2011

JANUARY 2011
In which The Author lets off some steam
In which The Author sounds off again
FEBRUARY 2011
In which The Author expounds on the Two Cultures
MARCH 2011
104    OUT OF AFRICA
In which The Author sees some amazing children at play
APRIL 2011
In which The Author digs out some old records
MAY 2011
106    DEAR ME
In which The Author carries out an internal audit
In which The Author does some psychological research
JUNE 2011
108    WETIQUETTE
In which The Author revisits the unwritten rules of pub culture
JULY 2011
In which The Author contributes to the town planning debate
In which The Author and some friends reply to a challenge
In which The Author discovers one of London’s best-kept secrets
In which The Author has another lucid dream
AUGUST 2011
In which The Author sees an irritating use of English
114    TURN LEFT
In which The Author explores a parallel universe
In which The Author ponders one aspect of the British banking system
SEPTEMBER 2011
In which The Author follows up on an earlier letter
In which The Author and his friends get asked some silly questions
OCTOBER 2011
In which The Author wonders if there really is a future
In which The Author contemplates the mysteries of length and breadth
DECEMBER 2011
In which The Author meets an attractive young lady with a strange past
In which The Author regrets having the chimney demolished
In which The Author reflects on the festive season

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