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Written by Kenneth Stevens and narrated by The Story Time Team
More great bedtime stories
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Kellie ColleenNora goes on a scientific expedition to see some narwhals
Written and narrated by Nicole EsquinoFiona’s Friday is filled with magical surprises. She’s nervous and excited, but she knows today is going to be an interesting day. 🐰🐇
Written and narrated by Jess JuddThis story is about a young girl and her sister who go on an amazing adverture to see their grandparents.
Written by Brooke Taylor and narrated by Nicole EsquinoThis one is about all those feelings that bounce around in our bodies sometimes.
25th December 2020
Written by Hannah Erickson and narrated by Kendall M LynchAre you ready to hear a story? This one’s about a little girl that learns about the magic of kindness.
29th November 2020
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Nicole EsquinoViolet and her magical unicorn friend Savannah can't seem to find one of Violet's socks from her favourite pair. How frustrating! But where on earth could it be? Join the friends as they look high and low for that missing sock.
31st October 2020
Written by Stuart Baum and narrated by Jess JuddA casual evening bike ride turns into a very...interesting... situation
16th October 2020
Written by Angela Nissen and narrated by Jess JuddThis story is dedicated to all of our listeners, family, and friends who have spent time cooped up inside over the past few months. We hope you are al safe, healthy, and loved.
28th September 2020
Written by Hannah Erickson and narrated by Kellie Colleen and Jess JuddEver wondered how the treehouse came to be?
14th September 2020
Written and narrated by Ghost SungThe little raindrop goes on a big adventure.
9th September 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsThank you for listening to Bottle Ship on Story Time. We hope you have enjoyed it. Bottle Ship now has its own podcast on Bedtime.FM! https://bedtime.fm/bottleship or search for Bottle Ship in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
6th August 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode Friedaline finds a bucket and the Jifflings find a new use for it that helps Albert to be less stubborn.
30th July 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode The Hedge finds a rope and the Jifflings find a new use for it that helps Freidaline to enjoy taking part just as much as winning
23rd July 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode Albert finds a trumpet and the Jifflings find a new use for it that helps Miss Katy to learn not to cry wolf.
16th July 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode Miss Katy finds a diamond and the Jifflings find a new use for it that helps Young Pumpkin to be less greedy.
9th July 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode Young Pumpkin finds an old paintbrush and the Jifflings find a new use for it that helps The Hedge to listen more.
2nd July 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode Freidaline finds the nose of a circus clown and The Jifflings discover a new use for it that helps Young Pumpkin to be tidier.
25th June 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode, Albert finds a Moose’s antlers and The Jifflings find a new use for it that helps show Miss Katy the value of working together.
18th June 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode The Hedge finds an astronaut’s helmet and The Jifflings find a new use for it that helps Albert to become braver and face his fears.
11th June 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode Miss Katy finds a pair of sunglasses and the Jifflings find a new use for them which helps The Hedge to learn to take turns.
1st June 2020
Written and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsIn this episode Young Pumpkin finds an old boot in the sea and the Jifflings find a new use for it that also helps them to welcome a new friend to their ship.
5th April 2020
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Nicole EsquinoBuffy Bunny and his friend Lily off on an unexpected adventure. And they have a new friend joining them... 🐰🦄
8th March 2020
Written by Elaine Binns and narrated by Nicole EsquinoRobyn loves playing hide and seek with her brother and sister. But this game turns out to be a different kind of adventure. 👧🐦
20th February 2020
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Nicole EsquinoThis one’s about 2 kids that discover something very interesting in the snowy Colorado mountains. ❄️⛷️
6th February 2020
Written and narrated by Nicole EsquinoEmma is tired of being called too little. She's ready to join the big kids game of hide and seek, but she needs some tips. Who will she find to help? 🦊 This story is recommended for children ages 5+
24th December 2019
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Nicole EsquinoMaya isn’t looking forward to her winter holidays this year. Normally she’d be celebrating Christmas like all of her friends, but this year and is spending time with her grandparents for Hanukkah. Join Maya as she learns what Hanukah is all about.
22nd December 2019
Written by Murray Rutledge and narrated by Nicole EsquinoJoin these New Zealand creatures on an adventure to the city with one of Santa’s special helpers. 🦌🎅
18th December 2019
Written by Charly Conquest and narrated by Charly Conquest and Ben MullinsA festive narrative comedy/drama about Chris Mouse, who thinks that Christmas is a big celebration of himself as he was born on 25th December. As he learns what Christmas really is, he also learns about the value of friendship and teamwork.
