It deepens like a coastal shelf
I think he claimed that the only reason he ever did broadcast interviews was for the cash.
Yes, that sounds typically Waughish.
Thanks, I enjoyed that. I don't understand why the woman made Waugh out to be nervous and obstructive. He seemed at ease and forthcoming to me.
Interesting. Did you ever see the Fathers and Sons documentary which examined the father-son relationships within the Waugh family?
The introduction is so odd - he seems to me to be extremely honest and frank in the interview. It must be the fact that he doesn't actually expose himself in an undignified needy way that made the BBC creatures regard the thing as a failure.
'That arse Priestley'
At times Waugh seeems uncomfortable, using his cigar as a prop, but he also comes across as mischievous, bemused and bored by the interviewer.I haven't seen the 'Fathers and Sons' documentary. I must track it down.
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