The Punks Delight (the New Way)
for a line of as many couples as will.
This dance is a continuous progressive dance which requires 3*(n-1) repeats (less the continuous factor) for each of the three figures, plus one repeat for the intro figure. 3 couples = 19 repeats, 4 = 28, 5 = 37.
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr.
Music: The English Tradition by The City Waites - this version doesn't quite work - only 13ish repeats.
iTunes playlists from building blocks creating the proper number of repeats for the number of couples
Intro figure:
1&2: Lead up a double, fall back a double
3&4: That again
5&6: Set and turn single, left
7&8: Set and turn single, right
First figure:
1: Man 1 and woman 1 switch places in a double and face down to couple 2
2: Men take both hands, women take both hands, man 1 turns man 2 halfway around to the left so that man 2 is in the center of the set, woman 1 does the same with woman 2, turning right
3: Turn them the opposite direction back to place
4: Couple 1 goes between couple 2 and into their place in a double, couple 2 slipping up into couple 1's place
5&6: Take hands around and circle all the way around to (inverted) place in two doubles
7&8: Arm left with your partner (active couple turn 1 1/2 times to get back to proper sides of the set) 
R: Do this figure until you come back to your places, sitting out at the top and bottom and coming back in as the opposite type.  
If there are live musicians, then the next figure can start when the first and second couples return to their places, otherwise everyone needs to be back in place before the second figure begins
Second figure:
1&2: Man 1 takes two doubles to cross the set, walking around where woman 1's place, to end up standing behind (and a little above) woman 2, facing down the line 
At the same time, woman 1 takes two doubles to circle most of the way around woman 2, going between couple 2 and ending up standing behind (and a little below) woman 2, facing both up the line and her partner
(They sort of end up standing like this   :--   where couple 1 is the colon and couple 2 are the two dashes
3&4: Couple 1 takes two doubles to arrive behind man 2, with man 1 going between couple 2 and standing behind man 2 and a little below him, facing up the line
as woman 1 goes up to her normal position and then across the set and around man 1's place, ending up behind and a little above man 2 facing both down the set and her partner
(Like this        --:        )
5&6: Couple 1 and man 2 take right hands across and walk all the way around and then some, so that couple 1 is between couple 2 and in position for
7&8: Couple 1 and woman 2 take right hands across and go not qute all the way around so that couple 1 ends up in couple 2's place, progressing down the line
Note: The transition between these two right-hands-across is not smooth, and takes some fudging and early breaking to realign for the second one.  Everyone needs to be quick about the transition, or there won’t be enough time to complete the figure.
R: Do this figure until you come back to your places, sitting out at the top and bottom and coming back in as the opposite type.  
If there are live musicians, then the next figure can start when the first and second couples return to their places, otherwise everyone needs to be back in place before the second figure begins
Third figure:
1: Man 1 does a double across the set to end up passing his partner (by right shoulder) and ending up behind her, with man 2 following, walking up to man 1's place and then a little forward
approaching but not reaching woman 1
2: Man 1 continues his motion with a double that loops around to come back between woman 1 and woman 2, man 2 following - by the end of this double man 1 is on one side of the two women ("in front") and man 2 is on the other side ("behind")
3: Woman 1 and woman 2 take inside hands and join the parade - all four take a double forward, maintaining relative positions (a moving diamond)
Note: These three doubles are all one continuous motion, procession-like, and should be treated as such without forgetting to keep time with the music
4: Everyone turn to face the other direction and do a double, man 2 leading
5&6: Men cast off to their right, circling around their partner (possibly a "gypsy" - maintain eye contact), the women following, so that the men end up on the women's side, women on the men's side, but with couple 1 still above couple 2 -
the progression has not yet happened
Note: This ends up being sort of a swirling motion, looping around a few times until people end up where they need to end up - it can be very stylish and elegant if done well
7: Man 1 and man 2 switch places by right hands as woman 1 and woman 2 do the same - this is the progression
8: Both couples switch places by left hands, returning everyone to the correct side of the set
R: Do this figure until you come back to your places, sitting out at the top and bottom and coming back in as the opposite type.  When everyone is back to their starting places, the dance is finished