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When you find yourself in need of a few laughs, you can't go wrong with P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves stories. "The Metropolitan Touch" delivers plenty of smiles, if not outright laughs.

Bertie Wooster, our narrator, becomes entangled once again with the love life of his chum Bingo Little. Bingo has left the London high life for village England where he's found the girl of his dreams again. The trouble is that she has more and more suitors every week and has expressed little interest in Bingo. So Bingo sends Bertie one of the longest telegrams ever, asking him to come down to help him, and to please bring 100 of "those little cigarettes" and "make sure you bring Jeeves".

Public Domain (P)2014 One Voice Recordings

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Poor Narrator

The narrator never took a breath. He skipped all the periods. I'm glad it was less than an hour.