The players were superb! The pace and timing were right on target in this faithful rendering of what many say is Wilde's best .Because the dialogue moves along so quickly, however, I would recommend one see "Earnest" first to get a sense of the story line and the characters.
Thrurber's oddities are thoroughly enjoyable, but may have been even more so if most had been presented by a less frenetic narrator. Olbermann did, however, have his moments, and the way he came to this was very touching...
Go, Tony! Chef Bourdain takes you through the innards of the restaurant business like no other! I was also amazed at his humility, so poignantly hightlighted throughout this very entertaining and enlightening field trip through the world of "cookies." I will listen to this one again and again!
What a winning combination: the hilarious antics of Bertie Wooster and his "gentleman's gentleman," Jeeves,delightfully narrated by Martin Jarvis, who was born to the task.
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