Guest Host: Susan Page

Novelist and playwright P.G.Wodehouse created such hilarious characters as the unflappable butler Jeeves, who always kept his master Bertie Wooster in line. Wodehouse’s biographer takes a look at the scope of a writer who often hid behind a stiff upper lip and lighthearted comedy.

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  • Robert McCrum literary editor of the "Observer" and author of six novels and two works of nonfiction, including "The Story of English" and "My Year Off."

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