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Sanjeev Bhaskar reads Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs: Smugglers Bay.
Rob Brydon reads Doctor Ted, by Andrea Beaty and Pascal Lemaitre.
Rob Brydon reads Princess Smartypants, by Babette Cole.
Rob Brydon reads Badly Drawn Dog, by Emma Dodson.
Rob Brydon reads Pink!, by Lynne Rickards and Margaret Chamberlain.
Hermione Norris reads The Bog Baby by Jeanne Willis and Gwen Millward.
Derek Jacobi reads Small Knight George and the Royal Chocolate.
Annette Crosbie reads Winnie's Flying Carpet, by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul.
A small moonchild tires of his white, white moon surroundings and whizzes down to earth.
Annette Crosbie reads Mrs McTats and Her Houseful of Cats.
Derek Jacobi reads The Stickman, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Derek Jacobi reads Wendell's Workshop, by Chris Riddell.
Derek Jacobi reads How to Catch a Star, by Oliver Jeffers.
Derek Jacobi reads How Big is a Million? By Anna Milbourne and Serena Riglietti.
Richard Fleeshman reads Oodles of Noodles, by Diana Hendry and Sarah Massini.
Jonas Armstrong reads Mr Bear to the Rescue, by Debi Gliori.
Jonas Armstrong reads Eliot Jones, Midnight Superhero, by Anne Cottringer and Alex T Smith
Jonas Armstrong reads Tom's Clockwork Dragon, by Jonathan Emmett and Mark Oliver.
Jonas Armstrong reads Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood.
Keeley Hawes reads Happy Birthday Winnie, by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul.
Matt Baker reads A New Home for a Pirate, by Ronda Armitage and Holly Swain.
Matt Baker reads Click Clack Moo Cows That Type, by Doreen Cronin.
Matt Baker reads Mr Bear's Holiday, by Debi Gliori.
Matt Baker reads Pete the Sheep, by Jackie French.
Adrian Lester reads Bob's Best Friend Ever, by Simon Bartram.
Clare Balding reads Giggle Giggle Quack, by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin.
Clare Balding reads A Visitor for Bear, by Bonnie Becker and Kady Macdonald Denton.
Clare Balding reads The Show at Rickety Barn, by Jemma Beeke and Lynne Chapman.
Kacey Ainsworth reads Follow the Swallow, by Julia Donaldson and Penny Smy.
Kacey Ainsworth reads Polly Jean Pyjama Queen, by Steve Webb.
Kacey Ainsworth reads What Friends Do Best, by Jonathan Emmett and Nathan Reed.
Kacey Ainsworth reads Who's Been Eating My Porridge? By Nick Ward.
Mackenzie Crook reads Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs.
Mackenzie Crook reads If I Were You, by Richard Hamilton and Babette Cole.
Mackenzie Crook reads Don't Mention Pirates, by Sarah McConnell.
Mackenzie Crook reads Tappity Tap - What Was That? By Claire Freedman and Russell Julian.
Michael Rosen reads Ruby Sings the Blues, by Nikki Daly.
Michael Rosen reads The Opposite, by Tom MacRae and Elena.
Michael Rosen reads Slinky Malinki Catflaps and Hairy Maclary of Donaldson's Dairy.
Shelley Conn reads Grizzly Dad, by Joanna Harrison.
Sharon Small reads What Does Daddy Do? by Rachel Bright.
Sharon Small reads Dogfish, by Gillian Shields and Dan Taylor.
Sharon Small reads Winnie's Magic Wand by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul.
Sharon Small reads Wishmoley and the Little Piece of Sky.
The Naughtiest Ever Fairy by Nick Ward.
Mr Big by Ed Vere.
Shelley Conn reads Celestine Drama Queen by Penny Ives.
Shelley Conn reads That Pesky Dragon, by Julia Sykes.
Shelley Conn reads Tiddler the Story Telling Fish by Julie Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Shelley Conn reads Where's My Sock? by Joyce Dunbar.
Warwick Davis reads Don't Read This Book by Jill Lewis and Deborah Allwright.
Warwick Davis reads Once There Was a House, by Alex T Smith.
Warwick Davis reads The Cow That Laid an Egg by Andy Cutbill and Russell Ayto.
Warwick Davis reads The Topsy Turvies by Francesca Simon and Emily Bolam.
Warwick Davis reads Thump Quack Moo, by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin.
Diane Parish reads Delilah Darling is in the Library, by Jeanne Willis and Rosie Reeve.
Jake Wood reads Fleabag, by Helen Stephens.
Colin Salmon reads 006 and a Bit, by Kes Gray and Nick Sharratt.
Colin Salmon reads Emily Brown and the Thing, by Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton.
David Harewood reads Ping Pong Pig, by Carline Jayne Church.
David Harewood reads Mr Peek and the Misunderstanding at the Zoo, by Kevin Waldron.
David Harewood reads Zippity Zebra and the Windy Day, by Claire Henley.
Romola Garai reads Goodnight Magic Moon, by Janet Bingham and Rosalind Beardshaw.
