Find out about how everyday things were invented, in this mix of fantasy and science! Eccentric inventor Professor Dorothy Dabble sets off to London with Digby her pet robot, to enter a competition for the best invention. On the way, they discover lots of amazing stories about the invention of everyday objects.
Roger McGough is the author of over fifty books of poetry for both adults and children, including Happy Poems , as well as having edited numerous anthologies. During the 1960s he was part of the groundbreaking collection The Mersey Sound (with Brian Patten and the late Adrian Henri). The winner of two BAFTAs for his film work, and a RoyaMore about Roger McGough
Holly Swain was born and grew up in Canterbury, Kent. She went on to study Illustration at U.W.E Bristol, and this was followed by a Masters in Narrative Illustration at the University of Brighton. She now lives in Hove with her husband and two young daughters.
Debbie Singleton grew up in Middlesbrough. She has a degree in Chemical Engineering from Cambridg