Finding Never Never Land
Helen Mark reads from J.M. Barrie's early work and takes us on a journey to the real Never Never Land, out into the landscape that is believed to have inspired Never Never Land and the adventures of Peter Pan himself. We also get to hear of the great sadness that surrounded Barrie's early life.
Available since: Sat 29 Dec 2012
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