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Jackanory

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
BBC One London

Jackanory

with Peter Gilmore
The Island of Adventure by ENID BLYTON
Today: Strange Discoveries
BBC One London

Jackanory

with Peter Gilmore
The Island of Adventure by ENID BLYTON
Today: A Secret Passage
BBC One London

Jackanory

with Peter Gilmore
The Island of Adventure by ENID BLYTON
Today: A Journey under the Sea
Illustrated by GAVIN ROWE
Adapted and directed by DAPHNE JONES Executive producer ANNA HOME
BBC One London

Jackanory

with Peter Gilmore
The Island of Adventure by ENID BLYTON
Today: Lost in the mines
BBC One London

JACKANORY

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.
Today:
PART 1: ' A piece of glass worth a king's ransom'
BBC One London

Jackanory

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'
BBC One London

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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
BBC One London

JACKANORY

with Vivian Pickles
Jane's adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
PART 2: ' They nearly die of thirst'
BBC One London

Jackanory Request Week

With VIVIAN PICKLES
Jane's Adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
2: They nearly die of thirst
BBC One London

JACKANORY

with Vivian Pickles
Jane's adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
PART 5: ' The Last Explosion '
Voices:
VICKY MADDERN , HEATHER SEYMOUR
Pictures by PAUL WRIGHT
Adapted and directed by MARILYN Fox
Series producer, ANNA HOME
BBC One London

JACKANORY

with Vivian Pickles
Jane's adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
PART 4: ' Mr Tulip '
BBC One London

JACKANORY

with Vivian Pickles
Jane's adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
PART 3: ' Outnumbered, outarmed, but British!'
BBC One London

Jackanory Request Week

With VIVIAN PICKLES
Jane's Adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY 5 : The Last Explosion Voices:
VICKY MADDERN
HEATHER SEYMOUR
PETER BILLINGSLEY
MIRIAM MARGOLYES
GARY WATSON , GABRIEL WOOLF
Pictures by PAUL WRIGHT Adapted and directed by MARILYN FOX
Series producer ANNA HOME
BBC One London

Jackanory Request Week

With VIVIAN PICKLES
Jane's Adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY 4: Mr Tulip
BBC One London

Jackanory Request Week

With VIVIAN PICKLES
Jane's Adventures on the Island of Peeg by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY
3: Outnumbered, outarmed, but British!






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