Tales from Ancient Greece (BBC Learning)

Tales from Ancient Greece (BBC Learning)

Well-known stories from Greek mythology, told in a way you won't have heard before. Hermes, winged messenger of the gods, is our guide. His stories are full of laughter and sorrow and unusual people, places and creatures. The series includes such favourites as the story of Persephone, King Midas, the Minotaur and Medusa. The stories are particularly suitable for children aged 9 to 11. Programme duration: 15 minutes

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