Storynory is the first and most loved story podcast. We've been around since 2005 and kids have grown up with us. We are both educational and entertaining. We offer a mixture of original stories and myths from around the world. All our stories are brilliantly read by professional actors. So listen in - and enjoy our audio!
Free audio stories for kids
Free audio stories for kids
Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland read by Natasha of Storynory. A free audio book podcast.
Katie is an ordinary girl apart from one thing - she's a witch and can do magic spells
Bertie is the guiding spirit of Storynory. Once he was a prince. Now he's a frog who tells stories.
In each episode, Dan Walker Smith explains a phrase from one of the many audio stories that can be downloaded, for free, from Storynory .com and the Storynory Podcast
We bring you the Wizard of Oz beautifully read by Natasha for Storynory
The greatest legends from the time when gods and goddesses roamed the earth and mingled with humans. These stories reflect the origins of Western Literature.
The 1001 nights were told by Sherehezade to captivate King Shahryar. They are full of action, mystery and romance.
Fairytales, stories and folktales from the mouths of storytellers around the world. For parents, children, families, librarians, teachers and people who are obsessed with "once upon a time" and "happily ever after". Gathering folktales from around the world with princesses, ghosts, clever Jacks and giants. Grimm Download the MP3, Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher or listen at www.storystorypodcast.com. The Stories Podcast, The Story Podcast, Reading With Your Kids Podcast, Sto ...
Hans Christian Andersen grew up in a Danish village and moved to the big city. His graceful and artistic fairy tales poke fun at vanity
Includes A Christmas Carol adapted for kids Humbug !
The Brothers Grimm collected folk stories from German households in the 19th C. Some of their tales have dark under-currents of psychology, others are romantic and amusing.
Happy Diwali! Song of a Dream’, a charming poem by the Indian Poetess, Sarojini Naidu, whom Mahatma Gandhi called the "Indian Nightingale" Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Storynory See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Storynory
Warm and comforting a bowl full of story and soup are the ingredients to this episode! Join Isabelle Hauser as you hear Norah Dooley tell "Guifa Soup and Money" and Simon Brooks (yes, that Simon!) tells a story from his new album "Stone Soup".By Simon Brooks, Norah Dooley
For better or for worse, there are secrets between the spouses in these stories. Hear Cathryne Fairlee tell "Sir Garwaf" and Brenda Wong Aoki tell "Twilight Crane".By Story Story Podcast
All that glitters is not gold - but sometimes it is! Join Host Simon Brooks as he bring all the shiny things with Jenni Cargill-Strong telling "The Golden Goose" and Jane Dorfman telling "The Giant with Three Golden Hairs".By Story Story Podcast
Sometimes the curse can be the cure. Join Isabelle Hauser as she brings you stories from Elisa Pearmain telling "Dervish in the Ditch" and Liz Weir telling "The King with Horses Ears".
Mum's birthday is on Halloween. The family is flying to New York to celebrate, but the plane they board is not at all what they are expecting - it is luxurious, old fashioned, and rather strange. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Storynory See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Storynory
Could you go walking in a graveyard at night? If you could, this story will make it clear why you probably should not. Hear Ingrid Nixon tell "Mary Culhane". CW: This episode features a story that has elements for older listeners. Please listen to it first to determine if it is suitable for younger ears!…
Beware houses made of candy! Join Simon Brooks for a spooky walk through the woods and storytellers Ed Stivender telling "Hansel and Gretel" and Tim Lowry telling "Getting the Creeps". This October episode is safe for all listeners!By Story Story Podcast
Never break a promise, especially in a haunting story. Join Isabelle Hauser as she brings you Alton Chung telling "A Promise Broken". CW: This episode features a story that has elements for older listeners. Please listen to it first to determine if it is suitable for younger ears!By Story Story Podcast
Have you heard the "bell-beat" of swans wings as they fly over the water? This poem by WB Yeats evokes that sound as well as the autumn months. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Storynory See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Storynory
Sometimes you have to journey as the darkness closes in and in that darkness, strange things can happen. In this episode hear The Devils Violin (Daniel Morden, Oliver Wilson-Dickson, Sarah Moody) telling "The Devil and the Gypsy" and Rona Leventhal telling "The Pipers Revenge".By Story Story Podcast
Phaeton, the sun of Apollo, longs to meet his father. Simon Brooks hosts Megan Wells in her debut on this podcast telling "Phaeton and Apollo".By Story Story Podcast
Katie the Ordinary Witch is back with a super-funny story about her magical cat Solomon who is both big-headed and thin-skinned. He has gone missing. What can he possibly be up to?By Storynory
Katie the Ordinary Witch is back with a super-funny story about her magical cat Solomon who is both big-headed and thin-skinned. He has gone missing. What can he possibily be up to? Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Storynory See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Storynory
It takes unique minds to solve mythical problems. Join host Isabelle Hauser and hear Joel Ben Izzy telling "The King's Riddles" and Virginia Fox telling "The Little Unicorn".By Story Story Podcast
Here come the cats, big cats, small cats, soft cats, mean cats. Enjoy Tim Lowry telling "Jack and the Cat Girl" and Pam Faro telling "When the Cat came to Mohammad".By Story Story Podcast
Egyptian Pharaoh Amasis made friends with powerful Greeks of his time. We include a famous story about the Greek ruler, Polycrates of Samos, and his golden ring. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Storynory See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Storynory
Some villages have bakers as patron saints. Some cities don't allow people to chew gum. In these stories, the villages have strange laws and strange problems. Hear host Simon Brooks bring you Priscilla Howe telling "The Village with No Cats" and Rachel Ann Harding tell "Hiding the Old Man".By Story Story Podcast
In part two of our space adventure, Astropup puts on the Virtual Reality Goggles and climbs the seventh mountain of Genius which is dedicated to food. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Storynory See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Storynory
Doctors prescribe against monkeys jumping on the bed but I must share this entire episode is about monkey business. Hear Isabelle Hauser host Cindy Rivka Marshall telling "Monkey and Crocodile" and Cathryne Fairlee telling "Monkey Brothers"
Here they are! The three winners to our 'How to Spot a Robot' Competition, and we read out all of your replies. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Storynory See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Storynory
Molly O'Donahue is clever, but terribly shy. How will she ever find the courage to have a story of her own? Hear Norah Dooley spin the classic tale "Molly O'Donahue".By Story Story Podcast