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BBC One London

The Circus of Adventure

by ENID BLYTON
Told by Joanna Monro for Jackanory
A strange foreign guest, midnight adventures, a castle with secret passages and a travelling circus - holidays are never dull for Philip,
Dinah, Jack, Lucy-Ann - and, of course, Kiki the parrot. Today: Home from School
BBC One London

The Circus of Adventure

by ENID BLYTON
Told by Joanna Monro for Jackanory
Today: Jack is on His Own
BBC One London

The Circus of Adventure

by ENID BLYTON
Told by Joanna Monro for Jackanory
Today: A Daring Plan
BBC One London

The Circus of Adventure

by ENID BLYTON
Told by Joanna Monro for Jackanory. Today:
To Borken Castle Again! Illustrations BARRY WILKINSON Designer CHRIS SEAGERS
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Adapted and directed by CHRISTINE SECOMBE
BBC One London

The Circus of Adventure

by ENID BLYTON
Told by Joanna Monro for Jackanory
Today: Happenings in the Night
BBC One London

Jackanory

Larry Parker tells Clown Stories
' Roll up, roll up, to the greatest show on earth!'
Every.circus has a clown, and this week Larry Parker , with the patched coat, baggy trousers and enormous boots, tells of his adventures as a travelling clown.
Today: The Gloves
BBC One London

JACKANORY

with Gordon Gostelow
The Adventures of the Little Wooden Horse by URSULA MORAY WILLIAMS
Today: 'The Little Wooden Horse joins a Circus '
BBC One London

Jackanory Request Week

with GORDON GOSTELOW The Adventures of the Little Wooden Horse by URSULA MORAY WILLIAMS
Today: The Little Wooden Horse joins a Circus
BBC One London

Jackanory Request Week

Another story viewers have voted to see again with Larry Parker Clown Stories
'Roll up, roll up, to the greatest show on earth! ' Every circus has a clown, and this week LARRY PARKER , with the patched coat, baggy trousers, and enormous boots, tells of his adventures as a travelling clown.
Today: The Gloves






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