Martin Jarvis performs two full-length William stories, before a live audience at the Cheltenham Festival
' The wizard of the talking book ' Daily Telegraph
William and the Lost Tourist - This story begins unpromisingly for William as he struggles with his homework, attempting to memorize some lines by Shakespeare - 'Friends, Romans, and countrymen, lend me your ears' -but even he could never have guessed how it might help him to transform the visit to li'l ol' England of a young and beautiful American visitor who finds herself in his village by mistake.
The Leopard Hunter - It's a well known fact that visiting aunts are one of the greatest occupational hazards in the life of William Brown, But the visiting friends of his parents come a close second. In fact, the pompous, pretentious, fruity-voiced, and welcome-outstaying Mr Falkner manages to irritate the entire Brown family, until William comes up with his own uniquely left-field solution to the problem.
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