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Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Godfather on 18 June 2005 10:10pm
 

Probably already been mentioned. But incase it hasn't been. Just noticed it while looking through the TV guide for this week. Friday 24th June, Michael Palin on Jonathan Ross (BBC1 22:35) talking about his Himalaya Book. Knowing Jonathan, he'll ask some awkward questions.

 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Godfather on 19 June 2005 12:03pm
 

Charming !

 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by James O'Shea on 19 June 2005 12:05pm
 
I'll set the video, coz I'm away next weekend
 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Spursfan on 19 June 2005 9:52pm
 
I may have to set the DVD, as it's my graduation the following day and I need my sleep!

Anne
 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Ageless Backpacker! on 19 June 2005 11:46pm
 
Thanks - I didn't know. Must go to bed - exhausting day!
 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Wild in Africa on 23 June 2005 4:31pm
 
Thanks for reminding us Godfather and don't worry about the old Moocow, silly old cow more like!
We're looking forward to Michael giving Woss a wight wibbing and having a go at his woosy hair.
Geldof was good last week wasn't he?
 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Ahren on 23 June 2005 8:17pm
 
Ooh it's tomorrow!!
 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by perfectbitch on 24 June 2005 12:44pm
 
Tonight now
 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Godfather on 25 June 2005 2:12am
 
Pretty good wasn't it. Short and Sweet. I was quite suprised how Jonathan Ross seemed quite tame with Michael. Perhaps he respects him more than some of his other guests. Glad the fabled cans of Tuna Chunks from 80 days were mentioned, and the Chicha made from the spitting old women of Peru was a funny addition.
 
Re: Michael on Jonathan Ross (Friday 24th) by Ken Dunn on 25 June 2005 2:27am
 
For those of you who missed it or live overseas, Michael appeared last on the show, a good job too or we would have missed him too and he was his usual cheery informative self with anecdotes from some af his travels and Monty Python works. The specifics I can remember were a mention of Around the World in 80 days, an encounter with an old lady who gave him a drink in a Peru village, meeting the two American ladies on the Annapurna trail and a clip from 'The Life of Brian' where he spoke similar to Jonathan Ross. He also spoke about arriving home from journeys and settling in over the first few days and Ross asked if he ever tried to catch the eye of ladies while travelling. He said that wasn't really possible as they were always on the move (and I'm sure he is too happily married anyway).
 
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