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Princess Margaret visits the Bush House Newsroom, early 1980s.

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"Well, I'm sure that's very interesting Mr Dunn and Mr Brazier, but where's the large whisky I ordered?"

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Senior Duty Editor Tony Dunn: "Is there an OBE in this for me, Ken?" Deputy  External Services Managing-Director Austen Kark HRH Princess Margaret BBC Chairman George Howard Editor, External Services News, Ken Brazier: "Not with that shirt and tie, Tony." Royal protection officer Copytaster Tony Hyde: "Here's a terrific story about trainspotting." External Services Managing-Director  Douglas Muggeridge BBC Chairman George Howard: "Why do I bother with this woman? She doesn't even have her own castle." Elizabeth "Nancy" Reynolds: "Strewth! Her make-up looks a bit rough." Editor External Services News Ken Brazier: "Now M'am, this tray holds pieces of paper onto which we write words. We then arrange the words into what we in journalism call a news story." MD External Services Douglas Muggeridge: "Golly. This Brazier chappie really knows his stuff." HRH Highness Princess Margaret: "How fascinating, Mr Brazier." Deputy MD External Services Austen Kark: "Now, what was  I supposed to buy on the way home?" Austen Kark to Douglas Muggeridge: "Look Doug, we're going to be here all bloody night, if we're not careful. Let's skip the Bulgars and the Burmese." Royal Detective: "Mmm. Better keep an eye on her. She looks as though she might have a couple of grenades on her. " HRH: "For Heavens sake, where's my whisky?" Edda Thomas: "Perhaps M'am would like to join Gwyn, Edgar, Iris and me  in the club for a quick half and Glenfiddick chaser." Ken: "The Trolley will be along shortly, M'am."