'The Importance of Happiness' was written in London, at Blue Harbour, Jamaica and in the Hollywood Hills.
At Noël Cowards' original dining table in Blue Harbour, Jamaica.
Various homes of The Actors' Orphanage: Moreland Road, Croydon. Langley Hall, Berkshire. Silverlands, Chertsey. The Gould Institute, The Bronx, New York. Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge. The blue plaque at Langley Hall today.
The Holy Trinity Church and Chertsey Station.
The author with Hazel Collinson and with Susannah Slater.
With Gyles Brandreth at the birthday celebrations for Noël Coward, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
Bust of Sir Henry Irving, now at Denville Hall.
Noël Coward's home, Firefly, Jamaica.
Ernie, Leroy and Roy at Blue Harbour, Jamaica.
US Performing Arts Camps at UCLA. With Judith Patterson CEO, Professor Myrl Shreibman. And with Richard Chamberlain.
At Goldeneye, Jamaica