The BFG | official trailer #1 (2016) Steven Spielberg Roald Dahl
The BFG | official trailer #2 (2016) Steven Spielberg Roald Dahl
The animated version of The BFG on YouTube.
WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY: Pure Imagination Gene Wilder (1971)
The Dentist and the Crocodile by Roald Dahl
This is an audio performance of Roald Dahl reading his poem, "The Dentist and the Crocodile".
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre
This great little Museum is aimed at 6-12 year-olds and their families and is situated in Roald Dahl's home village. Visitors can find out about Roald Dahl's life and stories using touch-screen monitors, hands-on exhibits and activities. Workshops, events and free storytelling take place at weekends and in school holidays.
Saving Roald Dahl's hut
This piece first broadcast on 13 Sept 2011. Televised on UK's regional television ITV1 London. Programme -- London Tonight.
Puffin Virtually Live: Roald Dahl Day
An unmissable interactive webcast with Quentin Blake and Michael Rosen: -Roald Dahl's legendary illustrator Quentin Blake drawing live and in conversation with the award-winning writer Michael Rosen, author of the brand-new Fantastic Mr Dahl - Michael and Quentin answering your questions - Special guest appearance by actor and comedian David Walliams as The BFG - Behind the scenes footage from the Roald Dahl Museum and Storytelling Centre.
Puffin Virtually Live: Roald Dahl Day 2014 (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Extravaganza!)
Join host Helen Skelton and the cast of the new musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for a whipple-scrumptious Roald Dahl Day show! Draw with Sir Quentin Blake, get crafty with Claudia Winkelman, meet Roald Dahl expert Michael Rosen, drool over purple donuts by chef Justin Gellatly and join the first global sing-along of PURE IMAGINATINATION led by Willy Wonka and Charlie Bucket.
Michael Rosen investigates Roald Dahl.
BBC Education ClipsAn amusing, though somewhat stomach turning, dramatisation of Mrs Twit's Squiggly Spaghetti trick.
Non-uniform day is on Wednesday 18th October, to raise money for the Rosie-May Foundation..................£1 per child for non-uniform and 20p each to buy a cake............Cake sale after school for parents..................