with Peter Gilmore
The Island of Adventure by ENID BLYTON
When Jack and Lucy-Ann - and Kiki the parrot - stayed with Philip and Dinah, they expected a quiet holiday. But instead they found themselves involved in mystery and intrigue - a servant who behaved strangely, lights signalling at night, and an island with underground- passages. Today:
A Glimpse of the Isle of Gloom
with Gilbert Wynne
The Witch's Daughter by NINA BAWDEN
This story is set on a lonely island off the west coast of Scotland. Tim Hoggart and his blind sister Janey visit the island. They meet Perdita, the ' witch's daughter,' and soon all three children are involved in an exciting and dangerous adventure.
PART 1: ' A piece of glass worth a king's ransom'
with Vivian Pickles
Jane's adventures on the Island of Peeg by Jonathan Gathorne-Hardy
Jane and her best friend Jemima found themselves marooned on an island liable to sink any minute. And if you think islands don't sink - well, they don't normally float either. However the Island of Peeg was floating ... but where. And why?
Part 1: 'The First Explosion'
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Jane's Adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
Jane and her best friend Jemima found themselves marooned on an island liable to sink any minute. And if you think islands don'sink - well they don'normally float either. However the Island of Peeg was floating ... but where? And why? 1: The First Explosion
with Vivian Pickles
Jane's adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
PART 5: ' The Last Explosion '
VICKY MADDERN , HEATHER SEYMOUR
Pictures by PAUL WRIGHT
Adapted and directed by MARILYN Fox
Series producer, ANNA HOME
With VIVIAN PICKLES
Jane's Adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY 5 : The Last Explosion Voices:
GARY WATSON , GABRIEL WOOLF
Pictures by PAUL WRIGHT Adapted and directed by MARILYN FOX
Series producer ANNA HOME
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