8th December 2019
Written by Nathan Oser and narrated by Jess JuddIt's not easy for Noel being the son of Santa, especially when he's the naughtiest kid at the North Pole. Will Noel spend the rest of his life on the naughty list? 👦🎅 This story is suitable for children aged 5-12
22nd November 2019
Written and narrated by Jess JuddWhat would you do if an alien spaceship turned up in your backyard and stole your dog? Find out what Charlie does in this new exciting story.
11th November 2019
Written by Morty Sey & Scott Chegg and narrated by Rob GriffithsThe Monday school-run can be tough at the best of times. But when Mum wakes up late... ”No ‘buts’” says Mum, “Just do as you’re told. And Zip up your coat. Do you want to catch a cold?”
1st October 2019
Written and narrated by Jack RhysiderTwo squirrels 🐿 run out of nuts to eat! 😱 They go on a mission to find more, and discover a friend.
24th September 2019
Written and narrated by Nicole EsquinoSarah is a Scientist in Training asking questions we’ve all been curious about. She performs experiments that will make you giggle and want to dash off to your own science laboratory. Are you ready to experiment with glitter and germs? 🔬✨ This story is recommended for children ages 5+
10th September 2019
Written by Nathan Oser and narrated by Kellie ColleenQuest the high seas in a galleon of such speed that no discovery can outrun your wind. Bring home tokens of your bravery and courage for all the kingdom to enjoy. 🚢 This story is recommended for children ages 4+
21st August 2019
Written by Natalia Shchukina and narrated by Nicole EsquinoA lovely rhyme about a friendly spider who forgot to eat his dinner. When suddenly he has some unexpected, yet delightful dinner guests at his inn. 🕷️🥧 This story is recommended for children ages 5+
24th July 2019
Written and narrated by Nicole EsquinoNaomi's visit to her Grandparents’ farm takes a fun twist when the wind magic appears. Join her on a magical adventure where things get interesting with the farm animals. 🌬️🐶🐐 This story is recommended for children ages 5+
10th July 2019
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Nicole EsquinoCharlie loved checking the letterbox for mail. But since they had moved houses, they didn’t get mail anymore. Suddenly, other people’s mail started turning up in Charlie’s letterbox. I wonder how it got there? 📬✉️ This story is recommended for children ages 3+
1st July 2019
Written by Stenetta Anthony and narrated by Jess JuddSally’s is a voice for thousands of special needs canines who are placed in a shelter. With her belief is that the dream of once again having a “forever home” may never come true.
13th June 2019
Written and narrated by Jess JuddSierra is so excited when her father buys her a special present for helping him on their family's sunflower farm. But when her mother gets sick, she needs help to find the cure. Thanks to Mackenzie from USA for requesting a story about a little girl called Sierra and her kitten called Forrest who can run like the wind. This story is recommended for children ages 5+
5th June 2019
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Kellie ColleenMartin was hungry. He wanted a bone, but not just any bone, the perfect bone. Follow Martin on his adventures as he searches the world for the perfect bone. 🐶 This story is recommended for children ages 5+
16th May 2019
Written by Hannah Erickson and narrated by Kendall M LynchReggie has to make his own fun after school because his mom is usually in her “office". What will Reggie do to keep himself from getting bored?
2nd May 2019
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Nicole EsquinoHave you ever wondered how crocodiles and alligators managed to outlive the dinosaurs? Well, here’s how they did it.
21st April 2019
Written and narrated by Nicole EsquinoLyla discovers a magical surprise in an Easter egg, but a naughty gnome already has plans for what’s inside. What could it be? 🥚🐇🦄 This story is recommended for children ages 5+
12th April 2019
Written and narrated by Jess JuddWhen Layla and Andre arrived at the hospital to visit their Nana, who has been sick for a while, they never expected the surprise they got. Where was their Nana? What had happened to her? Would they ever find her? 👵
25th March 2019
Written by Andrew Dittmer and narrated by Nicole Candian and John StrettonThis episode has been removed at the request of author and the new publishers.
21st February 2019
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob Griffiths and Nicole EsquinoWhere in the World is Buffy Bunny? Somewhere cold, icy. Have a guess and see if you're right. This story is suitable for children aged 5-12.
