In her 1975 memoir "Change Lobsters and Dance", Lilli Palmer recalled how she had to rush from the studio hair department wearing curlers on hearing that a German bomb had exploded at the foot of her garden. She and Sir Rex Harrison returned to their house Brackenwood in Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England to find the windows and some doors blown in. Their infant son, Carey, had been in his pram on the patio. Although covered in glass fragments, he was not injured, protected by a rhododendron bush. None of the numerous staff were injured either.
I've nothing against you personally Kenway.
Vivian Kenway: Decent of you to say so.
Edwards: It just that you're the last straw that's all. I'm sick and tired of teaching their jobs to gilded youths backed by influence and class privilege, and then watching them end up with ...
When Vivian is accosted by a university academic at the foot of the Martyr's Memorial in St Giles, Oxford, the backdrop shows the spire of St Mary's, the university church in Radcliffe Square several streets away.