I mean, I was first offered Princess Astra.
I can't bear it that Douglas isn't still here.
I was quite happy with the way I went, I think.
I had an awful lot to say in what I wore as Romana.
I enjoyed the promotion with K9 on my introduction day.
Don't ask me who my favourite monster was because I'm sick of saying Tom Baker.
Oh, I have to say Romana; she was much more fun to do but I did enjoy the Princess when she was turning bad.
I like that totally mixed up kind of eclectic group of personal props and bits of costume and I think the fun of doing that is where I was very lucky with Doctor Who.
We were only there for five days and during that time Tom was a bit annoyed that the French were more interested in me and my schoolgirl outfit than him and his long scarf.
One of the advantages of appearing in such a play is that you begin to understand it properly, I feel Ophelia's tragedy was that she had been so used by everybody and felt that she bore a great burden of guilt.