!I might as well tell you that story now about being insulted by the most unpopular man in Britain. You might be wondering who that is now, no not Simon Bates. What's his name. Beadle, Jeremy Beadle, no no no, I'll tell you the story now. On Monday night, John Walters was dfoing his first ever DJ programme, when he actually had to like play the records and do all the technical stuff at the desk, such as I do so brilliantly for you night in night out. And he was doing at GLR in London, Greater London Radio. And what I thought I'd do when he finished at 10 o'clock I'd go round and ask for an autographed picture as he came out, you see. So I went over there, I was a bit early getting tehre, and I was standing on the steps, outside, a little alleyway, kind of dimly lit, and I tried to get in, tried to get the intercom working and it wouldn't work. So I though, I'll just wait until he comes out, he won't be that long, and then another bloke came up, and his face was vaguely familiar, a kind of blotchy red face, and wearing one of those shell suits, I wouldn't have chosen it myself, and he came up and he tried the intercom and it worked for him. And he didn't say anything, and while he was waiting for someone to come and open the door, i was trying to engage him in conversation so I said "well you know" I was just chatting and he was looking at me out the corner of his eye thinking "Hello, this bloke's a looney" cos you do get people hanging around outside radio stations who are really strange, coming up and saying to you "Hello, I'm the Archangel Gabriel" they say, stuff like that "How do you do pleased to meet you" so anyway, he disappeared into the building, then he went around and found somebody inside the building and said to them "There's a vagrant standing outside" you know, and somebody came outside to check who the vagrant was, and it was me, and I was quite happy to be described as a vagrant frankly, nothing wrong with that, and I said, "who was that bloke anyway?" and its Graham Kelly, who is the secretary of the Football Association, and one of the prime movers behind this Premier League, thing, and/or Superleague whatever it's called and I didn't challenge him on it. And he came out and shook hands and he was quite jolly actually and I really hated myself for not attacking him on the subject of the superleague. But as I should have pointed out to him I would sooner spend the time with vagrants than the people who run football by and large!