Crackanory

December 2018
45:00

06 (S1E6)

3.0 2 x
Star-studded storytime! Stephen Mangan and Hugh Dennis narrate funny yarns about a newsreader interviewing an evil dictator and a care assistant who moonlights as a superhero.
35:00

05 (S1E5)

4.0 1 x
Amusing stories for adults, read by Richard Hammond and Jessica Hynes. A postman reads his crush's mail to learn what makes her tick and a woman meets her eight-year-old self.
35:00

04 (S1E4)

3.0 1 x
Sharon Horgan and Charlie Higson read two darkly comic tales. A translator changes the world order at a political summit. A young female motorist breaks down on Walpurgis Night.
30:00

03 (S1E3)

3.0 2 x
Twisted tales read by Harry Enfield and Sarah Solemani. An office worker takes on a high-street coffee chain and a downtrodden librarian gains access to a CIA military drone!
30:00

02 (S1E2)

3.0 3 x
Bedtime stories for big kids! Kevin Eldon tells a twisted tale about a man driven to insanity, while Rebecca Front narrates a story about a hack writer who finds a lost Bard play.
30:00

S1E1)

4.0 2 x
Are you sitting comfortably? Jackanory gets a reboot as famous faces read comic tales. Jack Dee and Sally Phillips narrate stories about a Twitter addict and a dead toymaker!
November 2018
50:00

Let Me Be the Judge & I'm Still Here (S2E6)

3.0 4 x
Ruby Wax and Simon Callow spin these sublime yarns. A TV talent show judge gets a brutal taste of his own medicine and a street performer poses as a statue to foil an art heist.
35:00

The Untangler & Murder He Wrote (S2E5)

3.0 4 x
Warwick Davis and Emilia Fox narrate darkly comic tales. A man with a gift for untangling things tries to woo a princess. A wife is framed for a murder plot - by her own hubby.
40:00

Self Storage & The Obituary Writer (S2E4)

4.0 5 x
Are you sitting comfortably? Then Johnny Vegas and Meera Syal will begin. Today's wicked tales are about a murderous obit writer and a man who finds relics from his dodgy past.
40:00

The Surprise & The Crisis Plan (S2E3)

3.0 4 x
Party guests fear for their lives and earthquake survivors consider cannibalism. David Mitchell and Katherine Parkinson are your star storytellers for these ripping dark yarns.
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