28th January 2019
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Chanel TsangThe queen desperately wanted a baby, so when she hears about a magical dragon who might be able to give her one she is overjoyed. Will the dragon give her a baby? What will the baby be like? You’d best take a listen and see…. 👸🏽🐲 This story is appropriate for children aged 5+
12th January 2019
Written by Nigel Blaikie and narrated by Amy HaysWaldo is a helicopter pilot who loves to help out. He has all sorts of amazing adventures! In this story Waldo is called upon to help deal with a sea monster called Slimey, who likes to tip people out of their boats! Slimey just wants to play but his games are no fun for the beach goers. Waldo really has his hands full this time. Will he be able to get Slimey the sea monster to change his mischievous ways?! 🚁🐲🏖 This story is suitable for children aged 3+
24th December 2018
Written by Joe Corcoran and narrated by Rob GriffithsBrad doesn't believe in Father Christmas, and he doesn't want anyone else to believe that nonsense either. He's happiest when he's making everyone else miserable. His parents aren't bothered about Christmas either, so on Christmas Eve there's no decorations in the house, no tree downstairs, no stocking hung up. But, whether Brad believes it or not, soon he'll have to decide whether to stay being Bad Brad, or whether he'll get on his bike and save Christmas. Is it worth the effort for one person? For sure! And is it better to fix badness with kindness? For sure! This story is suitable for children aged between 4 - 10.
20th December 2018
Written by Hannah Erikson and narrated by Kendall LynchA cute story about a little girl who writes to Santa....and then Santa writes back! 👧🎅 This story is suitable for children aged 4-10.
27th November 2018
Written and narrated by Jess JuddLilly and Dean love their dog, David. Lilly enjoys looking after him and feeding him, even if it isn't a very exciting job. At least it wasn't, until one day when Lilly found a special bag of dog food in the cupboard. What happens when she feeds it to David? This story is appropriate for children aged 4-12. 🐶
11th November 2018
Written by Hannah Erikson and narrated by Kellie Colleen as Luna, with Chanel Tsang as Aunt Kao and Rob Griffiths as GeoLuna and Geo escape into the forest behind their Aunt’s house. They already knew the forest was a magical place, but then they find the treehouse… just sitting there. This story is recommended for children ages 5+
31st October 2018
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Amy HaysEthern is a ghost. He lives in a cave. But he’s not a scary ghost, and his cave isn’t a scary cave. Ethern loves jokes, and all he wants to do is tell people his jokes. It doesn’t always go very well, however. Poor Ethern. Will he ever find someone who will stay and listen to his jokes? This story is appropriate for children aged 5 - 10.
1st October 2018
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob GriffithsChloë lives in Newbury, England. Every night she looks out her window at her five stars. But one night, there are only four stars in the sky. Her daddy tells her it’s just behind a cloud, but Chloë knows better. She knows that something is wrong with one of her stars. But she could never have imagined that she would be the only one who could get it shining again. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 This story is suitable for children ages 4+
13th September 2018
Written by Nigel Blaikie and narrated by Amy HaysWaldo is a helicopter pilot who loves to help out. He has all sorts of amazing adventures! In this story Waldo is called upon to help a trapped zoo truck taking a giraffe to see the beach for his very first time. Gerald the giraffe is disappointed he won’t get to visit the beach as planned, but when Waldo offers to take him for a helicopter ride instead things start to look up! 🚁🦒 This story is suitable for children aged 3+
6th September 2018
Written and narrated by Jess JuddA big thank you to Kenton, who requested this story last year. It has taken a little while to write, but I LOVE it and I really hope you do too xo - Jess Wilhelm lives at the base of the largest mountain in the land. When the sun is shining, he likes to play and go to school, or visit his papa who works up in the mines in the mountain. But! As soon as the sun starts to cast shadows across the land, Wilhelm and all the other people who live in his village must hurry back into their homes. If you get caught outside in the dark, you might fall prey to the stone goblins! When these little rock monsters attack the princess, putting her into a deep sleep, only Wilhelm can save her. Will he brave the mountain in the dark? ⛰️ This story is appropriate for children aged 5 - 12.
