Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them present
Swearing is a really important part of one’s life. It would be impossible to imagine going through life without swearing and without enjoying swearing… There used to be mad, silly, prissy people who used to say swearing was a sign of a poor vocabulary -such utter nonsense. The people I know who swear the most tend to have the widest vocabularies and the kind of person who says swearing is a sign of a poor vocabulary usually have a pretty poor vocabulary themselves… The sort of twee person who thinks swearing is in any way a sign of a lack of education or a lack of verbal interest or -is just a fucking lunatic… I haven’t met anybody who’s truly shocked at swearing, really, they’re only shocked on behalf of other people. Well, you know, that’s preposterous… or they say ‘it’s not necessary’. As if that should stop one doing it! It’s not necessary to have coloured socks, it’s not necessary for this cushion to be here, but is anyone going to write in and say ‘I was shocked to see that cushion there, it really wasn’t necessary’? No, things not being necessary is what makes life interesting -the little extras in life.
—  Stephen FryOn swearing

stay here…Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016)

David Tennant is surprised by his unexpected special recognition at the National Television Awards. He dedicated his award to his father, Dr. Alexander McDonald, who had this to say in the video tribute:

“He does love people and that’s a great gift. In this day and age, to love people makes the world a better place. And I think David, in all he does, makes the world a better place.”