Fred with the vikings
lmagine that: You are on a real Viking ship, but trapped as a slave. From now on you have only one goal: To free yourself and become a free human being again. You will experience a lot of adventures. This is exactly how the following radio play begins, which is the subject of this double CD.
The name of the radio play is "Fred with the Vikings - Jarl Ragnald's Legacy", is an archaeologically researched adventure and recommended for children aged 10 and over. It was published by "Birge Tetzner" and has been available in stores since October 2014. You get 2 CDs with a total duration of 158 minutes. The radio play has been written especially for children. However, due to the story, which contains interesting facts and excellent background music, it can also be heard by adults at any time.
- 2 Audio CDs
- Playtime approx. 156 min
- Knowledge radio play from 10 years on
- atmospheric background noise
- Facts fit harmoniously into the dramatically composed plot
- Listening is fun even for those with an education
- as narrator: Andreas Fröhlich, the speaker of Bob Andrews from "The Three??"
Author, director: Birge Tetzner
music composition, sound design, arrangement: Rupert Schellenberger
Content of the radio play
Now the more detailed content of the radio play will be brought closer to you. As mentioned above, it is about the boy "Fred", the main character, who one day finds himself as a slave on a Viking boat. But soon he gets free with the help of "Ivar", a Viking son, and lives almost a whole year in the Viking village. And there he learns a lot about the culture or habits of life and hears various stories about Odin, Thor and Loki. Until, of course, the grand finale comes at the end.
Advantages and added value
First and foremost is the fun: the children simply enjoy listening to the story of "Fred with the Vikings" so much that they are often breathless with tension. But such a radio play not only has the advantage of enthusiasm for exciting stories, but also offers a lot on the learning level. Children (as well as adults) playfully learn an incredible amount about the culture and customs of the ancient Vikings, and often puzzle over what could happen next. Thus, even for educated Viking fans, there is always something new worth knowing in the story and at the end leaves behind a well enlightened listener who understands the Vikings in their time and can classify them.
You are definitely in the right place with the radio play if you want to give your child a suitable gift that is both very useful for his or her knowledge as well as exciting and adventurous. The little ones will forget everything around them and have a great time with Fred.
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