23rd August 2018
Written and narrated by Angela FerrariThis week we invite guest narrator Angela Ferrari from Story Spectacular to bring us a story. 🦎 Lizzie the lizard wants to be a flying lizard and discover new places, when she grows up. But her parents tell her lizards can’t fly and that she should be a fruit gatherer just like them. Lizzie isn’t ready to accept that. “I am going to become the first flying lizard! Just you wait and see!" she tells them. As it turns out, Lizzie might just get her wish after all, thanks to an unexpected meeting with the Lizard Wizard. But has she really thought this through? Being able to fly would make her different from all the other lizards and it can be hard fitting in when you’re not like the others. Lizzie’s new wings are set to take her on an unforgettable adventure. How will it all turn out?! This story is suitable for children ages 3+
16th August 2018
Written by Stuart Baum and narrated by Jess JuddAlec finds a new stream. Instead of fish, though, this stream contains words and ideas, which Alec tries to catch. Meant to be read aloud, this visual story is a whimsical addition to the world of Alec and other "Stuart" stories. This story is appropriate for children aged 5 - 10. ©2011 Stuart B Baum and StuartStories.com
2nd August 2018
Written by Betty Yang and narrated by Jess JuddBarry loves playing with his toys, but he just doesn’t look after them properly. His bedroom is very messy and his poor toys are all broken with parts missing. One day his toys decide that they have had enough. They must get the message to Barry that he needs to look after them better. So, they make a plan to talk with him... in his dream! 🛌 💤 This story is suitable for children ages 3+ Contact the author, Betty Yang, via WeChat ID: emayang2005
20th July 2018
Written by Ryan Cartwright and narrated by Chanel TsangWhat superpower would you most like to have? That is the discussion that three friends have while they wait at the bus stop one rainy day after school. Let’s see what they choose…. 🚏🚌 This story is suitable for children ages 7-12.
6th July 2018
Written by EJ Schonauer and narrated by Jess JuddIt’s Ruby’s turn to be the snack captain for her soccer team, and she takes her duties seriously. So, when she proudly opens the lid of the snack container to her teammates, only to see them back away in disgust, she is shocked! 😮 Who is responsible for this half-time disaster? Ruby thinks she’s knows, and she is ready to give him a piece of her mind! A fun and lighthearted short story, highlighting the joy that can come from finding humour in our mistakes. ⚽️😖 This story is suitable for children aged 5-12. EJ Schonauer is actually a writing team made up of identical twins Erin K. Schonauer and Jamie C. Schonauer. Isn’t that cool?! Find out more about this talented duo and their writing over at: http://www.twinpens.com
18th June 2018
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob GriffithsBuffy Bunny has ended up in New Zealand! Check in with him as he writes a postcard to his friends and tells them about all the fun things he has been doing. 🐰🇳🇿 This story is suitable for children aged 4 - 10.
19th May 2018
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob GriffithsLuke lives in apartment 305 with his mum, his dad, and his new baby sister. One day, they start hearing loud noises coming from the upstairs apartment. These noises become a problem, as they keep waking up his baby sister. Luke decides he needs to do something about it, but he could never have guessed who, or what, he would find in apartment 405. 🐘 This story is appropriate for children aged 4 - 10. This story was inspired by Rob, the creator of Bedtime FM, and his difficulty recording a story thanks to some noisy people upstairs.
1st May 2018
Written by Jaimi Ilama and narrated by Amy HaysA narrative poem about a cat whose life is turned upside down after her favorite human goes away. Choosing not to remain alone in her room upstairs, she bravely faces her fears and discovers an exciting new world. 🌎🐈🐾
18th April 2018
Written by Ellena Ashley and narrated by Rob GriffithsEveryday Rosie would ask her parents for a pony, and everyday they would reply, “No, Rosie, don’t be silly. Where on earth would we find a pony?” Then one amazing day, something happened. The circus was leaving town. Its lively procession bustled right past Rosie’s house, leaving something very special in its wake! Had Rosie’s wish finally come true?! Listen to find out! 👧🏻🎪🐴 This story is suitable for children aged 3-10
30th March 2018
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob Grifiths"Too much drama!" Buffy thought to himself. The last few holidays had been much too exciting, Buffy wanted to spend this Easter somewhere quieter where he couldn’t get into any trouble. Easter Island sounded like the perfect place to celebrate Easter. Surely he couldn’t get into any trouble on an island dedicated to Easter….could he? 🐰🗿 This story is suitable for children ages 4 - 10.
3rd March 2018
Written by Ivan Parvov and narrated by Amy HaysThe big contest, “Hero of the Mountain” is tomorrow. The small fox Bubu wants to see it at any cost but on the way he meets so many animals in trouble. Will Bubu arrive on time for the contest and what it really takes to be a true hero?⛰️🦊 This story is for children ages 4 - 10
14th February 2018
Written by Chanel Tsang and narrated by Jess JuddRa the Flamingo lives a quiet, peaceful life with her family. They spend their time quietly splashing around, until one day Ra discovers a rainbow lake nearby. How will this lake effect their lives? Have a listen and see! This story is suitable for young listeners 4 - 10 years old.
