And finally on the National Theatre front (See News, 7 Sep 2004), a smiling Nicholas Hytner, admitted yesterday: “The truth is, in a job where you’re supposed to suffer, I’m having an indecently good time.” One journalist at the Annual Review press conference quipped, “give it time.” Hytner took over from an embattled Trevor Nunn in April 2003. In memoirs published last year (National Service: Diary of a Decade, another NT predecessor Richard Eyre confessed that he’d resorted to taking anti-depressants during his time in the job, considered by many as the highest-pressure job in theatre (See Features, 3 Nov 2003).