Jill Dando quotes

  • Spring and autumn are inconsiderable events in a landscape compared with the shadows of a cloud.

  • Let whoever wants to, relax in the south, And bask in the garden of paradise. Here is the essence of north—and it's autumn I've chosen as this year's friend.

  • When autumn returns with its long anticipated holidays, and preparations are made for a scamper in some distant locality, hammer and notebook will not occupy much room in the portmanteau, and will certainly be found most entertaining company.

  • The desire of reward is one of the strongest incentives of human conduct; ... the best security for the fidelity of mankind is to make their interest coincide with their duty.

  • The most difficult thing is to recognize that sometimes we too are blinded by our own incentives. Because we don’t see how our conflicts of interest work on us.

  • When you're working in front of an audience, you have incentive to excel.

  • When I get off the plane in England I always feel about two inches shorter.

  • I still get butterflies when England are playing.

  • There is a lot of luck in football. Following England is like following Wycombe Wanders or Leyton Orient. You hope for the best and hope you are lucky.

  • In England, 'Doctor Who' has always been considered a children's show, at least by children.

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