If they'd only had trunks, this is how it might have looked:
David Attenborough is a highly-respected nature journalist, who has dominated British wildlife documentaries for half a century.
Hello! is a weekly magazine that invites the reader into the homes and lives of a gallery of 'stars', some famous, some desperate to become so.
Jane Seymour is a British actress, much praised for retaining a Hollywood figure even after giving birth to 4 children (not all at once).
A Manhattan is a classic cocktail:
1 part sweet vermouth
3 parts bourbon
dash of Angostura bitters
Mix over ice and strain. Serve with a Maraschino cherry.
Bonnie Langford is an British actress and entertainer who first became famous as a child for her winsome looks and talent for dancing.
Kathleen Tynan was a journalist and author who must have had to draw heavily on her own reserves on inner poise during her tumultuous marriage to theatre critic, Kenneth Tynan. A highly influential writer, he was famously the first person to say "fuck" on BBC television. Later in life he became deeply obsessed with sado-masochism, sometimes hiring prostitutes as extras in elaborate erotic scenarios. He also tried to compile an anthology of masturbation fantasies but failed to attract contributors.
Good Morning with Anne and Nick was a cosy breakfast televion offering from the BBC which ran for 4 years, presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen (also a fan of the diamond patterned sweater).
Katie bloody Boyle is an immaculately styled British television presenter, who fronted the Eurovision song contest throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
Zen is a school of Buddhism that aims to bring about a state of enlightenment through intense meditation.
Tina Brown is a prominent British journalist, author and magazine editor, who became an American citizen in 2005 and currently hosts her own talk show.
The New Yorker is a fearsome American magazine, specialising in commentary, criticism and satire.
Julian Barnes is an imposing literary figure, author of The History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters and Flaubert's Parrot. He won the Booker Prize in 2011 with The Sense of an Ending.
Blind Date was a light-weight dating show, hosted by Cilla Black, that proved immensely popular with Saturday night viewers.
Surprising revelations about drug use and visits to prostitutes polished off family-friendly Frank Bough's successful career as a sports and leisure presenter for the BBC, and he moved to rival channel ITV.