England winning the Ashes, because Andy Murray is Scottish, so I don't care if he wins Wimbledon or not.
I read in the newspaper the other day that I've matured a lot.
I don't know about the headline, but there are sometimes fans who shout words that are a bit tedious at times. Sometimes they shout that my last name shouldn't be Swann, it should be Duck, which is just appalling. Then there was someone shouting out the other day that I've got Swann flu and not swine flu. That is not very clever.
I like to do the crossword in the Times, but it tends to be I can't finish it, so I end up making my own words to fill in.
1984 by George Orwell - a super book. I tend to read on tours and I end up reading Tom Clancy and Frederic Forsyth and Patrick Robinson rather than [Fyodor] Dostoyevsky and [Frederick] Nietzsche.
Cork again. I used to reply to everyone, but I soon realised the best way is to just shut up and get on with it.
Unpredictable players, because you don't know what they are gonna do next. They normally happen to be down the order.
Dr Comfort was actually a psychologist in the 1970s, and he released a book of lurid revelations about the women who visited him. Apparently at the time it was quite shocking. It made us chuckle, so we thought we we'd go with that.
No, not at all. I'm a charlatan. I've sung in front of at most 200 people.
I wish I could've been a fighter pilot. When I was at school there was a US airbase not far from us, and when we were playing rugby the planes used to dogfight over the top. And after watching Top Gun every schoolboy in England wanted to be a fighter pilot.
Some people are just cat people, some people are just dog people, but I love both. At the moment I have two cats.
No. But they always make me laugh, and it is a shame people get arrested for doing it. I think there are too many killjoys in the world.
I got it tested at school. It'd probably be in the high 150s.
The media should be allowed to ask anything, but they should be prepared to get any sort of reply back. It can't be one-way traffic. You can't say exactly what they want you to.
[Sachin] Tendulkar lbw in the Mohali Test last year, specially after he got the hundred in the Test match before, and also being the best player by miles in the world. A week before, in Chennai, we'd bowled so much at him trying to get him out. It was like banging our heads against a brick wall, and all of sudden I get him in Mohali, so it was the relief the moment that was the best thing about that wicket.
Mushy [Mushtaq Ahmed] once told me it's nice to see me always smiling in the dressing room.
Nagraj Gollapudi is an assistant editor at Cricinfo