There is a delightful moment, which Michael Palin recounts in his journal of his travels last year in North Korea, when he celebrated his 75th birthday. Hungry and thirsty after a hard day’s filming in
Inside the world's most secretive state: Michael Palin ventures to North Korea... and finds out what locals really think
He’s been around the world and from pole to pole – and now for something completely different… Michael Palin shares an exclusive extract from his North Korea diary On an early autumn morning in 2016, unexpected
Newspapers around the globe strive every day to explain Brexit news to their readers. But what is the broader perception of the United Kingdom in the global media? "Britain has never had a proper, written
Over the course of the Star Wars saga, viewers saw Princess Leia’s parents’ courtship, her eventual birth, her rise to power as a leader of the Rebel Alliance, and finally, in 2015’s The Force Awakens,
Python at 50: Silly Walks and Holy Grails, review – half a century of fish-slapping and 'nudge-nudge'
There were some wonderfully funny moments in Python at 50: Silly Walks and Holy Grails (BBC Two, Saturday). Such as Michael Palin, Graham Chapman and Terry Jones making life impossible for a local TV reporter
Monty Python couldn’t happen now, at least not in the way that it did 50 years ago. Treatments are written, pilots are made, and sometimes they’re even transmitted. If the response is good, a series might