Romola Garai reads The Dragon Festival, by An Vrombaut.
Romola Garai reads Trixie the Witch's Cat, by Nick Butterworth.
Romola Garai reads Minty and Tink, by Emma Chichester Clark.
Terry Wogan reads A Chair For Baby Bear, by Kaye Umansky and Chris Fisher.
Josie Lawrence reads Tabby McTat, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Josie Lawrence reads Princess Smartypants Breaks the Rules, by Babette Cole.
Josie Lawrence reads Super Daisy and the Peril of Planet Pea.
Josie Lawrence reads Evie's Mad Hair Day, by Shane McG.
Josie Lawrence reads The Fox in the Dark, by Alison Green and Deborah Allwright.
Josie Lawrence reads The Fox in the Dark, by Alison Green and Deborah Allwright.
Tom Ward reads Winnie in Winter, by Korky Paul and Valerie Thomas.
Tom Ward reads Diamond in the Snow, by Jonathan Emmett.
Emilia Fox reads Bella Gets Her Skates On, by Ian Whybrow.
Emilia Fox reads The Big Dark, by John Prater.
Emilia Fox reads Penguin Post, by Debi Gliori.
Emilia Fox reads Little Robin Red Vest, by Jan Fearnley.
Tom Ward reads Tiny Rannosaurus and Big Footasaurus, by Nick Ward.
Tom Ward reads How Big is a Million? By Anna Milbourne and Serena Riglietti.
David Tennant reads Miki, by Stephen Mackey.
David Tennant reads How High Is the Sky? by Anna Milbourne and Serena Riglietti.
David Tennant reads Small Mouse Big City, by Simon Prescott.
David Tennant reads Emily Brown and the Elephant, by Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton.
Sheila Hancock reads Shine Moon Shine, by David Conway.
Kenneth Branagh reads Jingle Bells, by Nick Butterworth.
David Tennant reads The Christmas Bear, by Henrietta Stickland and Paul Stickland.
Kenneth Branagh reads Penguin Small, by Mick Inkpen.
Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson reads Six Dinner Sid, by Inga Moore.
Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson reads a story by Timothy Knapman and Gwen Millward.
Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson reads Jungle Jive, by Tony Milton and David Wojtowycz.
Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson reads Anyone for Tennis? by Shane McG.
Gina McKee reads April Underhill, Tooth Fairy, by Bob Graham.
Kym Marsh reads On the Road with Mavis and Marge, by Niamh Sharkey.
Kym Marsh reads How Many Sleeps? By Amber Stewart and Layn Marlow.
Shane Richie reads Barry the Fish with Fingers, by Sue Hendra.
Shane Richie reads My Grandpa's Amazing Inventions, by Richard Johnson.
Shane Ritchie reads Nat Fantastic, by Giles Andrae and Katherine McEwan.
Shane Ritchie reads The Best Cow in Show, by Andy Cutbill and Russell Ayto.
Shane Ritchie reads The Perfect Baby by Tony Bradman.
Fiona Shaw reads The Great Monster Hunt, by Norbert Landa.
Lulu reads Celestine and the Penguins, by Penny Ives.
Gary Barlow reads Elmer and Papa Red, by David McKee.
Patrick Stewart reads Wishmoley and the Little Piece of Sky.
Holly Willoughby reads Princesses Are Not Perfect, by Kate Lum and Sue Hellard.
Kimberley Walsh reads Ferdie and the Falling Leaves, by Julia Rawlinson and Tiphanie Beeke
Kimberley Walsh reads Iris and Isaac, by Catherine Rayner.
Kimberley Walsh reads My Mum Has X-Ray Vision, by Angela McAllister and Alex T Smith.
Kimberly Walsh reads The Girl with the Bird's Nest Hair, by Sarah Dyer.
Kimberley Walsh reads The Three Billy Goats Fluff, by Rachael Mortimer and Liz Pichon.
Toby Stephens reads The Loon on the Moon, by Chae Strathie and Emily Golden.
Toby Stephens reads Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs: Missing Treasure.
Toby Stephens reads Bedtime Hullaboo, by David Conway and Charles Fuge.
Toby Stephens reads A New Home for Little Fox, by Janet Bingham and Rosalind Beardshaw.
Floella Benjamin reads Faster Faster, by Benedict Blathwayt.
Toby Stephens reads Farmyard Flyers, by Mike Bostock.
Floella Benjamin reads Max and the Lost Note, by Graham Marsh.
Floella Benjamin reads Night Light, Sleep Tight, by Janet Bingham and Rosalind Beardshaw.
Floella Benjamin reads Polly's Pink Pyjamas, by Vivian French and Sue Heap.
Floella Benjamin reads The Story Blanket.
Sanjeev Bhaskar reads Zog, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Sanjeev Bhaskar reads Krong, by Garry Parsons.
Sanjeev Bhaskar reads Zog, by David McKee.
Sanjeev Bhaskar reads Hugless Douglas, by David Melling.
Anna Maxwell Martin reads Tortoise vs Hare - The Rematch, by Preston Rutt and Ben Redlich.
