Peter Pan And Wendy

Exactly one hundred years ago - on 27th December, 1904 - J M Barrie's play Peter Pan was given its first theatre performance.

It was such a huge success that Barrie decided to publish the story in prose, with Peter And Wendy appearing in 1911.

Read by Alan Bennett.

Episodes

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05 LAST20101231 (BBC7)

Wendy, John and Michael are Captain Hook's prisoners - but will they ever manage to fly back home? Concluded by Alan Bennett.

Wendy, John and Michael are Captain Hook's prisoners.

05 LAST20101231 (BBC7)

Wendy, John and Michael are Captain Hook's prisoners - but will they ever manage to fly back home? Concluded by Alan Bennett.

Wendy, John and Michael are Captain Hook's prisoners.

AR012004122720101227 (BBC7)

Exactly one hundred years ago - on 27th December, 1904 - J M Barrie's play Peter Pan was given its first theatre performance.

It was such a huge success that Barrie decided to publish the story in prose, with Peter And Wendy appearing in 1911.

Read by Alan Bennett.

The story of the boy who wouldn't grow up and his impact on a family.

Written after the play's success.

Read by Alan Bennett.

AR012004122720101227 (BBC7)

Exactly one hundred years ago - on 27th December, 1904 - J M Barrie's play Peter Pan was given its first theatre performance.

It was such a huge success that Barrie decided to publish the story in prose, with Peter And Wendy appearing in 1911.

Read by Alan Bennett.

The story of the boy who wouldn't grow up and his impact on a family.

Written after the play's success.

Read by Alan Bennett.

AR022004122820101228 (BBC7)

The mischievous little boy flies with the Darling children to Neverland to meet the Lost Boys.

Read by Alan Bennett.

The little boy flies with the Darling children to Neverland to meet the Lost Boys.

AR022004122820101228 (BBC7)

The mischievous little boy flies with the Darling children to Neverland to meet the Lost Boys.

Read by Alan Bennett.

The little boy flies with the Darling children to Neverland to meet the Lost Boys.

S0119981228

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan' (1/5).

S0119981228

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan' (1/5).

S0219981229

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan' (2/5).

S0219981229

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan'.

S031998123020101229 (BBC7)

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan' (3/5).

The mischievous boy and the Darling children play happily in the Mermaids Lagoon until pirates appear.

Read by Alan Bennett.

The boy and the Darling children play in the Mermaids Lagoon until pirates appear.

S031998123020101229 (BBC7)

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan' (3/5).

The mischievous boy and the Darling children play happily in the Mermaids Lagoon until pirates appear.

Read by Alan Bennett.

The boy and the Darling children play in the Mermaids Lagoon until pirates appear.

S041998123120101230 (BBC7)

As Wendy, John and Michael make a decision - pirates intervene, but what becomes of Peter and Tinkerbell? Read by Alan Bennett.

As Wendy, John and Michael make a decision - pirates intervene.

S041998123120101230 (BBC7)

As Wendy, John and Michael make a decision - pirates intervene, but what becomes of Peter and Tinkerbell? Read by Alan Bennett.

As Wendy, John and Michael make a decision - pirates intervene.

S0519990101

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan' (5/5).

S0519990101

Alan Bennett reads the story J M Barrie wrote in 1911, after the huge success of his play `Peter Pan' (5/5).