Henry Williamson's classic tale of an otter's eventful and sometimes dangerous life in the Devon countryside.

Read by Nicholas Farrell.


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Henry Williamson's classic tale of an otter's eventful and sometimes dangerous life in the Devon countryside.
The beginning of an eventful cubhood in the Devon countryside.
Read by Nicholas Farrell.
Henry Williamson's classic tale, read by Nicholas Farrell.
Nicholas Farrell reads Henry Williamson's classic tale.
The start of an eventful cubhood in the Devon countryside - seen through the young otter's eyes.
An eventful cubhood in the Devon countryside - seen through the young otter's eyes.
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A dog otter causes alarm as he 'plays' with Tarka's mother and she abandons him - leaving Tarka confused and alone.
The young cub is confused when his mother abandons him.
Henry Williamson's classic tale.
Henry Williamson's classic tale, read by Nicholas Farrell.
Nicholas Farrell reads Henry Williamson's classic tale.
The young cub becomes confused when his mother abandons him, but a new friend awaits.
Read by Nicholas Farrell.
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The winter storms have arrived.
Tarka has kept a fishing hole in the ice but the fish are hard to find.
Read by Nicholas Farrell.
As the winter storms arrive, fish are hard to find through the ice.
Nicholas Farrell reads
Henry Williamson's classic tale, read by Nicholas Farrell.
Nicholas Farrell reads Henry Williamson's classic tale.
As the winter storms arrive in Devon, fish are increasingly hard to find through the ice.
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Spring has arrived.
Tarka smells man, but then hears the cry of a she-otter and follows her..
Spring arrives with the smell of man - and the cry of a she-otter.
Nicholas Farrell reads.
Nicholas Farrell reads Henry Williamson's classic tale.
Spring arrives in the Devon countryside, with the smell of man - and the cry of a she-otter.
Read by Nicholas Farrell.
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A pack of hounds picks up Tarka's scent.
A pack of hounds appear - and there's a chase.
Conclusion of Henry Williamson's tale.
Conclusion of Henry Williamson's classic tale, read by Nicholas Farrell.
Henry Williamson's classic tale concludes.
As the otter basks in the sunshine, a pack of hounds catch his scent sparking a great chase.
Concluded by Nicholas Farrell.
As the otter basks in the sun, a pack of hounds catch his scent sparking a great chase.