Post by Moor Larkin
I think I would ask him to tell me about his memory of some of the
people he worked with, who are now largely forgotten, Belinda Lee and
Ralph Smart are the two in the forefront of my mind.
Now, where and when exactly is this dinner party taking place? ;)
I suspect that it starts with Mytol in your tea...
( I doubt, after all, if we each move in the same circles.) :-)
But can't the poor man just be left in peace to eat his dinner?
(Would *you* like to be quizzed by complete strangers about the people
you've met and what you thought of them, and the jobs you took and which
ones you preferred?)
(It's dinner not an interview panel...)
Or do you think that celebrities aren't entitled to the same peace and
privacy as anyone else?
(Although I'll admit that accepting an invitation to dinner does tend to
mean that you're prepared to 'sing for your supper' to some extent, and
entertain at least those sitting on either side of you with your wit, charm,
jokes and best anecdotes...
Traditionally, of course, you should just smile and ask him if he likes your
Seems a bit forward, I know.
But the precedent has already been established in some TV series or other...