Together with Virginia I ran the paper single-handed, often working up to a 100 hours a week, many times throughout the night. I collapsed at one point with blood pouring through my nose which couldn't be stopped and had to be taken to hospital. At that time, bogged down with work, various typos and mistakes inevitably occurred. I wrote Cilla Black in the first issue when her name was Cilla White, because I couldn't rememberf the surname. She decided to keep it. When I was writing the caption of Paul I just referred to John's spelling. At those hectic writing times I would often get memory blanks trying to think of something I actually knew, but my mind wouldn't register - then it would pop up at a different time. Difficult to explain if you didn't experience it.