Two Hour Road Trip Reel: 'Animal Kingdom'
Is there a very long road trip ahead of you? We've got you! This playlist features two hours of your favorite Circle Round stories about our furry and feathered friends.
'The King And The Cobbler' | Circle Round 36
When the most powerful person in the land has never relied on himself, trouble ensues! Keith David ("Greenleaf") and James Naughton ("The Blacklist," "Our Town") co-star in a folktale that claims many homes--from Afghanistan to Greece.
'The Months Of The Year' | Circle Round 35
What would it be like to experience the months of the year--out of order? Joshua Rush ("Andi Mack") and Ailsa Chang (NPR) co-star in this story which has its origins in Russia, Greece, and the Czech Republic.
'The Perfect Partnership' | Circle Round 33
Being a good partner is all about give and take. But in today’s story, Sam Sanders (NPR) and Joshua Johnson (WAMU) co-star in a Ghanaian story about one man who's far more interested in the taking.
'The Friendship Orchard' | Circle Round 32
NPR's own Linda Wertheimer and Susan Stamberg co-star in a Kazakh folktale about lifelong friends whose bond is tested by the unexpected discovery of big treasure.
Announcing The Best Summer Giveaway Ever!
We've teamed up with Pipsticks--the awesome sticker subscription service--for an awesome summer giveaway that is sure to keep everyone busy and crafting and creating-- while listening, of course!
Presenting 'You And The Beanstalk': An Interactive Audio Story
Earplay and WBUR have co-produced "You and the Beanstalk," an interactive audio story for kids ages 6-12. This project features the talents of the Circle Round team, including narration by Rebecca Sheir and original score and sound design by Eric Shimelonis.
Thoughtfully-selected folktales from around the world are adapted for today's families and feature top talent from the stage and screen. With original music and sound design, these stories delve into topics such as kindness, persistence and generosity. Geared for kids ages 4 to 10 and their grown-ups; created and produced by parents of young children.