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The Screwtape Letters. All four were shown on the PBS show WonderWorks and they were nominated for a total of 14 awards, including an Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Children's Program".

On October 3, , the C. Lewis Company announced that Netflix had acquired the rights to new film and television series adaptations of the Narnia books.

Collectively titled Tales of Narnia it covers the entire series and is approximately 15 hours long. In , the whole series was released in the author's preferred order [4] as a single audio book on Audible titled The Complete Chronicles of Narnia by BBC Worldwide with a total runtime of 15 hours 11 minutes. The production included a cast of over a hundred actors including Paul Scofield as "The Storyteller" and David Suchet as "Aslan" , an original orchestral score and cinema-quality digital sound design.

The total running time is slightly over 22 hours.

Douglas Gresham, the stepson of C. Lewis, hosts the series. In the United States, the former is available only on audio cassette and the latter is distributed on CD.

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Script adaptation by Wayne Olson, with original music score by Kevin Norberg. The novel was adapted for the stage by Adrian Mitchell, with music by Shaun Davey. The production was well received and ran during the holiday season from to , at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford. The production also subsequently transferred to play limited engagements in London at the Barbican Theatre, and at Sadler's Wells. The London Evening Standard wrote Lucy Pitman-Wallace's beautiful recreation of Adrian Noble's production evokes all the awe and mystery of this mythically complex tale, while never being too snooty to stoop to bracingly comic touches like outrageously camp reindeer or a beaver with a housework addiction Adrian Mitchell's adaptation later premiered in the US with the Tony award-winning Minneapolis Children's Theatre Company in , and had its west-coast premiere with Seattle Children's Theatre playing the Christmas slot in its β€”03 season and was revived for the β€”04 season.

This adaptation is licensed for performance in the UK by Samuel French.Then, on Harry's eleventh birthday, a great beetle-eyed giant of a man called Rubeus Hagrid bursts in with some astonishing news: Great novel.

November 2, at 8: A classic that is well loved and even my youngest children thought it was remarkable. The reader can suspend disbelief and truly go through the magical wardrobe. The Last Battle. Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator.

On October 3, , the C.