Fred in ancient Rome - In the shadow of the Colosseum
You must be stronger than all those who attack you!
We leave the arena as winners or not at all. But if we die upright and brave and without hesitation, we even defeat death - and live on as heroes, which we train here in the ludus, in the shadow of the Colosseum.
With the night train to Rome! Immediately after their arrival, Fred and Grandpa Alfred follow in the footsteps of the ancient Romans. The tour begins at the Forum Romanum. For centuries, the Forum Romanum was the navel of the world. What did it look like back then, when the Caesars were celebrated with magnificent triumphal processions?
In the Colosseum, building researcher Flavia takes them behind the scenes to the basement. Fred is even allowed to ride into the arena in a replica elevator. But suddenly everything is different:
He hears wild cats hissing and bears roaring. When the elevator goes down again, Fred knows that he has landed in ancient Rome! He becomes the assistant of the Medicus and even moves into the gladiator school. The mean emperor Commudus has thought up a special attraction for the festival. Fred has an idea. Will it work?
Your children can discover and experience not only the Colosseum but also ancient Rome in an age-appropriate, exciting and lively way. The ancient world, art and culture are brought closer in a simple and archaeologically valuable way. The radio play scores points for the exciting journey through time, the brilliant narration and the stirring storytelling for young and old!
- 2 Audio CD German language
- playtime ca. 132 min
- knowledge radio play from 9 years
- facts fit harmoniously into the dramatically composed plot
- Listening is fun even for those who have been trained
- Very lively and plausibly presented
- creates mood and atmosphere
Radio plays by Ultramar- suitable for children and archaeologically valuable
With the "Fred - archaeological adventure - hearing plays" it concerns knowledge hearing plays for children starting from 8 years, which score by atmospheric noises, affectionately arranged Artwork and child-fair and exciting knowledge transfer. The young publishing house Ultramar has set itself the goal with its radio plays of making both children and adults interested in history, archaeology and past cultures. After all, education should include fun, broaden horizons and sharpen the view of the present. The young and old listeners will forget everything around them and have a great time with Fred.
Author, Director: Birge Tetzner
music composition, sound design, arrangement: Rupert Schellenberger, ultramar labs
Speakers: Andreas Fröhlich, Remo Schulze, Jürgen Thormann, Tim Sander and many others
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