25th January 2018
Written by Ellena Ashley and narrated by Amy Hays🐉 Once Upon A Time, there was a town that had, in its best-loved spot, a large, long, scaly rock that looked amazingly similar to a sleeping dragon. Along with this dragon-shaped rock came a tale: ‘In times of trouble, the dragon will wake, and free the village, by making a lake’. Well, trouble did come to that town, in the form of one very, very hot and dry summer. The townsfolk were desperate for rain, but it just did not come. Would the tale about the dragon prove to be true? Would it wake and save them from this drought, or was it just a made-up story? Listen to this exciting short story by Ellena Ashley to find out!🐉 This story is suitable for children aged 4-12
25th December 2017
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob GriffithsBuffy Bunny is back and this time there's been a big Christmas mix-up. Buffy accidentally sets Christmas on a slippery slope, one that means his friends may not get the presents they wanted for Christmas, that is if they get any presents at all! Will Buffy be able to help Santa? You'll have to listen and find out. Happy holidays everyone! Thank you for listening to Story Time this year, we so appreciate your support. Enjoy your holidays and we will see you in the New Year. 🎅🎄🎁🐰
24th December 2017
Written by Sheila Toews and narrated by Jess JuddDo you remember Billy the Bathtub? The special bathtub who can move his feet and likes to play with his friends in the park? Do you remember that Billy lives in a big old house in Winnipeg, Canada? Now, Winnipeg isn't too far from the North Pole (as sleighs and reindeer fly), and we all know who lives at the North Pole, don't we? Would you like to hear about the time Billy the Bathtub helped Santa? You would?!? Then this story is for you! This story is suitable for children ages 4 to 10 years old. Merry Christmas everyone 🎅🎄🎁🛁
22nd December 2017
Written by Paul D. Race and narrated by Amy HaysMiranda was an inside cat and didn't get to do many of the outside things that cats like to do. Christmas time, however, was special because it was the only time she got to be around a real tree in the house. The Christmas in this story turned out to be extra special when a surprise visitor hid in the tree! A short story suitable for young children aged 2-5 years old Happy holidays everybody! 🎄⭐️⛄️🎁😊 Miranda’s Christmas Visitor: Copyright © 2007 by Paul D. Race. All rights reserved, used by permission.
16th December 2017
Written by Tyler Clark Burke and narrated by Jess JuddBill has a terrible, unbearable, lousy beak-ache. He also happens to be a bowerbird🐦: a type of bird that collects scraps to create elaborate colour-sorted nests. Bill turns to his friends; zebra, frog🐸, yak, and others for objects that might help alleviate his ache. Will they be able to help him? If not, what will? This fun, wacky story is told in playful cadence with rhyme and refrain. A riot of a tale, it also offers some wisdom on getting through tough times with patience, and a little help from your friends. This story is suitable for children ages 3-7
16th November 2017
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Rob GriffithsChester’s parents have just made him move house🏡 and he is not very happy about it😠. Whilst sulking about the situation, he makes an amazing discovery in the most unexpected place…..his toilet🚽! This story is suitable for ages 4-10.
29th October 2017
Written by Rachael Ruley and narrated by Amy Hays‘Twas Halloween Night, is all about the fun you can have on Halloween. Twas Halloween Night and all through the town, The children were jumping all up and down…’ It's a Halloween like any other, until one trick-or-treater spots a very surprising visitor! This poem is suitable for Halloween-lovers of all ages. 🎧 🎃 👻
25th October 2017
Written by Nathan Oser and narrated by Rob GriffithsHappy Halloween! We have a special Halloween episode for you! Midnight O’Clock, is all about what your imagination might dream up when you’re awake at midnight. This story is suitable for children aged 6-13.
5th October 2017
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Chanel TsangEmily’s mummy and daddy have just brought home her new baby sister. Emily is so excited to help, but all she keeps hearing is “Not right now Emily”. Poor Emily, isn’t there anything she can do to help her baby sister? This story is suitable for ages 4-10.
1st September 2017
Written by Brian Chambers and narrated by Jess JuddEmma is spending the weekend with her grandparents, but they are not really sure how to entertain her. When her Grandad pulls out an old bubble machine for her to play with, things start to get exciting, a little too exciting. Will Emma ever see her grandparents again? This story is suitable for ages 4-8.
