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The Wind in the Willows

By: Kenneth Grahame
Narrated by: Sarah Bacaller,Rob Goll,Graham Scott,David Shears,Ron Altman,Anna Grace,Linda Barrans
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The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame. Presented by the Online Stage.

The Wind in the Willows, first published in 1908, is one of the most beloved of all children's classics and has been adapted on multiple occasions for presentation on stage, in film, and as an opera.

The action centers on the efforts of Mole, Rat, and Badger to discipline and reform their wealthy and self-destructive friend Toad, who lives in a splendid mansion known as Toad Hall.

Much of the charm of the narrative lies in the vivid descriptions of the natural habitat of the various animal characters.


  • Narrator - Sarah Bacaller
  • Mole - Rob Goll
  • Rat - Graham Scott
  • Toad - David Shears
  • Badger - Ron Altman
  • Otter - Mark Crowle-Groves
  • Gaoler's Daughter - Anna Grace
  • Sea Rat - Ben Stevens
  • Barge Woman - Linda Barrans
  • Additional voices provided by Trisha Rose, Christianne Lupher, P J Morgan, Alan Weyman, Phil Benson, Peter Tucker, Leanne Yau, and Denis Daly.

Audio edited by Denis Daly.

Public Domain (P)2020 The Online Stage

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