Welcome to Part Thirty-One of our latest audio entertainment: The Prisoner of Windsor, my contemporary inversion of Anthony Hope's Ruritanian runaway hit of 1894.
Marc Swerdloff, a First Day Founding Member of The Mark Steyn Club from Florida, has been enjoying recent episodes - such as Rudy Elphberg's decision to give a pro-imperialism speech to a teachers' conference:
That was some speech! A tour de comedic force!
And Marc enjoyed the following night's episode, with some of the unintended consequences of the speech:
Laugh out loud funny!
Thank you, Marc. Unfortunately for poor Rudy Elphberg, that speech was the final straw for the various forces ranged against him - which is how in tonight's episode he comes to find himself being beaten up by a police commissioner and a transgender field marshal in the Round Tower of Windsor Castle.
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We'll be right back here on Tuesday evening, with Part Thirty-Two of The Prisoner of Windsor. If you're minded to join us in The Mark Steyn Club, you're more than welcome. You can find more information here. And, if you have a chum you think might enjoy Tales for Our Time (so far, we've covered Conan Doyle, H G Wells, Dickens, Conrad, Kipling, Kafka, Gogol, Jack London, Baroness Orczy, Victor Hugo, O Henry, John Buchan, Scott Fitzgerald and more), we have a special Gift Membership.
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