Puffin Podcast: Mission Imagination
S1, E2: Animals
Season 1, Ep. 2
Humza, Ausra, Theo and Ayisha head into the Animal Kingdom to ask: Can elephants jump? Are birds dinosaurs? They laugh their way around the best animal impressions, the silliest jokes and facts, plus Humza challenges the gang to work out if his tiger at the zoo story is true or false! Featuring an audiobook extract of ‘Charlie Morphs into a Mammoth’ by Sam Copeland.
S1, E1: Under the Sea
Season 1, Ep. 1
Humza and the gang dive under the sea to ask: How many hearts does an octopus have? Can dolphins really speak to each other? Plus the gang battles it out in the joke-off, creates the wildest story from the bottom of the ocean and Humza tells a tall tale about a suspicious jellyfish... Featuring an audiobook extract of ‘Cream Buns and Crime’ by Robin Stevens.
S1, E3: Space
Season 1, Ep. 3
Humza and his sidekicks blast-off into space to work out: what would you say if you met an alien? How do astronauts go to the loo? And most importantly... who has the most out-of-this world joke?! Plus Theo, Ausra and Ayisha try to work out if Humza reealllly had a UFO encounter and the Story Generator game has a meteoric result! Featuring an audiobook extract of ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball’ by Jeff Kinney.
Puffin Podcast: Mission Imagination Trailer
Get ready for Mission Imagination – the new series of the Puffin Podcast. Each episode will whoosh you a way to a different magical world created by a fantastic Puffin author. Hosted by the hilarious Babatunde Aleshe, alongside two young Puffineers, there’ll be a new adventure for each week of the summer holidays. From magical forests to underwater worlds, you’ll be taken to lands where sweets really do grow on trees, where puffins are rulers of the land, and where you can swim in a sea of chocolate. But, be warned, there are rules for stepping foot in these dreamlands - and when rules are broken, danger follows . . . What Danger? Well, you’ll have to tune in to find out. New episode drops every Wednesday. Have your pen, paper and notebook ready to scribble any story ideas of your own along the way. Listeners can send in there Would You Rather questions for authors and ideas bout their magical world to email@example.com