Jennings' Little Hut

Episodes

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01Afternoon Reading2008051220100131

01Afternoon Reading2008051220100131

Mark Williams reads one of Anthony Buckeridge's classic school stories, abridged in five parts by Roy Apps.

'Until Darbishire had finished making his famous ventilating-shaft out of that disused drain-pipe, it was just as well they had got air-conditioned walls.' It was only a little hut, but Jennings was very proud of it. And the other boys at Linbury Court were proud of their huts too.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

AR02The Kettle Of Fish2008051320100207

Mr Wilkins blows his top when he finds Jennings and Darbishire looking for a fish - up a tree.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Mr Wilkins blows his top when he finds Jennings looking for a fish - up a tree.

AR03General Sir Melville Merridew2006062720100214

Mark Williams reads one of Anthony Buckeridge's classic school stories, abridged in five parts by Roy Apps.

A distinguished former pupil is to pay the school a visit.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

AR03General Sir Melville Merridew20080514

A distinguished former pupil is to pay the school a visit.

AR04Shortage Of Glass2008051520100221

Jennings and Darbishire must think fast when the General wants to see an old school photograph.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Jennings and Darbishire must think fast.

The General wants to see an old school photograph

AR05 LASTThe Difficult Guest2008051620100228

Jennings and Darbishire try to play the perfect hosts, but the General's grandson gives them the slip.

Jennings tries to play the perfect host, but the General's grandson gives him the slip.