Just William - Rightin' Wrongs

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AR01The Pennymans Hand On The Torch20111025

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.

AR01The Pennymans Hand On The Torch20111025

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.

AR02The Knights Of The Square Table20111026

Adapted by Martin Jarvis.

Martin Jarvis chooses and performs three more Richmal Crompton stories about her immortal hero, William Brown.

William persists in his belief that there's money to be made from 'rightin' wrongs' - a shilling for big ones and sixpence for little ones.

And he'll be in charge as King William.

His faith is rewarded by the arrival of an amiable young man who has a wrong that is definitely worth a shilling to put right - one that involves a fair damsel and a false knight.

William's ingenuity as a knight of the square table is tested to the limit as tea-time approaches.

Producer: Rosalind Ayres

Director: Pete Atkin

A Jarvis and Ayres production for BBC Radio 4.

William and the Outlaws decide that rightin' wrongs could be a profitable undertaking.

AR02The Knights Of The Square Table20111026

Adapted by Martin Jarvis.

Martin Jarvis chooses and performs three more Richmal Crompton stories about her immortal hero, William Brown.

William persists in his belief that there's money to be made from 'rightin' wrongs' - a shilling for big ones and sixpence for little ones.

And he'll be in charge as King William.

His faith is rewarded by the arrival of an amiable young man who has a wrong that is definitely worth a shilling to put right - one that involves a fair damsel and a false knight.

William's ingenuity as a knight of the square table is tested to the limit as tea-time approaches.

Producer: Rosalind Ayres

Director: Pete Atkin

A Jarvis and Ayres production for BBC Radio 4.

William and the Outlaws decide that rightin' wrongs could be a profitable undertaking.

AR03 LASTWilliam Helps The Cause20111027

Adapted by Martin Jarvis.

Martin Jarvis chooses and performs three more Richmal Crompton stories about her immortal hero, William Brown.

Since he's recovering from flu, William is compelled to go with his mother to a planning meeting for the local Bazaar.

His quietness is ill-advisedly taken for seriousness and a genuine interest in the proceedings, so, rashly, the organisers give him the responsibility of running one of the stalls.

But his initial lack of enthusiasm turns into one of his greatest triumphs when his stall becomes the centre of an extraordinary incident which the village will never forget.

Producer: Rosalind Ayres

Director: Pete Atkin

A Jarvis & Ayres production for BBC Radio 4.

William manages unwittingly to bring a criminal to justice - while wearing stilts.

AR03 LASTWilliam Helps The Cause20111027

Adapted by Martin Jarvis.

Martin Jarvis chooses and performs three more Richmal Crompton stories about her immortal hero, William Brown.

Since he's recovering from flu, William is compelled to go with his mother to a planning meeting for the local Bazaar.

His quietness is ill-advisedly taken for seriousness and a genuine interest in the proceedings, so, rashly, the organisers give him the responsibility of running one of the stalls.

But his initial lack of enthusiasm turns into one of his greatest triumphs when his stall becomes the centre of an extraordinary incident which the village will never forget.

Producer: Rosalind Ayres

Director: Pete Atkin

A Jarvis and Ayres production for BBC Radio 4.

William manages unwittingly to bring a criminal to justice - while wearing stilts.