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Sandi Toksvig

The writer, actor, comedian, feminist and new presenter of cult television quiz series, QI, shares what is important to her in life

The greatest lesson my father taught me was to live my life with passion. He was passionate about tiny, ordinary things. One day, we were driving along and saw a pheasant that had been killed on the road. He got me out of the car, saying: ‘Come and look at these feathers; how beautiful they are.’ He clipped some off and we went home and tied them to fishing flies. ‘Now the life of the pheasant goes on,’ he said.

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