by Miguel de Cervantes.
Andrew Sachs reads the 400 year old tale.
An introduction to the gentleman with a passion for ancient tales of chivalry.
Quixote is convinced that the roadside inn he is staying at is actually a castle.
We join the newly dubbed knight as he takes to the road in search of other knights to challenge.
Sancho Panza adjusts to his new role as a knight's squire, but his advice regarding windmills goes unheeded.
Our knight explains the importance of manifesting his madness - preferably naked.
Captured by his friends, Don Quixote is bought to La Mancha to recuperate and recover his wits.
The knight's housekeeper is let down by Sanson Carrasco, and Sancho experiences a crisis.
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza have a disconcerting adventure in a forest.
Evil enchanters continue to distort Don Quixote's sense of reality, while Sancho isn't so sure.
Some puppets tell a story - a tale of scepticism, fantasy and reality.
Don Quixote and his faithful squire become the guests of a duke and duchess.
The duchess is amused, whilst Sancho learns something to his disadvantage.
Once more, Sancho is the target for noble deceptions and practical jokes.
An enemy from the past seeks revenge on Don Quixote
Truth and fantasy find their resting place as the knight and his squire come home.