Anna Maxwell Martin reads Mole's Sunrise, by Jeanne Willis and Sarah Fox-Davies.
Anna Maxwell Martin reads Snoring Beauty, by Rachael Mortimer and Amanda Hellberg.
Anna Maxwell Martin reads Happy Birthday, Bear, by Richard Edwards and Carol Liddiment.
Anna Maxwell Martin reads Millicent and Meer, by Richard Byrne.
Susan Jameson reads a story by Felix Hayes and Hannah Broadway.
Susan Jameson reads Six Dinner Sid - A Highland Adventure, by Felix Hayes and Inga Moore.
Susan Jameson reads Norman the Slug with the Silly Shell, by Sue Hendra.
Susan Jameson reads Mr Bear's Birthday, by Debi Gliori.
Tom Fletcher reads Oliver and Patch, by Claire Freedman.
Susan Jameson reads Goodnight Tiptoe, by Polly Dunbar.
Meera Syal reads The Beasties, by Jenny Nimmo and Gwen Millward.
Liza Tarbuck reads Milo and the Moon Kangaroo, by Dan Taylor.
Liza Tarbuck reads There's Going to Be a Baby, by John Burningham and Helen Oxenbury.
Charlie Higson reads Three by the Sea, by Mini Grey.
Charlie Higson reads The Fox in the Dark, by Alison Green and Deborah Allwright.
Charlie Higson reads My Sister is an Alien, by Rachel Bright.
Charlie Higson reads Sniff, by Yokococo.
Charlie Higson reads Egg, by Alex T Smith.
Sheila Hancock reads An Island in the Sun, by Stella Blackstone and Nicoletta Ceccoli.
Sheila Hancock reads Matty in a Mess, by Miriam Moss and Jane Simmons.
Sheila Hancock reads Moles in Love, by David Bedford and Rosalind Beardshaw.
Sheila Hancock reads Mr Big, by Ed Vere.
Shappi Khorsandi reads Bartholomew and the Bug, by Neal Layton.
Shappi Khorsandi reads Mr Pusskins: Best in Show, by Sam Lloyd.
Shappi Khorsandi reads The Fairytale Hairdresser, by Lauren Beard and Abie Longstaff.
Shappi Khorsandi reads Witchety Sticks and the Magic Buttons, by Helen Stephens.
Shappi Khorsandi reads The King of Tiny Things, by Jeanne Willis and Gwen Millward.
Alex Kingston reads Crocodiles Need Kisses Too, by Carrie Weston and Russell Julian.
Alex Kingston reads Bedtime Without Arthur, by Jessica Meserve.
Alex Kingston reads Bella and Monty: A Hairy, Scary Night, by Alex T Smith.
Alex Kingston reads The Talent Show, by Jo Hodgkinson.
Alex Kingston reads Everybody Knows That... Goats Don't Dance!
Shobna Gulati reads the story Winnie's Flying Carpet, by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul.
Shobna Gulati reads the story Rhinos Don't Eat Pancakes, by Anna Kemp and Sara Ogilvie.
Shobna Gulati reads David Conway and Malenie Williamson's The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster
Shobna Gulati reads the story Elmer, by David McKee.
Shobna Gulati reads the story Ordinary Oscar by Laura Adkins and Sam Hearn.
Lee Ingleby reads The World Champion of Staying Awake, by Sean Taylor and Jimmy Liao.
Lee Ingleby reads Douglas, by G N Hargreaves.
Lee Ingleby reads First Week at Cow School, by Andy Cutbill and Russell Ayto.
Lee Ingleby reads Bedtime for Monsters, by Ed Vere.
Lee Ingleby reads Barry the Fish with Fingers and the Hairy Scary Monster, by Sue Hendra.
Kym Marsh reads Mine, by Rachel Bright.
Kym Marsh reads Zoe and Beans - Where's Binky Boo?, by Chloe Inkpen and Mick Inkpen.
Otto the Book Bear, by Kate Cleminson.
Tristan Gemmill reads Nat Fantastic and the Brave Knights of Old.
Tristan Gemmill reads The Big Snuggle Up, by Brian Patten.
Tristan Gemmill reads Silly Doggy, by Adam Stower.
Tristan Gemmill reads A Bed of Your Own, by Mij Kelly and Mary McQuillan.
Tristan Gemmill reads A Secret Worth Sharing, by Jonathan Emmett.
Frances Barber reads Ferdie's Christmas, by Julia Rawlinson and Tiphanie Beeke.
Simon Callow reads The Night Before Christmas, by Clement C Moore.
Lulu reads One Christmas Night, by M. Christina Butler and Tina Macnaughton.
Lulu reads One Christmas Night, by M Christina Butler and Tina Macnaughton.
Simon Callow reads The Night Before Christmas, by Clement C Moore.
Lulu reads The Fairytale Hairdresser, by Lauren Beard and Abie Longstaff.
Lulu reads Naughty Toes by Ann Bonwill and Teresa Murfin.
Simon Callow reads King Jack and the Dragon, by Peter Bentley and Helen Oxenbury.
