Ashley’s Worlds was a mid-1990s radio comedy series in 100 episodes that was broadcast on 26 radio stations and described by its creators Andrew Dubber and Belinda Todd as a “cartoon for radio”. 
Domestic cat Ashley is transported, or “magiced”, into the kingdom of Catatonia, a world completely run by anthropomorphic cats, where he is mistaken for a spy and is thrown into the dungeon of the royal castle. He escapes with the uncouth scrapper Bishop and together with their self-proclaimed hostel Tobias they seek an audience with the princess hoping to resolve Ashley’s predicament.
- Craig Parker as Ashley, a spoiled cat used to a nice patch of sunshine to sleep in and a house full of humans to pander to his every need. Prior to the transportation his most unpleasant experience involved with a cold thermometer and his most dangerous escapade was a slow flick of the tail coupled with a rather faster closing of the fridge door.
- “Bishop the Bloodthirsty: Specializing in Assassinations, Intimidations and Small Wars.” No job too messy. ” Ashley’s unusual behavior first has Bishop suspect Ashley is “a crazy”.
- David Weatherley as Tobias, a plump and ageing “aristo’cat ‘” of the noble Pussinbootle family
- Belinda Todd as Tabitha, the visually impaired and self-centered princess and ruler of Catatonia, whose missing father, the king, was obsessed with discovering the ruins of the lost city Cataract, built by the magically adept ancients.
- Merv Smith’s The Strange Old Cat
Ilona Rodgers , Beryl Te Wiata and Emmeline Hawthorne made guest appearances.
On average, each 3-5 minutes episode took around 16 hours to make. 
In January 2005, Dubber announced on his blog “The Wireless” that he had registered Ashley’s Worlds under a Creative Commons License (by-nc-sa 2.0) and seeded a torrent with the series. 
My stuff is a copy of this stuff. Digital archiving is about dissemination and propagating, not hoarding and hiding.– Andrew Dubber, 2011. 
Producers Andrew Dubber and Belinda Todd would later produce the Claybourne radio series in 1998.
- Jump up^ Andrew Dubber. “Sorry about all that rain”. Andrew Dubber’s blog, 19 February 2004. Retrieved 11 December 2011.
- ^ Jump up to:a b Andrew Dubber. ” Ashley’s Worlds revisited, ” Andrew Dubber’s blog, 5 March 2011. Retrieved 11 December 2011.
- Jump up^ Andrew Dubber. “Ashley’s Worlds torrent”, Andrew Dubber’s blog, 8 January 2005. Retrieved 11 December 2011.