There weren’t many female bosses, either. We had one at Today, but elsewhere they were thin on the ground. To give you a sense of the male hierarchy, a couple of years later there was an internal board for a researcher’s job on a different programme. None of the six or seven editors or deputies or assistant editors could sit on the board because they’d all shagged one of the female applicants. And one female applicant had shagged everyone on the interview board. Happy days.