Michael Berkeley is joined by comedy writer and actor John Cleese, who reflects on his childhood in Weston-super-Mare and the physical awkwardness that made him stand out from an early age. He remembers his fateful early decision not to be a lawyer but to try comedy instead and shares what he has learned about the strange unconscious process of creativity. His music choices include Tchaikovsky, Scott Joplin and John Williams, as well as comedy sketches by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.
Running Time: 60 minutes (approx)
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