The latest and greatest children's stories and songs from New Zealand. Ngā pūrākau me ngā waiata nā Aotearoa.
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The journey begins. Audio
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Now, on to the Lungs. Audio
Into the Brain. Audio
Now into the Bloodstream. Audio
Seeping into the Kidneys. Audio
Sliding into the Liver. Audio
Now, in the blink of an eye. Audio
Have you the Stomach for this? Audio
Told by Matt Whelan.
Oscar the cat loves Tim so much, it's embarrassing.
Produced by Prue Langbein. Audio
Told by Calvin Tuteao.
Danielle and Jason learn about flying traditional kites, ancient kauri trees and kereru.
Told by Timothy Bartlett.
Nat and Nadia are twins who don't always get along. Nadia gets upset when Nat ruins her drawing.
Told by Matt Sunderland.
Nick's dog, Phil, gets lost ... and eats and eats.
Told by Helen Pearse Otene and Jasmine Wiki.
Ruby creates a memorial garden for her sister, Hine. A sad story for older children.
Ruby's half-sister Hine dies a few months before her tenth birthday. A sad story for older children.
The twins are put in charge of a stall selling caps.
Told by Elizabeth McRae.
Grandma McGarvey is feeling a bit blue and needs an adventure. She drives past the bungy jumping off the bridge - and gives it a go!
Produced by Prue Langbein.
Told by Barnie Duncan.
Joe's ambition in life is to have really stinky feet.
Told by Erina Daniels.
Uncle Mainey doesn't want to take the old piano to the dump.
For Kids. Audio
Told by Simon Leary.
Max and Dan get help from Mr Peterson at the aquarium and he calls their parents too.
Max and Dan end up with a huge shark but it drags them and the paddle boat round all day and then gets caught in a net.
Max and Dan are desperate to get on the Fishing Fame Board. They need to follow the rules and plan to get a boat to catch a big fish.
Told by Campbell Simpson and Ruby Urlich.
Nat and Nadia write letters trying to have the other taken away.
Told by Rena Owen.
Two girls dress up so they can enter a competition just for boys.
Told by Brooke Williams.
When Jessie's friend has to leave her soccer team, she isn't sure about the new kid who replaces her; will she fill the gap her friend has left?
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Told by Maria Walker.
When a rare white kiwi was born in captivity at Pukaha Mount Bruce, Māori recognised it as a treasure and a sign of new beginnings. This is Manukura the kiwi's story.
Told by Gary Young.
A bittersweet story about being Chinese in New Zealand in the early 1900s.
Miss Celia makes friends with the circus elephant. Set in Hastings in the 1900s.
Told by Michael Trigg.
Ben is nervous about performing his speech in front of the class.
Told by Jack Buchanan.
Marty is the best tree climber in the neighbourhood - that is, until Nikki comes along.
Told by Davina Whitehouse.
No-Go is a big fluffy tortoiseshell cat who lives at Te Apiti station, but nobody really knows where No-Go goes.
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