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From the first episode ("Whither Canada," first aired 12 October 1969) of legendary BBC sketch comedy series'' [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0063929 Monty Python's Flying Circus]''. One of England's foremost modern composers who can't escape his silly nickname, or at least not during his interview (interviewer played by Eric Idle) on a parody of cultural talk shows called ''It's the Arts''. Played by Terry Jones.  
 
From the first episode ("Whither Canada," first aired 12 October 1969) of legendary BBC sketch comedy series'' [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0063929 Monty Python's Flying Circus]''. One of England's foremost modern composers who can't escape his silly nickname, or at least not during his interview (interviewer played by Eric Idle) on a parody of cultural talk shows called ''It's the Arts''. Played by Terry Jones.  
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Latest revision as of 04:55, 24 August 2017

From the first episode ("Whither Canada," first aired 12 October 1969) of legendary BBC sketch comedy series Monty Python's Flying Circus. One of England's foremost modern composers who can't escape his silly nickname, or at least not during his interview (interviewer played by Eric Idle) on a parody of cultural talk shows called It's the Arts. Played by Terry Jones.