Bright Young Things - Jeeves and the Yule Tide Spirit

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Re: Bright Young Things - Jeeves and the Yule Tide Spirit

Postby tutt-sweet » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:41 am

Wonderful! This is the only thing that will keep me(relatively ) sane over the festive break! :roll:

So not only can we see Julian over Christmas [in Darker Shores] but also listen to those sublime tones as well. :swoon:
A win win situation eh! ? :clap:

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Re: Bright Young Things - Jeeves and the Yule Tide Spirit

Postby tutt-sweet » Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:26 am

From The New Statesman "...........an experience ideally followed by the electric-haired sardonicist Julian Rhind-Tutt [ :shock: !] reading Jeeves and the Yuletide Spirit (29 December, 3.30pm, Radio 4), a revoltingly listenable 15 minutes involving the noodlings of Tuppy Glossop and Bertie's crushee Miss Bobbie Wickham.

An unexpected invitation to spend the festive season in the country throws Jeeves's plans for a yuletide break in Monte Carlo into disarray. But as the halpess Bertie Wooster gaily wreaks havoc in the season of goodwill, his loyal manservant soon has Monte Carlo back in his sights.


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" A few very charming ladies down at my Dad's whist drive have been very kind (average age 75-93). My brother is the headmaster of a special school and I know some of his dinner ladies have been very kind to me as well. "

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Re: Bright Young Things - Jeeves and the Yule Tide Spirit

Postby Picton » Sun Jan 03, 2010 3:20 pm

This was brilliant. A combination with PG Wodehouse text and JRT reading is full of enjoyment.
I have had possibility to listen this several times, very nice.

Happy New Year to everybody ! :)
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