The PR trio headed across the Channel to 'fire arrows into imaginary French knights at Crecy and Agincourt', Wheeler tells us.
Broadbent adds: 'There was a little museum there, and we stood exactly where the battle was.' Did they get permission from local gendarmes for such japery? 'No, we tried to avoid the authorities,' replies Broadbent.
Wheeler, clearly relishing his post-GCI days, tells us: 'It was great: the weather was even grey and overcast - just as it was in 1415.' Each to their own.