Code Of The Woosters, The [classic Serial]

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012006040920060415By PG Wodehouse, dramatised by Judith French.|1/2.|Bertie Wooster's old pal Gussie Fink-Nottle parts from his fiancée Madeline, and appeals for Bertie's help to mend the rift.|Will Bertie rush to his aid, despite the fact that Madeline believes Bertie to be in love with her?|Bertie Wooster....Marcus Brigstocke|Jeeves....Andrew Sachs|Aunt Dahlia....Carolyn Pickles|Madeline Bassett....Flaminia Cinque|Sir Watkyn Bassett....Jon Glover|Roderick Spode....Jack Klaff|Gussie Fink-Nottle....Jeremy Swift|Stephanie 'Stiffy' Byng....Tracy Wiles|Harold 'Stinker' Pinker....Kim Wall|Constable Oates....Anthony Glennon|Original music by David Pickvance.|Producer/director Jonquil Panting
022006041620060422By PG Wodehouse, dramatised by Judith French.|2/2.|Bertie Wooster's strict adherence to The Code of the Woosters (Never Let a Pal Down) has lured him and Jeeves to cursed Totleigh Towers.|Bertie's limited brain power now has to reunite two pairs of estranged lovers, and run a criminal errand for his aunt, using only a silver cow-creamer and a small leather-bound notebook.|All this while narrowly avoiding marriage, imprisonment and physical disability, thanks to the genius of Jeeves.|Bertie Wooster....Marcus Brigstocke|Jeeves....Andrew Sachs|Stephanie 'Stiffy' Byng....Tracy Wiles|Gussie Fink-Nottle....Jeremy Swift|Aunt Dahlia....Carolyn Pickles|Madeline Bassett....Flaminia Cinque|Sir Watkyn Bassett....Jon Glover|Roderick Spode....Jack Klaff|Harold 'Stinker' Pinker....Kim Wall|Constable Oates....Anthony Glennon|Original music by David Pickvance.|Producer/director Jonquil Panting