Multiple BBC radio interviews for Monty Python film editor Julian Doyle
Monty Python film editor Julian Doyle has been interviewed by a wide range of BBC radio stations, discussing his experiences working on the cherished comedy films as well as his new novel.
Mr Doyle, a client of book PR agency Palamedes, worked on Monty Python and The Holy Grail, Life of Brian, and The Meaning of Life, either as editor or special effects designer.
In addition, he had a small but memorable cameo at the close of The Holy Grail, playing the policeman who arrests King Arthur.
He has been speaking to a host of BBC stations about what it was like to work with the Monty Python stars, as well as discussing his memories of shooting the films and the planned scenes that were ultimately never filmed.
He has also been discussing his new novel, The Jericho Manuscript, which is inspired by his work on Life of Brian.
The radio interviews come just days after Mr Doyle enjoyed substantial national news media coverage, with a story by Palamedes revealing how some of Monty Python’s most famous sketches, including the ‘Black Knight’ scene, were almost lost to the cutting room floor because the stars thought they were “too silly, too dull, or too offensive.
For all media enquiries, including interviews with Julian Doyle or review copies of his new book The Jericho Manuscript, contact publicist Anthony Harvison.