Programmes to download

Programmes to download at any time

Here is a selection of programmes that we are able to offer for download at any time. The files are .zip files which contain the programmes in mp3 format. Download the zip file and then extract the mp3s. You can right click the 'Download' link and then 'Save target as' (PC) or 'Download Linked File' (Mac) to save the file.

Due to rights restrictions we are only able to offer a portion of School Radio programmes this way, though many others are also available to download as podcasts for 30 days after transmission. For more information see our FAQ page.

Download programmes

Dinosaurs (Time to Move - Autumn 2010)

Mary Anning...a time-slip adventure...and an unusual sleep-over!

Victorian Christmas (Time to Move - Autumn 2010)

Exploring a traditional Christmas

The Rescue Party (Let's Move - Spring 2011)

Exploring a Percy the Parkeeper story through movement

Oceans (Time to Move - Summer 2011)

Three programmes exploring above and below the waves

Summer camping (Time to Move - Summer 2011)

Time to get the tent out for this unit of three episodes

Podcasts

Podcasts

Current podcasts

See all School Radio and other Learning podcasts available from the BBC Podcast Directory.

The Tales of Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter

Enjoy our new collection of Beatrix Potter's well-known tales retold by an all-star cast for a young audience.

Just Think...

Just Think

Just Think...

Get to grips with life’s big questions with our new series ‘Just Think…’

Contact us

Contact us

Contact us

We welcome your feedback, suggestions and pupils' work.

WW1 commemoration

WW1 Performance Pack

WW1 Performance Pack

Commemorate the outbreak of WW1 by staging our specially-written play 'Archie Dobson's War'.

Private Peaceful - listen now!

Click to listen to Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo

Private Peaceful

All 13 episodes of Michael Morpurgo's moving WW1 story are available to listen to online.

Teacher's notes

Teacher's Notes

Online Teacher's Notes

Notes to support the programmes. For Autumn 2014 onwards Notes are on individual series pages.