UK: Gudrun The Viking Princess Will Air On CBeebies From January 15th



Gudrun The Viking Princess Narrated By David Tennant will air on CBeebies beginning from Monday 15th January. Two episodes will air daily from 5.35pm. The enchanting new CBeebies series, beautifully filmed in stunning Scottish surroundings, will provide inspirational starting points for ways to connect young children with the wild environment as well as introducing the historical Viking period in a simple, charming and totally captivating way. The series is produced by Marakids, the specialist children’s TV production arm of award-winning wildlife documentary makers Maramedia.

Gudrun The Viking Princess
As told by David Tennant
A thousand years ago in the wild lands of the North lived a special little girl. The trees and animals of the forest were her friends and playmates. Now travel back in time to join her games. Come and explore the wild with Gudrun The Viking Princess...
Gudrun is a nine-year old Viking princess, the oldest child of King Sigurd. She’s being instructed in the ways of the world by her father to prepare for the day she becomes Queen of the Northern Lands!
In ten enchanting stories of the Viking world, we discover the Wild Way of the Vikings – how they travelled to distant lands, encountering wild and wonderful landscapes full of new and exciting creatures!

Series One of Gudrun The Viking Princess is currently available to watch in full on BBC iPlayer

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