Series: The Chronicles of Narnia: BBC Radio

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Tales Of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (BBC Young Collection) by C. S. Lewis1 (or 2)
Prince Caspian [BBC Radio Presents] by C. S. Lewis2 (or 4)
The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" (BBC Radio Collection: Chronicles of Narnia) by C. S. Lewis3 (or 5)
The Silver Chair [BBC Radio Collection] by C. S. Lewis4 (or 6)
The Horse and His Boy (BBC Radio Collection: Chronicles of Narnia) by C. S. Lewis5 (or 3)
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician's Nephew [BBC Radio Presents] by C. S. Lewis6 (or 1)
The Last Battle [BBC Radio] by C. S. Lewis7
The Complete Chronicles of Narnia: The Classic BBC Radio 4 Full-Cast Dramatisations by C. S. Lewis1-7

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Series description

C. S. Lewis' Narnia stories, dramatised by Brian Sibley for BBC radio. This list presents them in the order of the books' publication, with the "chronological" order in parentheses.


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