TV "I'd done a lot of radio at this point, so being live wasn't so bad. The thing about television is, you can't see the millions of people watching. If you stood up in front of an audience of 5000 people you'd piss yourself wouldn't you? But if you're in a room on your own with a camera and you make a mess of it, nobody's there to jeer, or cringe, or not laugh at your jokes. Nobody's there at all. I remember painful moments of not having enough material to fill the time on one or two occasions. That's my abiding impression of those first three weeks." -- Andy Crane on being in the Children's BBC broom cupboard in an interview for Off The Telly.