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With his new novel about to be published, Janus archivist Jon Rayworth caught up with him just before Christmas last year… Stephen Sims: In between writing jobs I used to do walk-on and support acting work in film and television.

At one of the gigs I did a chap was talking about this photographic stint he’d done for a magazine.

They obviously needed to see the candidates first, and I met this towering man who introduced himself as the photo editor, this was Vic Barnes, and Peter French who was the editor. Peter was a Fleet Street man, he’d worked in newspapers and was very interested in the fact that I was actually a writer and had books published.

After I’d done the first shoot he asked me if I’d like to have a go at writing a photo story.

I do remember Vic saying to me at one point, “Stephen, pull your socks up” – my socks were round my ankles, which would show in the shot.

I learnt so much from Vic, which was especially helpful when I took over as editor of Privilege.The idea behind the shoot was that this young woman had misbehaved in some sort of way and her stepfather had called the neighbours round to witness her punishment. I assumed she’d be terrified as she was about to be “dealt with most severely”, as Peter would say; she didn’t bat an eyelid, but I was absolutely mesmerised!Of course once you’ve done a few shoots you become a bit blasé about it, but this was my first experience.The next day I phoned the number he gave and spoke to the editor’s secretary, a girl called Raine, who said I had to write in and apply formally, so that’s what I did.I was invited along to a little office they had in Golden Square in London at the very top of the building, really the attic area, for this interview. SS: At first I thought he was rather a cold person, he’d gaze rather bleakly at you, a bit like a headmaster I suppose, but it was all a front.This time you were playing Hillary Hanbury-Boyce’s cousin Royston Arnold (below).

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