From Alan Bennett's What I Did in 2015 in the London Review of Books:
3 August (the day of Dad's death, 41 years ago). To Gosford Street to record Sue MacGregor's programme Reunion about the two series of Talking Heads. The best anecdote to come out of the first series was told me by Tony Cash, who heard A Lady of Letters translated on French radio. In the original version Miss Ruddock, talking about her dubious neighbours on whom she spies, remarks: 'Couple opposite having their tea. No cloth on. Milk bottle stood there waiting.' This had been translated: 'Couple opposite having their tea. No clothes on. Milk bottle stood there waiting.'