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The Demon’s Head

The Demon’s Head – The Collector welcomes you to his House of Horrible Things to tell the gruesome story of the demon Mahishashura, his confrontation with the Goddess Durga, and how he came to lose his head.

A story for the Hindu festival of Navaratri, narrated by Tim McInnerny.

Animation by Ceiren Bell.

CREDITS

Nominated for the Animation Award at the Children’s BAFTAs 2019.

The Gospel of Matthew – The Nativity

The Gospel of Matthew – The Nativity – A dramatised extract from Matthew’s Gospel that tells his version of the Christmas story (Matthew 1:14 through to 2:23). See what Luke had to say about it by following the link below.

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

The Gospel of Luke – The Nativity

The Gospel of Luke – The Nativity – A dramatised extract from Luke’s Gospel that tells his version of the Christmas story (Luke 1: 26 to 38, and Luke 2: 1-21). See what Matthew had to say about it by following the link below.

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

I Am Pagan

I Am Pagan – The number of Pagans in the UK has doubled in recent years, and you probably follow some Pagan traditions yourself without even realising it. Nick Taylor – a practising pagan himself – talks us through the eight Pagan festivals, their links to the natural year, and the influence they’ve had on many British traditions.

Mary’s Lullaby

Mary’s Lullaby – If you’re the sentimental type, grab a hanky right now. Here’s a dramatic reconstruction of the Nativity to the accompaniment of a specially composed song. Happy Christmas!

Video footage courtesy of BigBook Media.

The song was written by Jessica Toogood and you can read the lyrics here.

The Resurrection

The Resurrection – In the last of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Jesus’ burial and resurrection. The voiceover was written and performed by Thomas Hanigan and Daniel Flynn who won TrueTube’s Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2014.

The Crucifixion

The Crucifixion – In the second of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Jesus’ trial and crucifixion. The voiceover was written and performed by Mia Stoop who won TrueTube’s Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2014.

The Last Supper

The Last Supper – In the first of three films telling the Easter story, we see the events of Palm Sunday, the Last Supper and Jesus’ arrest. The voiceover was written and performed by Amelia Weaver who won TrueTube’s Jesus Christ Voiceover Star competition in 2014.

Life is a Journey

Life is a Journey

How many new beginnings have you been through? Here is an animated introduction to ‘Rites of Passage’, thinking about life as a journey and the things that happen along the way.

The Formation of the Khalsa

The Formation of the Khalsa

What would you die for? A report from the Punjab in India where the Sikh leader, Guru Gobind Singh, is asking people to stand up for their faith with an unusual question: “Who will give their head to my sword?” Animation by Ceiren Bell