ETA Hoffmann's story dramatised in four parts. 1: Christmas Eve
When Mary's toys are threatened by the seven-headed Mouseking, the Nutcracker comes to her rescue. With
Tony Robinson as the Nutcracker, Edward De Souza as the clockmaker, and James Grout as the King.
Dramatised by Brian Sibley
Terry Pratchett 's Discworld novel, dramatised in six parts. With Martin Jarvis , John Wood , Melvyn Hayes ,
Stephen Thome and Helen Atkinson Wood.
4: "The Dewey system," reflected the librarian, picking a parasite from its fur, "has its fine points. But when you're setting out to look for a crucial stolen book within the multi-dimensional folds of L-space, what you really need is a ball of string." Dramatised by Michael Butt
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