Then today I updated my Doollee.com entry and the updated-affirmative response included the address of Doollee creator and proprietor Julian Oddy - so I had to check it out on Google maps and he lives on a charming street in Dorset. The pub next door offered "toasties all day" on its sign and I had to ask Julian what it was. His response:
Take two slices of white bread, butter them, add cheese and ham to make a sandwich then toast > toastie
Interesting facts about Doollee.com - the name is based on the way Oddy's grandchildren pronounce his first name. The web site was created by him in 2003, in his spare time, as a project to teach himself HTML. He's not involved in theatre, but his wife is.
Also, clearly Julian Oddy is good people, as demonstrated by his obvious disdain for right-wingers in this comment in the Guardian back in May.
I first heard of Dorset, like so many English place-names, via Monty Python - the Council Ratcatcher Sketch:
Ratcatcher: Wainscoting ... Wainscoting ... Wainscoting ... sounds like a little Dorset village, doesn't it? Wainscoting.
(Cut to the village of Wains Cotting. A woman rushes out of a house.)
Woman: We've been mentioned on telly!
The Royal Oak of Weymouth, Dorset. Julian Oddy says it's a lovely pub.