E.L. Wisty: They're not so rigorous, the mining exams, they only ask you one question. They say "who are you?" and I got 75% on that.
Alan Bennett: [dictating a telegram into the telephone] I want to end it if I may, "NORWICH".
Alan Bennett: "NORWICH", yes. Well, it's an idiomatic way of saying, "Knickers Off Ready When I Come Home". You see, it's the initial letters of each word.
Alan Bennett: Yes, I know "knickers" is spelt with a "K". I was at Oxford, it was one of the first things they taught us.
Eleanor Bron: It is particularly gratifying to see so many young faces here tonight. We often think that young people today are only out for a good time. Well, that certainly can't be said of these young people.