Mrs Celia Foot of Chichester: 'I'd insure my legs because I enjoy cycling and walking so much.'
Mrs Lilly Legg of Norwich: 'I'd insure my eyes, they're the most valuable part of me and fortunately my eyesight has always been good. I don't know what I wouldn't insure, I'm nearly 80 and think most of my organs are pretty warn out by now]'
Mr Jeff Hands of Croydon: 'My ears, I'm already slightly deaf and would hate to lose my hearing completely. I wouldn't bother insuring my hair, what's left of it, because what there is is already dead]'
Mrs Erica Finger of Maida Vale, London: 'I'd rather just insure my health generally because it's the most important thing in life. There's nothing I wouldn't insure, I'm rather fond of all the parts of my body.'
Mrs Yvonne Body of Liverpool: 'I'd insure my back, it's been giving me a lot of trouble for the past 12 months. I wouldn't bother getting cover for my fingernails]'
Mr Tony Cassidy, underwriter of Syndicate 582 at Lloyds of London, which insured Egon Ronay's precious buds: 'My eyes, because they are vital for my job and, as an individual, I am most sensitive to things and people in a visual way. Also, I'm interested in the arts, almost all of which are visual.'Reuse content