Herodotus tells us that ancient Egyptians worshiped cows and bulls. How and why did they do that? Bertie investigates…
Herodotus tells about Crocodiles, Hippos, flying snakes, the Ibis, and the Phoenix
Anansi, the anti-hero of West African folklore, refuses to follow instructions.
How the Chinese years came to be named after the animals. It was all decided by a swimming contest.
One of Korea’s most popular stories. There are two brothers, one is rich and mean, the other is poor and good hearted. The poor brother receives help from the King of the Birds, and the older brother hopes to gain the same reward.
Baloo the bear is teaching Mowgli the law of the Jungle. He learns how to be safe among the various creatures – but there is one band of animals that are notorious outlaws – and Mowgli should stay clear of them.
An Ox is a large animal that looks like a bull, but he is generally patient, hard-working, and easy-going. And people who are born in the year of the Ox are said to be like that too! How did humans come to have this useful animal on earth to help them farm? Listen on to find out.
Katie finds a deer with golden antlers in her garden. He seems very friendly. How did he get there?
Katie the Ordinary Witch is back with a super-funny story about her magical cat Solomon who is both big-headed and thin-skinned. He has gone missing. What can he possibly be up to?
Astropup is Back! The Parrot normally disdains video games, but when he hears about one called The Seven Mountains of Genius he tries it and is soon hooked.