|01||01||The Grey Horse And The Widow's Daughters||20020610||By pupils from St George's School for Girls in Edinburgh.|
|01||02||The Children Of Lir||20020611||Students from Methodist College in Belfast re-enact the classic Irish legend.|
|01||03||How The Anansi Stories Got Their Name||20020612||by ten-year-olds from St Stephen's Primary School in Deptford.|
|01||04||The Wondrous Mango||20020613||The classic Hindu story re-enacted by 13-year-olds from Plashet School for Girls in East Ham.|
|01||05 LAST||The Enchanted Cap||20020614||A Halloween tale performed by 10-year-olds from St Lawrence's Primary School in Greenock.|
|02||01||The Lang Pack||20031229||by children from Bellingham Middle School in Northumberland.|
|02||02||Tam Bichan And The Trow||20031230||20041220||Children from Firth Primary School in Orkney enact a tale of strange events in a Neolithic burial mound.|
With incidental music written by the pupils.
|02||03||The Great Minster Fire||20031231||with choristers and pupils from the Minster School in York.|
|02||04||Black Shuck||20040101||with children from Burnham Market Primary School.|
|02||05 LAST||The King And The Shabbat Dinner||20040102||20041221||Children from Simon Marks Jewish Primary School in Stoke Newington enact a cautionary tale for the Sabbath.|
With music written by the pupils.