The Incredible Adventures Of Professor Branestawm


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Dinsdale Landen reads five of Norman Hunter 's comical stories about the world's barmiest inventor. 1. The Wild Waste-Paper. The pieces of waste-paper seemed to have had something that didn't agree with them, fortheywere growing bigger every moment. Abridged by David Self. Producer Peter Hutchings

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Unknown: Dinsdale Landen

Unknown: Norman Hunter

Abridged By: David Self.

Producer: Peter Hutchings

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By Norman Hunter , read by Dinsdale Landen. 2: The Professor Studies Spring Cleaning. He'd started to invent his spring cleaning machine and nothing else mattered. He forgot he was in the Colonel's 's house, not in his own, and started taking a clock to pieces to get out some special kind of little cog-wheels he wanted for his machine.

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Unknown: Norman Hunter

Read By: Dinsdale Landen.

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3: Branestawm andProfessor Deudshot. They had a portion or two of bother over dressing up as each other, partly because the Colonel's second best uniform was the wrong shape.

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4: The Too-Many Professors. The Professor had just uncorked the bottle and the simply awful smellish-odour immediately became so bad that Mrs Flittersnoop had to bury her nose in her apron.

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Unknown: Mrs Flittersnoop

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by Norman Hunter.

Final story read by Dinsdale Landen

Pancake Day at Great PogtveB. He pulled a lever, turned a handle, twiddled a knob and pressed a button while everyone looked on hoping the pancakes would be a success.

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Unknown: Norman Hunter.

Read By: Dinsdale Landen

01The Time Machine20011217

"Professor Branestawm voyages through time and space, with predictably chaotic results.

Where, or when, will his new contraption take him?"


The professor finds he has been burgled.

But his ingenuity is more than equal to the problem, as almost everyone but the burglar discovers.


No one can satisfy Colonel Dedshott's insatiable appetite for pancakes, until the professor invents a pancake-making machine.

04Everlasting Clocks20011220

The professor's clock keeps winding down, so he invents an everlasting clock.

But when it strikes 13, he realises something is wrong.

05One Prof Too Many20011221

The professor takes a holiday by the sea and discovers he has a twin, who is performing a comedy act at the end of the pier.

0202The Professor Studies Spring Cleaning20100914 (BBC7)
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The eccentric boffin's cleaning machine causes more harm than good.

Read by Dinsdale Landen.

0203Colonel Branestawm And Professor Dedshot20100915 (BBC7)
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Confusion all round when the eccentric boffin and his pal go to a fancy dress ball.

Dinsdale Landen reads Norman Hunter's story.

0204Too Many Professors20100916 (BBC7)
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The boffin gives photocopying a whole new meaning with his latest invention.

Dinsdale Landen reads Norman Hunter's story.

0405 LASTPancake Day At Great Pagwell20100917 (BBC7)
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The boffin takes a battering and leaves a lasting impression on the village.

Dinsdale Landen reads Norman Hunter's story.

0601The Wild Waste Paper20100913 (BBC7)
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The eccentric boffin causes havoc when one of his potions is spilt.

Dinsdale Landen reads Norman Hunter's story.

The eccentric boffin causes havoc when one of his potions is spilt.

Dinsdale Landen reads Norman Hunter's story.