Presenting Professor: Good evening and welcome to History Today. I am here with Professor F.J Lewis, Emeritus Professor of History at All Souls College, Oxford, and we will be taking about the evolution of the post-Crimea British Army, Professor Lewis. Professor Lewis: You see that 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales Own)? Presenting Professor: I am familiar with that cavalry of the line Regiment. Professor Lewis: Thatâs your regiment, that is. Youâre a Â¾ dancer and nobody likes youâ¦â¦ Presenting Professor: Well, Professor Lewis, you see that Kingâs Royal Hussar No 2 dress? Professor Lewis: I am aware of such attire. Presenting Professor: Their No 2 dress trousers, thatâs your favourite pulling gear that is. Thatâs what you wear when you go to London selling your bum like 3 PARAâs mortars, that is. Professor Lewis: Oh, ah ha ha ha ha. Psssst, oi, RSM, RSM, he fancies you! He wants to beast you round the square and give you a regimental bath he does! Presenting Professor: See that range stew? Professor Lewis: I am aware of that particular form of sustenance. Presenting Professor: Thatâs your favourite meal that is. Thatâs all your mum can cook that is. You eat it three times a day and on your birthday and Christmas too! You eat so much range strew all your underpants have stains the same colour of Kingâs Royal Hussarâs berets Professor Lewis: Oh, ah ha ha ha ha. See this pace stick? Presenting Professor: The one you are pointing in my direction? Professor Lewis: That is correct. Well, thereâs a turd at the end of it! Presenting Professor: Correct, but the afford mentioned turd is not at my end! Well I don't think anyone can be in any doubt that tonight myself and Professor F.J Lewis have had a most valid and enlightening debate. Professor F.J Lewis, thank you very much.