One antisocial ogre is going to help an awful lot of fairytale creatures — whether he want to or not — just to get his swamp back all to himself.
Learn about the spirit of courage and determination when Hayden sets out to achieve the dream of racing for a special zebra.
Do-you-think-they-saurus? Read along with Australian children's author Morris Gleitzman and Little Ted, and point out all the dinosaurs hiding along the way as they read Dinosaur Day Out by Sara Acton.
Australian actress Lucy Durack and Play School's Joey settle into the Story Time couch for this relaxing read of the gorgeously illustrated My Sunbeam Baby by Emma Quay.
Wrestling isn't always about being tough. Join in on the colourful fun and the big-hearted story as Australian comedian Joel Creasey and Little Ted read Wrestle by Charlotte Mars, Maya Newell and Gus Skattebol-James.
Julia Zemiro and Kiya discover the wonder and mystery of the Australian rainforest in the classic book Where The Forest Meets The Sea by Jeannie Baker.
Can Chip the seagull become a lifeguard? Keep your little nippers entertained and join comedian Matt Okine with Play School's Humpty reading Chip The Lifeguard by Kylie Howarth on the Story Time couch.
Sofya Gollan and Jemima are heading under the sea to meet all types of different and colourful fish. Sofya will also be signing in Auslan as she reads Hooray for Fish! by Lucy Cousins.
The voice of Bluey's dad, Dave McCormack, reads a story about caveman Dave's quest to find a new cave. Tune in for one Dave, reading about another Dave in Dave's Cave by Frann Preston-Gannon.
Join Australian author Dr Anita Heiss and Play School's Kiya on the Story Time couch, reading Kookoo Kookaburra by Gregg Dreise, a Creation story about the importance of kindness.
A chance encounter with Justine Clarke could change the Listies' lives forever. Meanwhile, Abernathy Peanuts has a project of her own.
For those with a green thumb, Gardening Australia's Costa Georgiadis and Jemima read a delightful tale of Emily Green's Garden by Penny Harrison and Megan Forward.
The Listies arrive at the theatre. Rich is super excited about playing a serious role on stage. He ends up in a costume, but not the one he thought. Meanwhile, a story unfolds in Rich's stomach, which upsets everybody's day.
The Listies find the best job ever, and it's so simple: helping arrange an Easter Egg hunt for the internet. What could possibly go wrong? It turns out, quite a lot.
Australian actor Claudia Karvan and Play School's Kiya take us through an entire eventful year in the life of an Australian family, reading All Through The Year by Jane Goodwin and Anna Walker.
After Rich explains to Matt what a book is, he proudly informs Abernathy that they have a new job with Andy Griffiths, (only the most famous author in Australia). Unfortunately, it goes about as well as could be expected.
The Listies are Rich and Matt, two guys who haven't paid rent in quite a while. So when their new landlord, Abernathy Peanuts, arrives demanding rent money, the Listies realise they have to get a job.
Michelle and Matthew are visited by a bagpipe player called Bede, play the game Balloons in the Air, and act out the story: Percy Wants Peace and Quiet Please! Through the windows, see a vegetable orchestra.
Abi and Teo make yummy fruit slushies, go on a hunt for the Play School wonder chest, and make sea pictures. Through the windows, we go on boat trip and see lots of exciting things on the water.
Michelle and Teo play a game of camouflage dress ups, act out the story The Boogie Woogie Baby, and make a craft pom-pom spider. Through the windows, we go hunting for bugs.
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