Teaching Ravens To Fly Underwater

During the last 40 years of his life, the reputable and quite distinguised expert Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling has been teaching ravens to fly underwater. Please watch this interview to learn more about his not extremely startling nor astonishing level of success:

break a swan’s wing with a blow of her nose…

Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling is a fictional character played by British comedian Peter Cook throughout his career. Streeb-Greebling (or Greeb-Streebling, depending on Cook’s mood) is a stereotype of the upper class English duffer, described as “narrow-minded” and occasionally a “heartless bastard”.

Please enjoy a sadly incomplete transcription for this essential and paramount interview about a man’s life, a man’s profession, a man’s quest…
(Peter Cook & Dudley Moore)