Ben Albert described himself as "The Dry Old Stick", and he certainly had a dry sense of humour. The range of his subject matter is wide - from the drunken antics on Coronation day, to the sorts of embarrassing and annoying questions continuously asked by young children. Suffragettes, Motor cars, Work, Cooks, Life Abroad, Licensing laws, all come under his spotlight.
A Little Bit Here and There On the Day King Edward gets his Crown on
Go Away, Good Massa Bee Logic The End of the Chapter Inquisitive Kiddie
The Damaged Blacksmith Why go Abroad? Faces
Do you remember? How can I forget (w. Ruby Verdi) Potted Poetry
After You with the Soap (w. Fred Vernon) Incidents What's the Use of Sighing?
What is it - likes so much? A fat lot to crow about What is Work? Seven Ages of Man
Three Ages of Women Geography When the Women earn all the Money
The Cook who cooks (Parts 1 and 2) Derby Day The Li-cen-sor