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Summary

Clarence, ninth Earl of Emsworth, has good health, a large income, and a first-class ancestral home with gravel soil and rolling parkland. But these blessings count for nothing in the presence of a certain Sir Gregory Parsloe; Lord Emsworth is convinced he has evil designs on his pre-eminent pig, Empress of Blandings. It is fortunate for Lord Emsworth that there is at least one member of the family upon whom he can rely: The Hon. Galahad Threepwood is at hand.
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What disappointed you about Pigs Have Wings?

The recording makes it impossible to appreciate it. It is too quiet and utterly muffled. Total wast of money.

Has Pigs Have Wings put you off other books in this genre?

No

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Jeremy Sinden?

I like MR Sinsen hwen I can actually hear him

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Pigs Have Wings?

It needs Re-recording

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A write-off

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  • 01-11-05

Pigs Have Wings

The single best interpreter of PGW is Frederick Davidson. But a very close second is Mr. Sinden. This is an excellent rendition of a hilarious novel.

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