Welcome to the competition channel of the Settle Storytelling Festival.
We’re looking for Britain’s best newcomer to storytelling. This year we celebrate the bicentenary of the publication of Grimm’s Household Tales and invite entrants to tell a Grimm story. Record and upload your entry here by August 31st 2012.
Prizes include £50.00, £25.00 and £10.00 and festival tickets. The overall winner will be invited to perform at the Storytelling Festival 2012. This year’s line-up includes award winning and international storytellers. This is your chance to share the stage with them.
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Here you’ll find the very best bits from the Jermey Vine show on BBC Radio 2 - insightful debate on the biggest new stories and thought-provoking contributions from listeners.
If you’d like to respond to the stories featured here – or comment on any topic on the show – just hit the record button below. The programme team will hear your comments and, if they’re good enough, they might be broadcast on air.
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