Adapted by Martin Jarvis.
Martin Jarvis chooses and performs three more Richmal Crompton stories about her immortal hero, William Brown.
Today, the Outlaws are intrigued by some eccentric newcomers to the village who plan to persuade everyone to return to the simple life.
They say they want to 'bring back the morning to the world'.
The village, naturally, isn't too keen on the idea.
But when William gets involved - which includes his exciting performance as Saint George's dragon - there's a surprisingly effective, if unexpected, outcome.
Producer: Rosalind Ayres
Director: Pete Atkin
A Jarvis and Ayres production for BBC Radio 4.
William helps newcomers to the village in an eccentric mission to improve the world.