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Part 10 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 6:24
Part 10: “The Duke, a clear headed man, saw the objection to this immediately…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:26
Part 11 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 5:11
Part 11 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 4:10
Part 11: “Gally had had to change his plans. He had not been able to fulfil his intention…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:51
Part 12 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:53
Part 12 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:18
Part 12: “The Binks–Holloway anecdote was one of Gally’s best.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:38
Part 13 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:51
Part 13 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:15
Part 13: “‘I do not know why you call it revolting’, he said with dignity…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:34
Part 14 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:57
Part 14 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 4:28
Part 14: “The hollowness of John’s voice over the telephone…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 6:58
Part 15 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:28
Part 15 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:58
Part 15: “In order to avoid the glare of the sun, and the society of the Duke of Dunstable, …” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 6:40
Part 16 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 5:03
Part 16 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:07
Part 16: “The train was just coming in as the car reached the station.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 2:17
Part 17 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:05
Part 17 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:51
Part 17: “Wilbur drank deeply of his gin and tonic to assist the marshalling of his thoughts.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 6:17
Part 18 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:17
Part 18 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 7:19
Part 18: “Night had fallen when John Halliday got back to London.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 7:42
Part 19 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:56
Part 19 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:57
Part 19: “‘Explain it from the beginning.’, he said.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 2:54
Part 20 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:17
Part 20 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:10
Part 20: “It wasn’t, however, till the following afternoon that John was at liberty to leave…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:44
Part 21 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:29
Part 21 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 3:42
Part 21: “He walked in a circle for a bit and must have mused to good purpose…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:05
Part 22 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:27
Part 22 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 4:41
Part 22: “It was Lord Emsworth who had so abruptly applied the closure…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:43
Part 23 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:24
Part 23 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 6:39
Part 23: “For three years in succession she’d been awarded the silver medal…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:40
Part 24 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 5:13
Part 24 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 6:56
Part 24: “The Duke of Dunstable prided himself on being a man who stood no nonsense…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:20
Part 25 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:25
Part 25 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 4:08
Part 25: “It was about time, reflected Gally, as he returned all fresh and rosy…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:26
Part 26 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:48
Part 26 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 5:10
Part 26: “The Duke found speech. ‘Do you know what time it is? …’” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 3:47
Part 27 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:03
Part 27 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 7:01
Part 27: “To say that Lady Constance was glad to see her visitors…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:56
Part 28 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:44
Part 28 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 6:54
Part 28: “Lady Constance’s boudoir on the second floor of the castle…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:46
Part 29 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:28
Part 29 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 7:15
Part 29: “Thinking thus, he bubbled over with cheeriness…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:08
Part 30 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:48
Part 30 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 6:33
Part 30: “Several authorities have stated that the thing to do when your self control seems about to leave you…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 6:29
Part 31 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:11
Part 31 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 4:18
Part 31: “For possibly three minutes after they left Lady Constance’s boudoir…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:21
Part 32 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:07
Part 32 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 6:24
Part 32: “Linda Gilpin, returning from her visit from the old school, …” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 7:57
Part 33 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:01
Part 33 Wilbur Smith read by Martin Jarvis 4:10
Part 33: “…paused, with the air of one waiting for a round of applause.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 6:14
Part 34 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 5:17
Part 34: “John, dressing in the room allotted to him on the second floor, …” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:37
Part 35 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:59
Part 35: “It was an awkward question for one so lacking in experience…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:23
Part 36 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:05
Part 36: “Gally was in the hall when Linda came down from her room.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 7:17
Part 37 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:34
Part 37: “One of the things he didn’t know was that as he and the table came together…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:06
Part 38 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:04
Part 38: “Gally embarked on his narrative with the smooth suavity which had been wont to win all hearts…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 2:50
Part 39 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:10
Part 39: “Even Gally, practised raconteur though he was, was obliged to stop occasionally…” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 8:10
Part 40 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 5:29
Part 40: “Lord Emsworth went to bed that night in something of a twitter.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 7:04
Part 41 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:17
Part 41: “The explanation was absurdly simple.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 7:24
Part 42 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:48
Part 42: “When she woke, it was still there, and her misgivings grew with breakfast, …” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:08
Part 43 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:21
Part 43: “At the time when his services had been desired, …” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:43
Part 44 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:39
Part 44: “It was Gally’s practice, when he favoured Blandings Castle with a visit, …” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:34
Part 45 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:39
Part 45: “Left alone, Gally returned to his meditations.” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 5:44
Part 46 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 3:04
Part 46: “Beech made the telling of his tale as succinct as possible, …” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 7:49
Part 47 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:14
Part 47: “’I see. And as a good secretary should, you look on him as a father…’” P. G. Wodehouse read by Martin Jarvis 4:15
Part 48 Jerome K. Jerome read by Martin Jarvis 4:46

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