This episode is part of a second BBC Radio 4 series of Stephen Fry's witty and incisive programmes looking at the oddities of the English language.
So Wrong It's Right. Stephen Fry demonstrates, with the help of a Judge, a lexicographer, a computational linguist, five buffalo, and a strawberry how wrong English can become right English, by dint of usage. As heard on Radio 4 in August 2009.
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