Me: Well, there's so much. I want to find out as much as possible about this Albion of yours. It's really interesting, the thought of a parallel land which exists alongside England.
Feydeau: Parallel? What's he mean?
Me: I mean, we're here now, and while we're talking, life is pretty much going on in Albion, right?
Me: So, let's make a start. I'm sure my readers would be interested to know how exactly you came to be here. In England, in Sheffield, I mean.
Steel: You fetched us in your car.
Feydeau (to Steel): Not much room in those car things, is there? Nearly had to take one of the doors off to get in, and then I could only just fit in the back...
Steel: There was only you in the back.
Me: I didn't mean that. Tell me about the Gates. Tell me how it is that people can get from Albion to England, or England to Albion.
Feydeau: It's not that easy to explain.
Steel: Y'see, it's not really our area of expertise. All we know is that you can get from Albion to England...
Feydeau: ... or England to Albion.
Steel: But we've never actually done it ourselves. You'll need to speak to Benedict or the Rider. They'll tell you. Both of 'em have been back and forth many times.
Me: Just for the sake of clarity, you're talking about Sir Benedict Harkness and the Eyes of the Wind...
Steel (to Feydeau): - Do we know any others?
Feydeau: Well, we know lots of riders...
Me: Perhaps you could tell us some stories soon, but right now I think it might be an idea to tell us a bit more about your wonderful country. What about telling us, in your own words, what you understand to be some basic differences between Albion and England.