Simon Callow reads The Smartest Giant in Town, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Lulu reads Lettice the Ice Princess, by Mandy Stanley.
Floella Benjamin reads Ferdie's Christmas, by Julia Rawlinson and Tiphanie Beeke.
Frances Barber reads The Magic Sky, by Lucy Richards.
Frances Barber reads Delilah Darling is in the Library, by Jeanne Willis and Rosie Reeve.
Frances Barber reads A House in the Woods, by Inga Moore.
Frances Barber reads Where on Earth Is the Moon? by Ruth Martin and Olivier Latyk.
Dan Walker reads Zog, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Dan Walker reads Who Am I? by Gervaise Phinn and Tony Ross.
Captain Buckleboots on the Naughty Step, by Mark Sperring and Tom McLaughlin.
Dan Walker reads Can Anybody Hear Me? by Jessica Meserve.
Dan Walker reads Ambrose Goes for Gold by Tor Freeman.
Katy Hill reads Wilbie Footie Mad! by Sally Chambers.
Katy Hill reads Eggday by Joyce Dunbar and Jane Cabrera.
Katy Hill reads When I Woke Up I Was a Hippopotamus, by Tom MacRae and Ross Collins.
Katy Hill reads The Baby Dragon Tamer by Jan Fearnley.
Katy Hill reads No More Kisses for Bernard by Niki Daly.
Warwick Davis reads The Cow That Laid an Egg, by Andy Cutbill and Russell Ayto.
It's Time to Sleep You Crazy Sheep, by Alison Ritchie and Cornelia Haas.
Phina Oruche reads The Perfect Hug, by Joanna Walsh and Judi Abbot.
Phina Oruche reads Mr Pusskins, by Sam Lloyd.
Phina Oruche reads Tell Me the Day Backwards, by Albert Lamb and David McPhail.
The Diabolical Mr Tiddles by Tom McLaughlin is read by Simon Pegg.
Sally Dynevor reads Bedtime Without Arthur, by Jessica Meserve.
Matthew McNulty reads Dog in Boots, by Greg Gormley.
Lucky Wish Mouse - Sweet Dreams, by Clara Vulliamy, is read by Stacey Solomon.
Floella Benjamin reads Don't Worry, Hugless Douglas, by David Melling.
Stephen Graham reads The Very Helpful Hedgehog by Rosie Wellesley.
Floella Benjamin reads Mother Knows Best by Jill Murphy.
Sally Dynevor reads The Big Adventure of the Smalls by Helen Stephens.
Stephen Graham reads The Snuggle Sandwich, by Malachy Doyle and Gwen Millward.
Stacey Solomon reads Sylvia and Bird by Catherine Rayner.
Simon Pegg reads Chickens Can't See in the Dark, by Kristyna Litten.
Stacey Solomon reads Zoe the Zebra Hurts Her Ankle, by Kes Gray and Mary McQuillan.
Matthew McNulty reads Zoe and Beans: Pants on the Moon, by Chloe and Mick Inkpen.
Sally Dynevor reads My Baby Sister, by Emma Chichester Clark.
Stephen Graham reads Harry and the Jaggedy Daggers, by Jan Fearnley.
Stacey Solomon reads Babbit, by Lydia Monks.
Simon Pegg reads Stanley's Stick, by John Hegley.
Floella Benjamin reads Baby Badger's Wonderful Night, by Karen Saunders.
Matthew McNulty reads Father Christmas on the Naughty Step, by Mark Sperring.
Sally Dynevor reads The Magical Snowman, by Catherine Walters.
Bernard Cribbins reads The Very Snowy Christmas, by Diana Hendry.
Bernard Cribbins reads The Very Snowy Christmas, by Diana Hendry.
Stephen Graham reads Giraffes Can't Dance, by Giles Andreae.
David Hasselhoff reads My Friend Nigel, by Jo Hodgkinson.
Floella Benjamin reads Little Nelly's Big Book, by Pippa Goodhart and Andy Rowland.
Simon Pegg reads Love Monster, by Rachel Bright.
Stacey Solomon reads Thank You for Looking After Our Pets, by Tim Hopgood.
David Hasselhoff reads Jack's Tractor, by Thomas Taylor and John Kelly.
Floella Benjamin reads Never Say No to a Princess, by Tracey Corderoy and Kate Leake.
Sally Dynevor reads George Flies South, by Simon James.
Matthew McNulty reads What's the Time Mr Wolf, by Debi Gliori.
Bernard Cribbins reads One Winter's Night by Claire Freedman and Simon Mendez.
Maxine Peake reads The Tiger Who Came to Tea, by Judith Kerr.
Guy Garvey reads Farmer Joe and the Music Show, by Tony Mitton and Guy Parker-Rees.
Dominic Wood reads The Bears in the Bed and The Great Big Storm.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor reads Boris Saves the Show, by Carrie Weston and Tim Warnes.
Adil Ray reads Homer the Library Cat, by Reeve Lindbergh and Anne Wilsdorf.
Sarah Alexander reads Freddie and the Fairy, by Julia Donaldson and Karen George.
Damian Lewis reads Peace at Last, by Jill Murphy.
