Lesley Manville reads Aunt Amelia, by Rebecca Cobb.
Tom Fletcher reads Oliver and Patch, by Claire Freedman.
Nihal Arthanayake reads Dogs Don't Do Ballet, by Anna Kemp.
Alex Polizzi reads Halibut Jackson, by David Lucas.
Pete Dalton reads It's a Groovy World, Alfredo!, by Sean Taylor.
Edith Bowman reads No Such Thing As Nessie, by Chani McBain.
Samuel West reads The Jumblies, by Edward Lear.
Nadiya Hussain reads Fabulous Pie, by Gareth Edwards.
James McAvoy takes us on a space adventure with Danny and Dinosaur.
Angellica Bell reads My Sister Is an Alien, by Rachel Bright.
Ellie Harrison reads Hugh Shampoo, by Karen George.
Lisa Riley reads The Best Gift of All, by Jonathan Emmett.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor reads Mog in the Dark, by Judith Kerr.
Sue Johnston reads Churchill's Tale of Tails. Churchill the pig loses his precious tail.
Bernard Cribbins reads The Very Snowy Christmas, by Diana Hendry.
Rosamund Pike reads Merry Christmas Blue Kangaroo, by Emma Chichester Clark.
Sir Derek Jacobi reads the classic Christmas tale The Nutcracker.
Henny Penny's journey to see the king has led her and her friends into danger.
When Henny Penny thinks the sky is falling, she sets out on a journey to tell the king.
Sue Johnston reads This Books Belongs to Aye-Aye by Richard Byrne.
Mary Anne Hobbs reads Doctor Molly's Medicine Case by Miriam Moss.
Aaron McCusker reads Abracazebra by Helen Docherty.
Lesley Manville reads Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney.
Mr and Mrs Quest have a lovely home on top of a hill, but a rock is blocking their view.
Edith Bowman reads I Wish I'd Been Born a Unicorn.
Derek Jacobi reads Hairy Maclary Scattercat.
Manish Bhasin reads a bedtime story about a boy who has football fever.
Edith Bowman reads On My Way to the Bath, by Sarah Maizes.
James McAvoy reads No Matter What, by Debi Gliori.
Ore Oduba reads Footballer Fat Puss, by Harriet Castor and Colin West.
Lisa Riley reads Too Many Tickles, by Thomas Taylor and Penny Dann.
Liz Carr reads Funnybones, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
Ted Robbins reads Marvin's Funny Dance, by Sarah McConnell.
Stephen Graham reads Giraffes Can't Dance, by Giles Andreae.
Romola Garai reads The Dragon Festival, by An Vrombaut.
John Betjeman recalls in vivid detail the agonies and the delights of growing up. (1976)