since having been introduced to Mr. Wodehouse´s works by a former english flatmate of mine, Bertie and Jeeves, above all, have been constant companions of mine. I particulary appreciate their company whilst being lodged back in the home country, where there is a frightful lack of...well, let´s just say so many, many things I enjoyed back in England.
The Wodehouse audiobooks I have come across thus far have been very disappointing. The librivox recordings available are even more so. No consolation to be derived from them, at all.
I am convinced that anyone who can muster a morsel of an ounce of a teeny-tiny bit of appreciation for the playful subtleties of the English language will be eternally grateful to you, if you would, you know, buckle up and help prepare a new rendition of PG Wodehouse works in audio format.
Actually, you should consider it your duty to the English language to pursue this project coming to think of it, since few - possibly noone - would able to make Wodehouse come alive in quite the same delightful manner that you would be able to.
So please, take a crack at it!
PS: Perhaps a dramatised version with Hugh might work? That would make the universe positively quiver with delight, you know.