Dom Wood reads My Friend the Weather Monster, by Steve Smallman and Bruno Merz.
Maxine Peake reads Five Minutes' Peace, by Jill Murphy.
Guy Garvey reads Prince Cinders, by Babette Cole.
Adil Ray reads Bear's Best Friend, by Lucy Coats and Sarah Dyer.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor reads I Love You When... by Annie Baker.
Damian Lewis reads I Got A Crocodile, by Nicola Killen.
Sarah Alexander reads Each Peach Pear Plum, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
Adil Ray reads The Kiss that Missed, by David Melling.
Maxine Peake reads Ben and Gran and the Whole, Wide, Wonderful World.
Guy Garvey reads Mr Big, by Ed Vere.
Sarah Alexander reads Mole's in Love, by David Bedford.
Dom Wood reads Lost and Found, by Oliver Jeffers.
Sally Phillips reads Come on, Daisy! by Jane Simmons.
James Bolam reads The Giant Jam Sandwich, by John Vernon Lord and Janet Burroway.
James Bolam reads A Friend For Little Bear, by Harry Horse.
Maxine Peake reads Florentine and Pig: Have a Very Lovely Picnic.
Dominic Wood reads Hey Presto! by Nadia Shireen.
Sarah Alexander reads Small Billy and the Midnight Star by Nette Hilton and Bruce Whatley.
Stephen Graham reads The Yoga Ogre, by Peter Bently and Simon Rickerty.
Sally Phillips reads The Jelly that Wouldn't Wobble by Angela Mitchell and Sarah Horne.
Guy Garvey reads Chu's Day, by Neil Gaiman and Adam Rex.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor reads The Snail and the Whale, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Damian Lewis reads Monty and Milli: The Totally Amazing Magic Trick.
Sally Phillips reads Bringing Down the Moon, by Jonathan Emmett and Vanessa Cabban.
Adil Ray reads Penguin and Pinecone, by Salina Yoon.
Sarah Alexander reads Cinderelephant, by Emma Dodd.
Maxine Peake reads The Worst Princess, by Anna Kemp and Sara Ogilvie.
James Bolam reads I Love My Grandpa by David Bedford.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor reads Baby Brains, by Simon James.
Damian Lewis reads the Baby in the Hat by Allan Ahlberg and Andre Amstutz.
Nicky Campbell reads Goodnight Digger, by Michelle Robinson and Nick East.
Angellica Bell reads A Very Strange Creature, by Ronda Armitage and Layn Marlow.
Peter Serafinowicz reads A Squash and a Squeeze, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Nicola Stephenson reads Sally's Secret, by Shirley Hughes.
Robert Webb reads The Great Balloon Hullabaloo by Peter Bently and Mei Matsuoka.
Sarah Gordy reads We're Not Sleepy, by Joanne Partis.
Nicky Campbell reads Ping and Pong are Best Friends (Mostly), by Tim Hopgood.
Robert Webb reads You're All My Favourites, by Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram.
Angellica Bell reads No-Bot, the Robot with No Bottom, by Sue Hendra.
Ashley Jensen reads Paper Dolls, by Julia Donaldson and Rebecca Cobb.
Nicky Campbell reads Can I Come Too? by Brian Patten and Nicola Bayley.
Nicola Stephenson reads Bumpus Jumpus Dinosaur Rumpus, by Tony Mitton and Guy Parker-Rees.
Peter Serafinowicz reads The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, retold by Helen Ward.
Adjoa Andoh reads Wash-a-Bye Bear, by Thomas Docherty.
Ted Robbins reads The Gigantic Turnip, by Aleksei Tolstoy and Niamh Sharkey.
Robert Webb reads Santasaurus, by Niamh Sharkey.
Ashley Jensen reads Too Noisy, by Malachy Doyle and Ed Vere.
Robert Webb reads The Big Animal Mix-Up by Gareth Edwards and Kanako Usui.
Angellica Bell reads My Sister Is an Alien, by Rachel Bright.
Peter Serafinowicz reads Happiness is a Watermelon on Your Head.
Ted Robbins reads the first part of Burglar Bill, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
Ted Robbins reads the second part of Burglar Bill, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
Nicola Stephenson reads Little One's Bedtime, by Suzi Moore and Rosie Reeve.
Chris Johnson reads Bob the Bursting Bear, by Michael Rosen and Tony Ross.
Ashley Jensen reads Wakey Wakey Big Brown Bear, by Tracey Corderoy and Rachel Swirles.
Robert Webb reads Rosie's Hat, by Julia Donaldson and Anna Currey.
Brian Cox reads The Way Back Home, by Oliver Jeffers.
Angellica Bell reads Down in the Woods at Sleepytime.
Louise Minchin reads Just Right for Two, by Tracey Corderoy and Rosalind Beardshaw.
Sarah Gordy reads The Very Busy Spider, by Eric Carle.
Peter Serafinowicz reads Time for Bed, Fred! by Yasmeen Ismail.
Angellica Bell reads Milo and the Moon Kangaroo, by Dan Taylor.
