After watching a debate on the perils of a consumerist society, a man turns off his television and heads to a bicycle shop.
A penniless young gentleman with a mildly successful gambling habit finds a 'sure thing' to put some serious money on.
Humorous Sci-Fi tale of how the world could be.
An unusually religious Duke gets tired of petty party politics and replaces the members of the Houses of Parliament with Angels.
Such a charming couple! Young, elegant, good conversationalists - but, of course, they never give the impression they are aware of it.
* Story contains bad language
General Falcon - revolutionary - arrives in New York from Columbia unprepared for both the golden-haired ladies and the silver-tongued con-a
When Loona Bimberton pulls off a coup with her celebrated 'Algerian aviator', Mrs Packletide feels compelled to respond.
A humorous African parable.
A couple discuss techniques for writing thank you letters.
A tutor is given an artichoke plant and soon learns that taking care of it is not going to be easy.
Humorous reversal of the fable.
Sir Lulworth Quayne reflects on some of the enterprising but thwarted plans made by the Suffragettes to further their cause.