Kind of like where Vic & Bob went with Catterick, which you were involved in?
Yeah, yeah… They did a bit more of a narrative with that. I loved that. … A horribly underrated effort… Yeah, Bob says it’s the best thing they’ve done. It’s so funny and clever; and it was completely shat out on BBC3 and never seen again – like really good things are. Did the experience of putting The League on film draw a line under that for you? Well, as far as Royston Vasey and those characters go, yes. Myself, and Jeremy, Mark and Steve – who are The League Of Gentlemen – want to do another project. The will is there to do it, and I think it’ll probably be another film if we do it; probably a horror, a straight horror if we do it. That will probably be our next venture. Steve and I will be busy for a while, so that may scupper it for a while. It won’t be Royston Vasey. We know when to stop – or at least we should do. At the time the film wasn’t tremendously well received, did that put you off writing for film? We always knew it was going to be difficult, ’cause people don’t