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Saturday-Night Theatre: Leave it to Psmith

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by P.G. Wodehouse (born 15 October 1881)
Blandings stands as ever, bathed in fragrant and gentle summer. Love shimmers, skulduggery lurks. Lord Emsworth desperately attempts to escape the efficient Baxter and the place seems rife with poets doing poems. Then, of course, someone steals that necklace...
(Repeated: Mon 3.2 pm) (Caroline Langrishe and David Troughton are National Theatre players)

Contributors

Author: P.G. Wodehouse
Dramatised by: Michael Bakewell
Director: Peter King
The Author: John Gielgud
Lord Emsworth: Michael Hordern
Lady Constance: Joan Greenwood
Psmith: Simon Ward
Baxter: Christopher Godwin
Freddie: David Troughton
Joe Keeble: Bryan Pringle
Beach: Ellis Dale
Eve: Caroline Langrishe
Miss Peavey: Zoe Wanamaker
Cootes: Stuart Milligan
McTodd: Peter Marinker
Susan: Alex Marshall
Briggs: Alan Dudley
Newspaper employee: Haydn Wood
Flowered waistcoat: Michael Spice
Snuff-coloured suit: George Parsons
Waiter: Ronald Herdman
Young lady: Patience Tomlinson
Young man: Spencer Banks

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Saturday-Night Theatre: Leave it to Psmith

BBC Radio 4 FM, 3 October 1981 20.00






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