, Laura's father picked her up out of bed and carried her to the window so she could see the wolves. There were two of them howling but they could not get in. Abridged by Michael Butt
Two-part drama based on the novel by children's writer Geoffrey Trease. 1: The Project
After a school trip to the caves under Nottingham Castle, Sheila and her friends explore the caves used by her father's employer to store his stocks of wine....
Dramatised by Colin Davis
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