Nicky Campbell reads I Love My Daddy, by David Bedford.
Nicola Stephenson reads The Bunny That Couldn't Be Found, by Angela Mitchell.
Adjoa Andoh reads I Love You Night and Day, by Smriti Prasadam-Halls.
Ted Robbins reads Underpants Wonderpants, by Peter Bently.
Louise Minchin reads The Fish Who Could Wish, by John Bush and Korky Paul.
James Bolam reads Jack and the Flum Flum Tree, by Julia Donaldson and David Roberts.
Ashley Jensen reads Max and the Won't Go to Bed Show by Mark Sperring and Sarah Warburton.
Chris Johnson reads There There, by Sam McBratney and Ivan Bates.
Adjoa Andoh reads Elephant, by Petr Horacek.
Ted Robbins reads Marvin's Funny Dance, by Sarah McConnell.
Peter Serafinowicz reads I Am Not a Copycat!, by Ann Bowill and Simon Rickerty.
Charlie Condou reads Time for Bed, Little One - a story about a little fox.
Ashley Jensen reads Goldilocks and Just the One Bear, a story about a bear who gets lost.
Ben Faulks reads Marmaduke the Very Different Dragon. Marmaduke isn't like other dragons.
Liz Carr reads The Magic Porridge Pot, about a girl who is always hungry.
Ben Bailey Smith reads Some Dogs Do - some dogs have very special, secret talents.
Adjoa Andoh reads Handa's Surprise. Handa puts fruit in a basket to take to her friend.
Charlie Condou reads The Crocodile Who Didn't Like Water, by Gemma Merino.
Little Chick wants a good night's sleep in this story read by Nicola Stephenson.
Ben Faulks reads Hedgehugs, the story of two hedgehogs who would like to hug.
Sarah Gordy reads About A Bear, and finds out what makes bears happy.
Charlie Condou reads Oliver, a tale about a boy who is a little bit different.
Adjoa Andoh reads Herman's Letter, a story about Herman's best friend moving away.
Wave the Flag and Blow the Whistle is read by James Bolam.
Ben Bailey Smith reads Just Like My Dad, about a lion cub who can't wait to grow up.
Liz Carr tells the tale of a dad with a difference!
Scramble the otter can do many things, but the one thing he can't do is swim!
The forest animals are enjoying a peaceful day until something big comes along.
Bella is having a very bad day and everything is going wrong. Read by Ben Bailey Smith.
Anne-Marie Duff tells the tale of a very special dinosaur.
When Eddy goes in search of his missing teddy, he stumbles upon a very big surprise.
Emily Brown is trying to get to sleep but a strange sound keeps her awake.
Guy Garvey reads Mog the Forgetful Cat, by Judith Kerr.
Tom Hollander reads Cantankerous King Colin, by Phil Allcock and Steve Stone.
Liz Carr reads Oi Frog, by Kes Gray and Jim Field.
Ben Faulks reads Hamilton's Hats, by Martine Oborne and Axel Scheffler.
Anne-Marie Duff reads Pip and Posy: The Bedtime Frog, by Axel Scheffler.
Ore Oduba reads The Sports Day, by Nick Butterworth and Mick Inkpen.
Tom Hollander reads Captain Wag and the Polar Bears, by Michael Terry.
Sally Phillips reads Dogger, by Shirley Hughes.
Simon Pegg reads Cheer Up Your Teddy Bear, Emily Brown, by C Cowell and N Layton.
Maggie Aderin-Pocock reads Brave Little Owl, by Penny Little and Sean Julian.
Ben Bailey Smith reads Meet the Parents, by Peter Bently and Sara Ogilvie.
Anne-Marie Duff reads How to Lose a Lemur, by Frann Preston-Gannon.
Cookie Monster reads Love Monster and the Last Chocolate, by Rachel Bright.
Rosamund Pike reads Spaghetti with the Yeti.
Ben Faulks reads Alfie Gives a Hand, by Shirley Hughes.
Ellie Harrison reads Stuck in the Mud, by Jane Clarke and Garry Parsons.
Ben Bailey Smith reads There's a Dinosaur in My Bathtub, by Catalina Echeverri.
Maggie Aderin-Pocock reads Aliens Love Underpants, by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort.
Adil Ray reads Whatever Next!, by Jill Murphy.
Liz Carr reads Funnybones, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
Manish Bhasin reads this story about Snip's amazing journey of discovery.
Ellie Harrison reads The Night Pirates, by Peter Harris and Deborah Allwright.
Lisa Riley reads Too Many Tickles, by Thomas Taylor and Penny Dann.
Ore Oduba reads Footballer Fat Puss, by Harriet Castor and Colin West.
Rosamund Pike reads Never Ask a Dinosaur to Dinner, by Gareth Edwards and Guy Parker-Rees.
Damian Lewis reads Too Small for My Big Bed, by Amber Stewart and Layn Marlow.
Rosamund Pike reads Merry Christmas Blue Kangaroo, by Emma Chichester Clark.
Sir Derek Jacobi reads the classic Christmas tale The Nutcracker.