5th August 2017
Written by Stuart Baum and narrated by Rob GriffithsTomas set out on an adventure to look down from the top of the world. He meets a unicorn, a pair of graham-cracker eating dragons, and lots of small (and hungry) birds. But where is the chair on the top of the world? And what’s does the top of the world have to do with a marble? A story suitable for 4–12 year old kids.
29th June 2017
Written by Ivan Parvov and narrated by Jess JuddWhen Bubu finds a bottle in the sea with a call for help inside it is clear for everyone – a new adventure awaits. And this time he is not alone – his friends Oskar and Rico are coming with him. What lies ahead? Fearful sharks…a powerful storm…a sinking ship…and a new friendship. One thing is for sure – no one will remain dry in this amazing sea quest. This children's story is suitable for kids aged 4-15 years old.
11th June 2017
Written by Hannah Erickson and narrated by Kellie ColleenPoppy has moved to a new town and hasn't yet made any friends. She misses her old life. Things start looking up, however, when she finds a curious golden pen in the woods outside her new home; for this is no normal pen, it's a 'spentaculous pen', and it's magic! This story is suitable for children aged 3-10
16th May 2017
Written by Michael Ryan and narrated by Rob GriffithsMedward the marmoset was unlike any other marmoset that had ever lived. This was because Medward had a very, very long tail. Some days Medward hated his elongated tail. It got in the way and would stop him doing things. Other times however, it came in quite handy, and in this particular story, turned out to be a lifesaver! Sometimes, being different isn't so bad after all. Bed time story suitable for kids ages 5-12
27th April 2017
Written by Kenneth Steven and narrated by Jess JuddUg the Thug was nasty, and no-body liked him. One night, Ug finally realises how lonely it is when everyone is frightened of you. Is it possible for him to change his ways and make friends with people? Bed time story suitable for kids ages 2-8
14th April 2017
Written by Jess Judd and Chanel Tsang and narrated by Rob GriffithsIt’s Easter and the Easter Bunny is sick and cannot deliver all the Easter eggs! Luckily, his cousin Buffy Bunny volunteers to help and finds that being the Easter Bunny isn’t as easy as he thought. A children's bedtime story suitable for ages 4-10 years old
1st April 2017
Written by Sheila Toews and narrated by Rob GriffithsOne day when Billy the Bathtub was feeling sad about being stuck inside while the children played outside in the park, he realised that there was actually something he could do to feel better. This was because Billy the Bathtub had a secret... he could move his feet! Join Billy the Bathtub on his exciting adventure out of the house! Bed time story suitable for children ages 4 to 10 years old.
23rd March 2017
Written by Jess Judd and narrated by Chanel TsangElsie and Arthur often go down the crooked path, into the old wood behind their little house. However one day, they come across an evil, old witch who lives deep in the woods. Will Elsie be brave enough, clever enough, and kind enough to save her brother from the witch? This story is suitable for children aged 3-8
9th March 2017
Written by Chanel Tsang and narrated by Rob GriffithsCooking can be hard, especially if you’re a bunny! Buffy Bunny wants to make his friends the perfect dinner, but he keeps having problems following the recipe. Luckily he has good friends to help him through and to remind him of his other talents! This story is suitable for children aged 2 – 8 years old.
25th February 2017
Written by Murray Rutledge and narrated by Amy Hays, with Jess JuddIt had started out like any other night for Peewee the Kiwi and his mates; scratching for bugs under the moonlight and calling out to one another across the bush. This particular night, however, they were to get the surprise of their lives. A kangaroo was hiding in the bush! What's more, he was lost and upset. He wanted to go home. Peewee and his mates knew they must help him... but how? Suitable fo children aged between 3 – 8 years old.
9th February 2017
Written by Janaki Sooriyarachchi and narrated by Rob GriffithsIt’s Nikini’s mom’s birthday tomorrow, and she is sad that she doesn’t have a present ready for her mom. She loves her mom and wants to give her something special. So she searches high and low for the perfect gift, but what is the perfect gift? Something big? Beautiful? Precious? Nikini isn’t sure but luckily she has her friends the firefly, a mynah bird, rabbit, and a spider to help her! This story suitable for children of ages 4 – 9 years old
27th January 2017
Written by Ilyhana Kate Kennedy and narrated by Amy HaysA delightful story about the beauty and power of the imagination with the underlying message that if you really devote yourself to your dreams, perhaps they might just come true. Suitable for children aged 4 to 10 years old
11th January 2017
Written by 'Pop' Johnson and narrated by Rob GriffithsAnother story about Little Suzi. In this one, she gets a new cat. Sadly loses it a few days later, so the search begins to find the lost kitten.
