Production: An Audience With Tim Brooke-Taylor in conversation with Chris Serle
Tim Brooke-Taylor has been delighting audiences with his gentle, zany humour ever since he rocketed from the Cambridge Footlights into West End stardom trading custard pies with John Cleese and one-liners with Bill Oddie in the hugely successful Cambridge Circus revue. That was only the start of a sparkling career which includes the long-running TV series The Goodies, BBC Radios Im Sorry Ill Read That Again in which he starred with Cleese and the antidote to panel games Im Sorry I Havent a Clue, now in its 39th year, appearing in countless stage productions and writing a few books. Those are just a few of the sugjects this much-loved performer will be covering in conversation with the broadcast journalist Chris Serle. Given time Tim will also tell us how he directed Orson Welles in a film, helped Sevvy Ballesteros with his golf swing, appeared as Victor Meldrews neighbour in One Foot in the Grave and much, much more. Youll have the chance to put your own questions to Tim at the end. Join
Tim Brooke-Taylor in conversation with Chris Serle at ..