Sue Johnston reads tonight's bedtime story about a cheeky young hedgehog and his Grandma.
When Henny Penny thinks the sky is falling, she sets out on a journey to tell the king.
Henny Penny's journey to see the king has led her and her friends into danger.
James McAvoy reads No Matter What, by Debi Gliori.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor reads Mog in the Dark, by Judith Kerr.
Frank Skinner reads Billy's Bucket, by Kes Gray.
Ore Oduba reads Don't Spill the Milk, by Stephen Davies and Christopher Corr.
Ellie Harrison reads Hugh Shampoo, by Karen George.
Edith Bowman reads On My Way to the Bath, by Sarah Maizes.
Lisa Riley reads The Best Gift of All, by Jonathan Emmett.
Sir Derek Jacobi reads Frog in Winter, by Max Velthuijs.
James McAvoy reads Elizabeth McKay's Wee Granny's Magic Bag.
Manish Bhasin reads Welcome to Alien School, by Caryl Hart.
Maggie Aderin-Pocock reads Ruby Nettleship and the Ice Lolly Adventure.
James McAvoy reads Superworm, by Julia Donaldson.
Edith Bowman reads The Singing Mermaid, by Julia Donaldson.
Frank Skinner reads There's a Lion in My Cornflakes, by Michelle Robinson.
Manish Bhasin reads a bedtime story about a boy who has football fever.
Derek Jacobi reads Hairy Maclary Scattercat.
Maggie Aderin-Pocock reads Shark in the Dark.
What does a sheep do to fall asleep? Frank Skinner reads Russell the Sheep.
Sue Johnston reads Found.
Michael Underwood reads Lauren Child's story The New Small Person.
Liz Carr reads I Like Myself, by Karen Beaumont.
James McAvoy takes us on a space adventure with Danny and Dinosaur.
Sue Johnston reads Churchill's Tale of Tails. Churchill the pig loses his precious tail.
Edith Bowman reads I Wish I'd Been Born a Unicorn.
A princess and a pig are swapped by accident in the royal nursery.
Mr and Mrs Quest have a lovely home on top of a hill, but a rock is blocking their view.
Gemma Hunt reads Ten Little Pirates, by Mike Brownlow and Simon Rickerty.
Michael Underwood reads Snappy Birthday by Mark Sperring.
Lesley Manville reads Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney.
Nihal Arthanayake reads Tinysaurus by Sheryl Webster.
Mary Anne Hobbs reads Doctor Molly's Medicine Case by Miriam Moss.
Aaron McCusker reads Abracazebra by Helen Docherty.
Sue Johnston reads This Books Belongs to Aye-Aye by Richard Byrne.
Nadiya Hussain reads Fabulous Pie, by Gareth Edwards.
Samuel West reads The Jumblies, by Edward Lear.
Edith Bowman reads No Such Thing As Nessie, by Chani McBain.
Pete Dalton reads It's a Groovy World, Alfredo!, by Sean Taylor.
Alex Polizzi reads Halibut Jackson, by David Lucas.
Nihal Arthanayake reads Dogs Don't Do Ballet, by Anna Kemp.
Lesley Manville reads Aunt Amelia, by Rebecca Cobb.
Mary Anne Hobbs reads Dog Loves Books, by Louise Yates.
Shaun Dooley reads Sir Lilypad: A Tall Tale of a Small Frog, by Anna Kemp.
Aaron McCusker reads Dexter Bexley and the Big Blue Beastie, by Joel Stewart.
Sarah Gordy reads I Love You by Giles Andreae.
Michael Underwood reads Dinosaurs in the Supermarket, by Timothy Knapman.
Nadiya Hussain reads Tell Me What It's Like To Be Big, by Joyce Dunbar.
Samuel West reads Angry Arthur, by Hiawyn Oram.
Lesley Manville reads A Bed of Your Own, by Mij Kelly.
Tom Fletcher reads The Something, by Rebecca Cobb.
Sue Johnston reads Kipper's Toybox, by Mick Inkpen.
Nihal Arthanayake reads When Betsy Came to Babysit, by Elizabeth Dale.
Alex Polizzi reads Recipe for a Story, by Ella Burfoot.
Aaron McCusker reads Ridiculous, by Michael Coleman.
Samuel West reads The Bear and the Piano, by David Litchfield.
Nadiya Hussain reads Chocolate Mousse for Greedy Goose, by Julia Donaldson.
Aaron McCusker reads When the Dragons Came by Lynn Moore and Naomi Kefford.
Eve Myles reads The Dawn Chorus, by Suzanne Barton.
Pete Dalton reads Itchy Itch Itch, by Mara Bergman.
Esther Hall reads Can't Sleep Without Sheep, by Susanna Leonard Hill.
Shaun Dooley reads Scruffy Bear and the Lost Ball, by Chris Wormell.
Astronaut Tim Peake reads a bedtime story from space!
Esther Hall reads Grandad's Island, by Benji Davies.
Pete Dalton reads Tabby McTat, by Julia Donaldson.
Tom Fletcher reads Daddy's Sandwich, by Pip Jones.
