Monday, 5 May 2008

KPE Episode 168 "The Tar Dragon"

"The Tar Dragon" by Joanna Orwin is presented by Beau and Meshaq from Room 17.
In this picture book a boy tells the story of what happens to him one day as he was walking home from school. He came to a sign that said 'Road Closed' and he had to take a closer look. There was a big black machine spreading hot, sticky tar on the road and it was bubbling. He stopped to have a closer look and then a play and before long he was covered in tar. You can imagine what happened when he got home that night!
Listen to the podcast below, or if you would like to download a Quicktime version, click here.
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16 comments:

  1. HEY Mesque and Beuw that podcast was pretty insterting i hope you would another podcast agian BYE

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  2. Hi guys, that sounds like an interesting story, did you know that tar is sometimes known as bitumen? I hope you will keep on podcasting because we need lots of people representing our school in all sorts of ways. Well done boys, top effort.

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  3. Kia Ora Beau and Meshaq,
    Good job you two. I could just imagine you encountering the Tar Dragon!!
    I'm looking forward to your next Podcast, keep reading!

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  4. Talofa Lava
    Beau & Meshaq... Very cool podkast... very impressed... You will have to bring the book home Beau, so Cara & I can read it, sounds interesting...

    Keep up the good work you two :0

    Alofa Tele

    Tracey Webster (Beau's Mum)

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  5. WOW!Phenomanal Podcast you two.This is Ramona just saying that your podcast was cool,nice clear voices keep up the good work you it.


    RAMONA:)

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  6. Hi Beau meshaq its jordan here.
    What a great podcast.Keep up the good work.

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  7. Good work Beau and Meshaq
    interesting podcast
    hope you write another one.
    bye from synergy.

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  8. Hi Meshaq and Beau

    Great podcast. The title of this story sounded really interesting, so I just had to listen to your podcast to find out what it was about. Keep up the good work.

    Mrs Lagitupu

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  9. Hey Meshaq & Beau great podcast..
    Cool podcast very interesting..!

    aLiSi:)

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  10. sup beau cool podcast.
    by feki.

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  11. Hey Meshaq and beau,
    That was a very interesting podcast.
    I really liked how you made it sound like it was a real dragon, I really thought it was a real dragon. Keep up the good work.

    By Wayjo

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  12. Hi Beau and Meshaq,
    What a great podcast that was.The Tar Dragon is a weird title isn't it.Fantastic job you two. How long has the tar dragon been around for? Keep up the amazing work.Herenga ki te whetu!!!
    Tinei

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  13. Hey Beau and Meshaq what a great podcast you have published up on the website.You both had great expresion in your podcast.The tar dragon I thought it was a dragon to but it was not a dragon but a truck that lay's tar onto the road to make it more smother.well when do you think your going to do another podcast.keep up the great work.

    From JORDAN

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/extpes/2378310621/

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  14. Great podcast Beau and Meshaq,
    I like the fact that you used wonderful experesion,even though it was a very small book I thought you made a fantastic effort on reading it.You both have very clear voices.
    Just wondering when will you be doing your next podcast cause I pretty sure it will be another great one.
    Keep up the awesome work.

    Simone

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  15. Hi Beau and Meshaq
    Good podcast but very short. You had good Ideas, I think I will have to go read that book great stuff Bye!.

    From Tyler

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  16. Hey Beau and Meshaq what a great podcast you have published up on the website.You both had great expresion in your podcast.The tar dragon I thought it was a dragon to but it was not a dragon but a truck that lay's tar onto the road to make it more smother.well when do you think your going to do another podcast.keep up the great work.
    From JORDAN

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