Radio: Not Very Good, Jeeves

The Nazis seemed last week to be planning an extraordinary new radio coup. Fortnight ago they released tall, bald, bespectacled Funnyman Pelham Grenville Wodehouse from an internment camp at Tost, ensconced him at Government expense in a suite in Berlin's swank Hotel Adlon, gave him permission to come and go as he pleased within the confines of the Reich. During his captivity, 59-year-old Author Wodehouse, who was captured when he tarried too late at a cocktail party at his villa in Le Touquet in May 1940, was rated a model prisoner. But on a...

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