Shaun Dooley reads Love from Louisa, by Simon Puttock.
Nadiya Hussain reads My Little Star, by Mark Sperring.
Michael Underwood reads The Dinosaurs Are Having a Party, by Gareth P Jones.
Rebecca Keatley helps Doodle Girl and her friends to solve the monkey mystery.
Andy Day reads the story of a very imaginative little boy.
Cerrie Burnell reads a delightful tale about how listening is a special skill.
Cat Sandion reads A beautiful story about following your dreams.
Ben Cajee reads the story of a young boy who loves kicking his ball more than anything.
Isla Fisher reads a charming tale about starting school.
Dr Ranj reads Four Silly Skeletons, by Mark Sperring, Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet.
Big Bird reads Birdsong, by Ellie Sandall.
Justin Fletcher reads a story about a little girl who is just like me and just like you.
Justin Fletcher reads a story about a fun journey with a very unusual family.
Dr Ranj with an encouraging tale about a little girl in hospital and her loving brother.
Mark Rhodes reads a story about a sausage dog whose trusty old blanket saves the day.
Sam Nixon reads Elephant's Pyjamas, by Michelle Robinson.
Maureen Lipman reads Grandma's House by Alice Melvin.
Maureen Lipman tells a story of the friendship between a little girl and a polar bear.
Join Dr Ranj to find out if one little slug really can save Christmas.
Justin Fletcher tells this festive tale about the night before Christmas.
Endearing tale about Santa's quest to get all the presents delivered in time for Christmas
You're all invited to a party with Tom Hardy in tonight's bedtime story.
Justin Fletcher tells a story about trying very hard not to yawn.
Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes read The Lion Inside, by Rachel Bright.
Isla Fisher reads Big by Tim Hopgood, a tale of a small boy who longs to be bigger.
Mark Rhodes reads Twist and Hop, Minibeast Bop, by Tony Mitton.
Tom Hardy reads The Cloudspotter, by Tom McLaughlin.
Sam Nixon reads a funny story about a quiet little tea party that turns rather chaotic.
Doctor Ranj reads The Short-Sighted Giraffe, by AH Benjamin.
Tom Hardy reads There's a Bear on My Chair, by Ross Collins.
Jessica Ennis-Hill reads Lion Practice, by Emma Carlisle.
Isla Fisher reads Everything, by Emma Dodd.
David Walliams reads a story about a very cheeky polar bear cub who loves to shout 'Boo'.
Actor Chris Evans reads Even Superheroes Have Bad Days, by Shelly Becker.
Mark Rhodes reads My Grandparents Love Me, by Claire Freedman.
Jessica Ennis-Hill reads Puffin Peter, by Petr Horacek.
Tom Hardy reads Odd Dog Out, by Rob Biddulph.
Actor Chris Evans reads Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site, by Sherri Duskey Rinker.
Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes read Oi Dog!, by Kes and Claire Gray.
Maureen Lipman reads Pamela Butchart's tale of a little girl who just can't keep still.
David Walliams reads his own story about a little girl and her very unusual pet Penelope.
Welcome to the Frog Olympics, hosted by Jessica Ennis-Hill. On your marks, get set, GO!
Chris Evans reads Goodnight World, by Debi Gliori.
Tom Hardy is joined by his dog Woody as he reads Fleabag, by Helen Stephens.
Suranne Jones reads Before I Wake Up, by Britta Teckentrup.
Dolly Parton reads Dog Loves Books, by Louise Yates.
David Walliams reads his own story, The Slightly Annoying Elephant.
Mark Bonnar reads Hugless Douglas, by David Melling.
Floella Benjamin reads a very special bedtime story about friendship.
Jennie McAlpine reads tonight's story, all about a little girl who doesn't like her hair.
Join JB for a story about a boy trying to find the perfect pet for his little sister.
Fearless Blue Penguin goes on an adventure with his kite to a tropical paradise.
Snow is in the air, so snuggle up as the hills turns white.
Santa's sleigh breaks down. Can Russell the sheep help Santa?
Doctor Who's Pearl Mackie reads a futuristic version of a classic fairy tale.
Dolly Parton reads Stuck in the Mud, by Jane Clarke.
Pearl Mackie reads Ellie's Magic Wellies, by Amy Sparkes.
Eddie Redmayne reads a story about a little girl and her ideal pet.
Emily Watson tells us about Rapunzel and the letter that changes her life.
Tapir finds a new way to express himself in tonight's bedtime story read by Emily Watson.
Eddie Redmayne reads a heartwarming bedtime story about being yourself.
Natalie Dormer reads Love Monster and the Scary Something, by Rachel Bright.
Floella Benjamin reads a story about a girl who is great at hide-and-seek.
Celia Imrie reads Bee: Nature's Tiny Miracle, by Patricia Hegarty.
Jennie McAlpine reads a story about a brave crow's journey in search of warmth in winter.
Tonight's bedtime story, read by Celia Imie, is about the everlasting love of a parent.
Join JB to find out how families can come in lots of different shapes and sizes.
Natalie Dormer reads a story about a big dragon with a big problem: how to impress a king?