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DJ Rob Forbes launches a story time app for children

He is not just about spinning the decks and hosting radio shows. 5FM DJ Rob Forbes has launched an app which promises to transform how children and families do story time.

Moppet is an app which features stories for children and is designed in a way which makes it accessible to children, and to families who wish to read stories with their children.

Forbes, who narrates the stories in Moppet, launched the app with author Jenni Myburgh.

Containing original stories, the app has ten different story worlds. New stories are released in the app every two weeks.

Forbes spoke to #NightTalk's Gugs Mhlungu and Wasanga Mehana about Moppet.

Listen to the conversation below:

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