Sarah and I were staying in the same hotel and, because our characters
spend so much time thinking and talking about each other, there was this
funny moment when we actually saw each other across the bar and it was
like, ‘There you are!’ - James Norton ↳ Sarah Lancashire and James Norton in ‘Happy Valley’
Adieu, farewell, to earth and star All these worlds uncertain are; Fools only trust in walls; Illness climbs them one and all; No one from its march can fly: I am sick, I must die. O Stars, have mercy on us!
Starfarer, trust not your ship: Into its ports the death will slip; Though with care your traps are laid All things to end are made; Death cometh to you by and by. I am sick, I must die. O Stars, have mercy on us!
You ground-stuck beauties, take care For radiation will catch you unaware: Brightness falls from the air. It will take, you, young and fair. Death approacheth from the sky. I am sick, I must die. O Stars, have mercy on us!
Traders of starstuff, take your wares; Take on travelers, take your fares, No one can from this death flee O travelers, be ware with me: Though the rockets flare and fly, I am sick, I must die. O Stars, have mercy on us!
We hasten then, we travelers all To go beneath our common pall; We claimed our heavenly heritage, Leaving behind Earth, the player’s stage; Though we mounted to the sky I am sick, I must die. O Stars, have mercy on us!
“I didn’t know Prince Philip was there! So he saunters around, and I’m trying to talk, muffling all my words, and then he comes up, and the Queen then introduced me to Prince Philip…”
— Nadiya on baking a cake for the Queen’s 90th birthday