We all dream a lot - some are lucky, some are not. But if you think it, want it, dream it, then it's real. You are what you feel.
Maintaining our standard; that's our challenge day-in and day-out.
September is my favourite month, particularly in Cornwall. I felt, even as a child, that if you get a wonderful day in September, you think: 'This could be one of the last, the summer is nearly over.' If you get a wonderful day in May, you think: 'So what, there's more coming.'
I love trains. I don't even mind First Great Western, which is a stupid name because it implies every carriage is first class, but they're not.
I have a fear of doing stuff that's not very good and being remembered for that.
I love the history of popular music. I love to know what people are listening to, even if I don't like it.
You've got to have a young element in a show. Any project needs youth and dynamism as well old codgerdom and experience.
I have always been obsessed with America, the geography, the history, and, of course, the music. I've been lucky enough to have travelled through the country a lot, and, in a kind of anorak way, I've noted which states I've visited and which ones I've been to most often and all that sort of detail.
And all the good you've done will soon be swept away, You've begun to matter more than the things you say.
Digital is a disaster. No digital radio has the correct time and they don't even agree with each other.
I hate doing interviews. I get really bored talking about me.
I have radios everywhere around the house, very old battered ones that I've had for years and years. None of them are digital.
In the world of musical theatre, if everyone says it's a good idea, you wonder why nobody has done it before.
There is already huge public interest in stage musicals.
To find a new British composer who is really good is rare.
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