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Wikipedia Brown!Back in September 2011, First Arkansas News aired the first — and, so far, only — episode of Wikipedia Brown. That was a bit of an excursion into the wonderful world of modern audio theater and features a teenage detective who, along with his trusty sidekick Webster, ran around foiling the dastardly plans of the the fiendish Britannica.

The series featured voice actors from the Royal Theater in Benton and scripts, music, sound effects and a heck of a lot of audio editing by Ethan C. Nobles, First Arkansas News founder/editor. While the first episode turned out OK, Nobles realized in a hurry that audio production is not his forte. Still, there were some scripts written, so why not serialize them so people might enjoy them?

That, then, is exactly what First Arkansas News is doing. Each “episode” has been broken up into three parts and will be posted on the main site every weekend. At the conclusion of each episode, the links to the serialized scripts will be posted here. So scroll on down and click those links.

Episode One: Rue Britannica

* Part One

* Part Two

* Part Three (Conclusion)

* The fully-produced, audio version of Episode One

Episode Two: The Case of the Swiped Shoe

* Part One

* Part Two

* Part Three (conclusion)


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