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'Life cannot get much better' for Strachan
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'Life cannot get much better' for Strachan

PG Wodehouse portrayed only half the picture when he produced his celebrated aphorism about the difference between a ray of sunshine and a Scotsman with a grievance. At times in his career, Gordon Strachan has been the epitome of Wodehouse's grumpy ... Irish Independent, 3 weeks ago

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McCall Smith wins comedy novel prize

Alexander McCall Smith has won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for his novel Fatty O'Leary's Dinner Party. The annual award celebrates books that capture author PG Wodehouse's comic spirit. The novel tells the story of an Irish-American ...
 BBC1 month ago Alexander McCall Smith's Irish-set novel wins PG Wodehouse comic fiction prize  Irish Times1 month ago Author Alexander McCall Smith wins Wodehouse Prize for comic fiction  STV.tv1 month ago Books in Bars: talking whiskey and writing with Alexander McCall Smith (Podcast)  Irish Times1 month ago

Ben Mirza: Jonathan Ames on P.G. Wodehouse, Language and 'Wake Up, Sir!'

The American writer Jonathan Ames is someone you would describe as a Renaissance man, an author of numerous novels, essays and a graphic novel 'The Alcoholic', a columnist for The New York Press, creator of the HBO sitcom 'Bored to Death' starring ...
 Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago

Vikas Datta: The P.G. Wodehouse of medicine!

Involving a long and gruelling stint of study to qualify and everyday exposure to human pain and suffering, the practice of medicine is perhaps one of the last you could expect to serve as a base for comedy. But it is the saving grace of humanity ...
 The Gulf Today2 months ago The P.G. Wodehouse of medicine!  ZeeNews.com2 months ago

Review: Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense

WHAT ho, Jeeves! PG Wodehouse at the King's less than a week after the bally Jocks sent enough Nats South to sink a flotilla of eights on Old Father Thames? * * * * * King's Theatre Indeed, sir, it's just a pity more of the locals weren't there ...
 Edinburgh Evening News1 month ago Review: The King's Speech  Edinburgh Evening News1 month ago

The P.G. Wodehouse of medicine! (Column: Bookends)

r comedy. But it is the saving grace of humanity that it too has people capable of seeing - and sharing - the funny side of their life. Like this doctor who found greater fame with his uproariously comic series of books centred on his profession. Though ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Meet Charlie: The virtual PA that's a secret weapon for Twitter, Hootsuite and Salesforce

The great butlers of fiction have been well mined by tech companies in search of a name: P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves was co-opted for that once popular search engine ; Alfred is doing double duty as Batman's trusty man servant and a beloved Mac ...
 The Next Web1 month ago

Mapp and Lucia's timeless comedy

A worthy runner-up to PG Wodehouse in reducing to its absurdities the English snob tradition was E F Benson, who created Mapp and Lucia, Vibe's new Monday comedy-on-cobblestones. From the minute the town bossy boots and Queen Bee Elizabeth Mapp ... month ago Television's Mapp and Lucia a remorseless send-up of class  Sunday Star-Times1 month ago

Wodehouse's slang brightens Taproot comedy

Britain's very brightest gentleman's gentleman returns to Taproot Theatre in Jeeves Intervenes. Based on P.G. Wodehouse 's daffy series of stories about the unflappable Jeeves and his master, the often befuddled Bertie Wooster, the plot revolves ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago By Jeeves Fri 01 May 2015  Redbridge London Borough Council2 months ago Taproot Theatre's 'Jeeves Intervenes'; Neighborhood Theater at Its Best - Crisp, Witty and Intimate  Huffington Post1 month ago

The funniest storyteller's funniest …

Winston Churchill's most outstanding contribution during World War II, according to President John F. Kennedy, was that he "mobilised the English language and sent it into battle". But his compatriot, P.G. Wodehouse, went one better, in making the ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago
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