P G Wodehouse was one of the most entertaining of English writers. His characters - Jeeves, Bertie Wooster, Lord Emsworth and the rest - are comedy classics
He was loved equally by the public and the critics. But translating his books to stage or screen is harder than it looks, though a new West End production, about to tour here shortly, may have pulled it off.
Star and writer of Jeeves and Wooster Perfect Nonsense, Robert Goodale talks with Wodehouse fan Simon Morris.