Bernard McKenna (writer)
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Bernard McKenna (born 1944) is a Scottish writer/producer who has written, or co-written, many hours of British television comedy. He is most noted for his work with Graham Chapman of Monty Python fame as well as his collaborations with Peter Cook and Douglas Adams. He had several acting roles in Monty Python's Life of Brian.
His writing work includes:
- Doctor in the House (1969–1977)
- Doctor Down Under (1979)
- The Top Secret Life of Edgar Briggs (1974)
- Out of the Trees (1975)
- Robin's Nest (1977–1981)
- The Odd Job (1978)
- Shelley (1979–1992)
- Peter Cook and Company (1980)
- Yellowbeard (1983)
- Me and My Girl (1984–1988)
- Brotherly Love (1999)
- Bad Boys
- Pilgrim's Rest
His production work includes:
- The New Statesman (1987–1994)
- Get Back (1992)
- Over The Rainbow
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- Simpson, M. J. (May 2005). Hitchhiker: A Biography of Douglas Adams. Justin, Charles & Co. pp. 74–. ISBN 978-1-932112-35-1. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
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