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The One Show Michael Parkinson recalls Billy Connolly chat
MICHAEL PARKINSON appeared opposite Alex Jones and Ronan Keating on Thursday’s The One Show to discuss all about his upcoming documentary series, Parkinson at 50. And in doing so, he had to mention the famous time comedian Billy Connolly first popped up on his talk show.
MICHAEL PARKINSON. The One Show Michael Parkinson recalls Billy Connolly chat. Billy Connolly has become a household name to comedy fans everywhere thanks to his side-splitting routines and TV appearances over the past five decades or so. But one of the most memorable television appearances in his career undoubtedly came back in 1975, when the Scottish comedian joined Sir Michael Parkinson on his self-titled talk show. Reliving the chat with Alex Jones and Ronan Keating on Thursday’s The One Show, Sir Michael delved into the night in question as he revisits the interview for his upcoming BBC documentary, Parkinson at 50.
Sir Michael Parkinson CBE is an English broadcaster, journalist and author. He presented his television talk show, Parkinson, from 1971 to 1982 and from 1998 to 2007, as well as other talk shows and programmes both in the UK and internationally. He has also worked in radio broadcasting.