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Radio

Adapting Wodehouse for the radio is a challenge – but the BBC has succeeded brilliantly

23 May 2020

9:00 AM

23 May 2020

9:00 AM

Leave it to Psmith

Radio 4

Eric the Skull

Radio 4

Everyone knows a Lord Emsworth. Mine lives south of the river and wears caterpillars in his hair and wine on his shirt and has just occasionally written for this magazine. That doesn’t much narrow it down. When you look at him, you understand a little better why P. G. Wodehouse is topping the lists of authors to read during lockdown.

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