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Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake .......................India Brown Rafe Hendrick ...............Reece Shearsmith Martha………………………Becky Wright The Butcher……………….Guy Adams The Guide………………….Ewan Bailey Mother………………………Taj Atwal Dougie……………………….Tom Barnard Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes The Song of the Stones was written by AK Benedict and arranged and conducted by Paul Simpson. The singers were Jo Browse, Mark Browse and Adam Browse A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4

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  • Children of the Stones podcast

    Episode 10

    20:42

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ......................India Brown Rafe Hendrick .............Reece Shearsmith Adam Brake .................Steve Oram Martha…………………….Becky Wright Villagers…………………..Ewan Bailey, Richard Reed Podcasters.....................Dan Starkey, Paul Morris Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray. Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes The Song of the Stones was written by AK Benedict and arranged and conducted by Paul Simpson. The singers were Jo Browse, Mark Browse and Adam Browse. A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
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    Episode 9

    18:24

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ....................India Brown Rafe Hendrick ............Reece Shearsmith Adam Brake ................Steve Oram Radio presenter……….Danny Robins Sam/TV host…………....Richard Reed Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
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    Episode 8

    11:51

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ....................India Brown Rafe Hendrick ............Reece Shearsmith Laces ..............................Ralph Ineson Rafiq ...............................Jairaj Varsani Jess .................................Teddie Malleson-Allen Tom…………………………Louis Suc Priya………………………..Taj Atwal Mrs Everett……………...Lizzie Roper Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray. Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
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    Episode 7

    11:50

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ....................India Brown Rafe Hendrick ............Reece Shearsmith Adam Brake ................Steve Oram Laces ..............................Ralph Ineson Rafiq ...............................Jairaj Varsani Jess .................................Teddie Malleson-Allen Colin………………………..Ewan Bailey Priya………………………...Taj Atwal Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray. Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
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    Episode 6

    16:58

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ....................India Brown Rafe Hendrick ............Reece Shearsmith Adam Brake ................Steve Oram Laces ..............................Ralph Ineson Rafiq ...............................Jairaj Varsani Jess .................................Teddie Malleson-Allen Priya………………………...Taj Atwal Colin………………………...Ewan Bailey Sam………………………….Richard Reed Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray. Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
  • Children of the Stones podcast

    Episode 5

    13:50

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake .......................India Brown Rafe Hendrick ...............Reece Shearsmith Martha………………………Becky Wright The Butcher……………….Guy Adams The Guide………………….Ewan Bailey Mother………………………Taj Atwal Dougie……………………….Tom Barnard Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes The Song of the Stones was written by AK Benedict and arranged and conducted by Paul Simpson. The singers were Jo Browse, Mark Browse and Adam Browse A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
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    Episode 4

    15:31

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ......................India Brown Rafe Hendrick .............Reece Shearsmith Adam Brake .................Steve Oram Rafiq ...............................Jairaj Varsani Jess .................................Teddie Malleson-Allen Priya………………………..Taj Atwal Reporter…………………..Becky Wright Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes The Song of the Stones was written by AK Benedict and arranged and conducted by Paul Simpson. The singers were Jo Browse, Mark Browse and Adam Browse. A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
  • Children of the Stones podcast

    Episode 3

    15:58

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ..................India Brown Adam Brake ..............Steve Oram Rafiq ............................Jairaj Varsani Jess ..............................Teddie Malleson-Allen Tom……………………….Louis Suc Priya………………………Taj Atwal Colin………………………Ewan Bailey Shop lady………………Becky Wright Teacher………………….Lizzie Roper Vicar………………………Richard Reed Students………………...Stanley Silver, Louie Silver, Charlotte Harrison, Kim Stevens and Tom Barnard Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
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    Episode 2

    15:15

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series – described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ....................India Brown Rafe Hendrick ............Reece Shearsmith Adam Brake ................Steve Oram Laces ..............................Ralph Ineson Rafiq ...............................Jairaj Varsani Jess .................................Teddie Malleson-Allen Tom………………………....Louis Suc Therapist…………………Taj Atwal Physiotherapist………..Richard Reed Surgeon……………………Guy Adams Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray. Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4
  • Children of the Stones podcast

    Episode 1

    14:15

    Mia Brake and her archaeometrist father Adam move to Milbury, a village framed by an ancient stone circle. But all is not right in Milbury. The stones emit a strange power. The villagers are eerily happy, greeting each other with the unnerving phrase "Happy Day!" And at the village school the other children can solve incredibly complex mathematical problems. As one-by-one her friends join the Happy People, Mia must uncover the secret of the stones. Children of the Stones is a new adaptation of the cult 1977 television series - described by comedian Stewart Lee as 'the scariest programme ever made for children.' Cast: Mia Brake ...................India Brown Adam Brake ..............Steve Oram Laces ............................Ralph Ineson Rafiq ............................Jairaj Varsani Jess ..............................Teddie Malleson-Allen Tom………………………Louis Suc Producer/director: Simon Barnard Writers: AK Benedict and Guy Adams, based upon the television serial by Jeremy Burnham and Trevor Ray. Sound Designer: Richard Fox Music: Edwin Sykes A Bafflegab Production for BBC Radio 4

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