A review-cum-sketch of the Folkestone Triennial mentioned a film documenting Channel life, including a shot of “the archbishop of Canterbury, helping out at an archaeological dig along the coast, his hair a white, fluffy windsock in the distance”. The archbishop was misidentified; for further details see Letters.
From the letters page:
The first instance of misidentification occurred one evening on my entry into the Canterbury Cathedral precincts through a secondary gate. I was smartly dressed in a suit together with a new deep-purple Pierre Cardin shirt which had a white collar. As I went for my wallet to produce the free pass issued to all local residents, the security guard said: “No, no, my lord.” I instantly realised he had mistaken me for the archbishop and passed quickly on, extremely embarrassed. I have never worn the shirt again.