25th December 2016
Written by Ivan Parvov and narrated by Chanel TsangIt’s Christmas Eve and Bubu the small fox is excited about what gifts Santa might bring. Little does he know that he will soon be needed to help deliver Santa’s presents. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children, aged 2-5
21st December 2016
Written by Chanel Tsang and narrated by Rob Griffiths and the Bedtime FM TeamNew house, new school, new friends. A lot is changing in six-year-old Henry's life and he doesn't like it. A Christmas bedtime story suitable for children aged 4–13 years old.
8th December 2016
Written and narrated by Jess JuddWhy didn’t his friend seem excited about Christmas and all the toys he would get? Was everything with Tom okay? A Christmas bedtime story suitable for children aged 5–13 years old.
18th November 2016
Written by Maureen Sudlow and narrated by Rob Griffiths and the Bedtime FM TeamDon't ever let anyone try to tell you libraries are boring places! A short story suitable for young children aged 3–8 years old.
31st October 2016
Written by Joan Lennon and narrated by Rob GriffithsTwo spiders are looking for a new home in the great beyond, and find a place called House This story is suitable for children aged 3 – 7 years old
4th October 2016
Written by Gillian Rogerson and narrated by Rob GriffithsKing Leo is so tired looking after all the jungle animals. He decides to go away for a little break at the jungle hotel. This story is suitable for children aged 2 – 7 years old
13th September 2016
Written by Jane Hissey and narrated by Rob GriffithsThe beloved toys from Jane Hissey’s Old Bear's series help Teddy No-Nose to find his nose and feel better about himself. A short story suitable for children aged 4–12 years old.
11th August 2016
Written by Antje Hergt and narrated by Rob GriffithsBored, Lizzy ventures into her step-father's study after being warned not. This very special and magical room holds a secret, but what will she discover? A short story suitable for children aged 6–12 years old.
19th July 2016
Written by 'Pop' Johnson and narrated by Rob GriffithsAnother story about Little Suzi. In this one, she is shocked by her teacher's reaction during her lesson. A short story suitable for young children aged 2–8 years old.
5th July 2016
Written by Joanne Cock and narrated by Rob GriffithsNaughty Pirate Redhanky meets his match and vows to live a good life from now on. A short story suitable for young children aged 2–8 years old.
21st June 2016
Written by Stuart Baum and narrated by Rob GriffithsBonnie goes on a quest, after she finds the truth about the origin of the village waterfalls. A short story suitable for young children aged 6 years old to teenagers 15 years old.
7th June 2016
Written by Gemma Wood and narrated by Rob GriffithsBen is in a foul mood and to cheer him up Katie offers to find a ghost. Will they find one? A short story suitable for toddlers, preschoolers, and children aged 5 years old to 12 years old.
19th May 2016
Written by Angela Adame and narrated by Chelsea MakelaAnnabelle just loves to dance, and nothing is going to stop her from being amazing. A short story suitable for toddlers, preschoolers, and children aged 2 years old to 8 years old.
5th May 2016
Written by Harris Tobias and narrated by Rob GriffithsKatya is a village girl who can speak to animals. But one day she meets a group of crows who, though magic help her to help a young man.
27th April 2016
Written by Angela Adame and narrated by Rob GriffithsMikey looses his shoe every morning. This must be a job for detective Mikey to solve A short story suitable for toddlers, preschoolers, and children aged 2 years old to 6 years old.
10th April 2016
Written and narrated by Chelsea MakelaA girl and her Tennessee Trottin' horse and their dancing competition. A short story suitable for toddlers, preschoolers, and children aged 4 years old to 8 years old.
25th March 2016
Written by Clare Reddaway and narrated by Chelsea MakelaA young girl surprises the village by braving the woods alone and returning home with a prize. A longer story suitable for children and teenagers aged 10 years old to 15 years old.
10th March 2016
Written by ‘Pop’ Johnson and narrated by Rob GriffithsA simple tale about a strange creature that asks the other creatures of the pond "What am I?" A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 2-5 years old.
25th February 2016
Written by Joan Lennon and narrated by Rob GriffithsPetra is proud owner of a magic pipe and she needs to help the trees regain their voice when the wind goes missing. A short story suitable for young children and tweenagers aged 5-15 years old.
