With the benefit of great wisdom bestowed upon him by a lifetime in the public eye, Clement offers his idiosyncratic take on the world, from a senior standpoint.
Clement Freud presents the second in a series of reflections on contemporary life large and small through undimmed yet increasingly rheumy eyes: from the slow progress round the obstacle course that, with age, ordinary life increasingly becomes to the orchestral joys of polyphonic ringtones.
In the last of his reflections on the process of growing old, Clement Freud considers his own wellbeing.
"Maybe including," he says "a short medical bulletin on the state of my knees, ankles etc, all of which are showing certain signs of wear.".