Wodehouse in Exile

You may know that P.G. Wodehouse during World War II unwisely made some radio broadcasts that were viewed in England as collaborating with the enemy. This BBC4 show, I think, gives a good idea how this came about.

You might also be interested to view the transcripts of these broadcasts at The P G Wodehouse Society (UK) website.

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