11th February 2016
Written by Artie Knapp and narrated by Rob GriffithsA young boy named Alex refuses to eat his pea carrots and broccoli. Strange things begin to happen after he is sent to bed early with no dessert. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 2-12 years old.
23rd January 2016
Written by 'Pop' Johnson and narrated by Rob GriffithsA young girl refuses to clean her room. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 4-12 years old.
8th January 2016
Written by K. L. Seal and narrated by Rob GriffithsThis little story is another in the Gingers Wood series, where a group of mice help an old man find love. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 3-12 years old.
25th December 2015
Written by Sheila Helliwell and narrated by Rob GriffithsA poor family having a terrible Christmas find a little Christmas magic. A short story suitable for young children aged 4-12 years old.
24th December 2015
Written by 'Pop' Johnson and narrated by Rob GriffithsA young girl snoops about for presents at Christmas time and learns a sad lesson as a result. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 4-12 years old.
10th December 2015
Written by Joanne Cock and narrated by Rob GriffithsA little girl stays awake, waiting for a special person to arrive so she can ask a very important question. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 2-8 years old.
26th November 2015
Written by Artie Knapp and narrated by Rob GriffithsA dog and a bear become the best of friends when they both leave home. A short story suitable for young children aged 4-11 years old.
12th November 2015
Written by Tara Fox Hall and narrated by Rob GriffithsA slow little snail goes faster than he's ever been, and loves it. A very short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 2-5 years old.
15th October 2015
Written by Chris Michaels and narrated by Rob GriffithsA brave young knight battles a troll to rescue a beautiful princess. A very short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 5-8 years old.
1st October 2015
Written by Gillian Rogerson and narrated by Rob GriffithsSome bears keep messing about with the weather. What on earth are they doing with it? A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 3-6 years old.
17th September 2015
Written by Emma Laybourn and narrated by Rob GriffithsA very large dinosaur with a tiny voice, saves the day protecting some baby dinosaurs from a fierce volcano. A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 3-6 years old.
3rd September 2015
Written by K. L. Seal and narrated by Rob GriffithsThis little story is another in the Gingers Wood series, where a nasty cat is terrorising the other animals. A short story suitable for young children aged 3-8 years old.
20th August 2015
Written by Mike Krath and narrated by Rob GriffithsListen to a story about a boy who becomes a leaf A short story suitable for young children aged 4-6 years old.
6th August 2015
Written by Joan Lennon and narrated by Rob GriffithsA twist on the classic story of Robin Hood who comes to the rescue of a very grumpy maiden. A short story suitable for young children aged 5-10 years old.
22nd July 2015
Written by Artie Knapp and narrated by Rob GriffithsA modern fable about a young turtle who, since being struck by lightning, is afraid of everything. A short story suitable for young children aged 5-8 years old.
8th July 2015
Written by Antje Hergt and narrated by Rob GriffithsA short story about a boy who is angry and runs away from home. But even the excitement of his travels can't stop him from missing his mum. A short story suitable for young children aged 3-8 years old.
24th June 2015
Written by K. L. Seal and narrated by Rob GriffithsThis story is about a frog who is excited about getting marred You can see the beautifully painted pictures over on the Gingers Wood Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/gingerswood.klseal A short story suitable for young children aged 3-8 years old
10th June 2015
Written by Denise McCabe and narrated by Rob GriffithsFun filled magical story about two children Seán and Ava who have fun playing with bubbles when they float off to a magical kingdom far away. A short story suitable for young children aged 2-4 years old.
27th May 2015
Written by K. L. Seal and narrated by Rob GriffithsThis wonderful story is about a little mouse who loses his tail. A short story suitable for young children aged 3-8 years old.
13th May 2015
Written by Kanika G and narrated by Rob GriffithsTania does something wrong. I hope she feels bad for the naughty thing she's done. A short story suitable for young children aged 2-5 years old.
29th April 2015
Written by Harry Oulton and narrated by Rob GriffithsGeorgia is scared of the dark. But her father’s cuddly toy helps her be brave and face her fears. A short story suitable for young children aged 5-8 years old.
15th April 2015
Written by Kanika G and narrated by Rob GriffithsTania gets a pair of binoculars for her birthday. What starts out as fun spying expedition, has a very exciting outcome. A short story suitable for young children aged 4-7 years old.
1st April 2015
Written by Emma Laybourn and narrated by Rob GriffithsIts cold in Custard Castle, but can they wake the dragon they keep for lighting fires? A short story suitable for toddlers and young children aged 3-6 years old.