By George Orwell.
Bill Nighy reads the world famous fable of a revolution that went wrong.Old Major has a dream, and Farmer Jones forgets something vital.
The old pig, Major, speaks to his fellow animals, and the animals take over the farm.
Old Major has a dream and Farmer Jones forgets something vital.
Snowball has big plans for the farm, but how will Napoleon react?
The halcyon days of animalism and the Battle of the Cowshed.
The windmill is smashed, and Squealer swears it's Snowball's fault.
With Snowball gone, Napoleon cements his position and re-writes history.
The commandments continue to change and Napoleon has a new title.
'No animal shall kill any another animal'.
Boxer becomes gravely ill, and the animals discover betrayal.
'All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others'.