First broadcast: Sunday 22nd April 1990
Bertie Wooster is in court following rowdy festivities on the night of the Boat Race; help is at hand in the form of new valet, Jeeves. Can he also help Bertie get out of an accidental engagement, and can Bertie help out his friends without disaster?
First broadcast: Sunday 6th May 1990
Lord Wickhammersley is always one for a wager but, since he came close to losing the East Wing in a game of shove-halfpenny, Lady Wickhammersley has banned betting at Twing. Bertie does not intend to let this stand in his way at the village Sports Day.
First broadcast: Sunday 20th May 1990
As the fall-out from Bertie's advice reaches London, he is irked to learn that his presence to fix the mess is not requested. Naturally, he heads straight back to Brinkley, and attempts to clear up the confusions of amour. Might a fire bell do the trick?
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Release date: Monday 18th July 2005
Featuring the entire series of Jeeves & Wooster based on the characters created by P.G. Wodehouse. Jeeves & Wooster is one of the most delightful period comedy series on TV. Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie have captured the wit and sophistication of P.G Wodehouse and manage to portray the marvellous,...