What ho, chaps! Those frightfully good eggs at Colonial Radio Theatre have seen fit to release some of the earliest stories by the world's greatest comic writer, P. G. Wodehouse. Top hole!
"Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest": Bertie Wooster is living the high life, as an English gentleman in New York. But when he's instructed to look after young Wilmot, a fearful drip who just happens to be the son of the fearsome Lady Malvern, matters become jolly complicated jolly quickly. And for some reason, Bertie's valet Jeeves refuses to be of any help at all. What's to be done?
"Leave it to Jeeves": Has Jeeves let his master down? Bertie's attempts to play cupid result in the most atrocious misunderstanding, and it's all because he took Jeeves' advice! Now the happiness of Bertie's pal Corky (AKA starving artist Bruce Corcoran) hangs in the balance, and his latest portrait is... Well, let's just say it's not quite up to snuff. Jeeves will have to exert the old cerebellum to its fullest extent to get the chaps out of this pickle.