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Idle is a member of the British surreal comedy group Monty Python, a member of The Rutles and the author of the Broadway musical Early life and education Idle was born in Harton Hospital, in South Shields in County Durham, to which his mother had been evacuated from the north west of England.
Despite this, he disliked other sports and would sneak out of school every Thursday afternoon to the local cinema.
The song can be downloaded in MP3 and OGG Vorbis format at the Internet Archive.
 His mother had difficulty coping with a full-time job and bringing up a child, so when Idle was seven, she enrolled him in the Royal Wolverhampton School as a boarder.
In 1986, Idle provided the voice of Wreck-Gar, the leader of the Junkions (a race of robots built out of junk that can only speak in film catchphrases and advertising slogans) in The Mikado, in which he appeared in the role of the Lord High Executioner, Ko-Ko. Idle s work in Python is often characterised by an obsession with language and communication: many of his characters have verbal peculiarities, such as the man who speaks in anagrams, the man who says words in the wrong order, and the butcher who alternates between rudeness and politeness every time he speaks.
Idle performed the song at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games on 12 August 2012  and as the farewell song of the last show of the Pythons at the O2 arena, 20 July 2014. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful.
George Harrison made a guest appearance on one episode. Python sketches dealing most with contemporary obsessions like pop music, sexual permissiveness and recreational drugs are usually Idle s work, often characterised by double entendre, sexual references, and other naughty subject matter â most famously demonstrated in Nudge Nudge.
Tim Brooke-Taylor and Bill Oddie auditioned me for the Footlights smoker, and that led to me discovering about and getting into the Footlights, which was great.
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Idle, his fellow Pythons, and assorted family and friends performed the song at Graham Chapman s memorial service.
Idle originally wrote Nudge, Nudge for Ronnie Barker, but it was rejected because there was no joke in the words.
 Idle starred in the children s television comedy series Do Not Adjust Your Set co-starring his future Python fellows Terry Jones and Michael Palin.
Other regular performers were David Battley, Henry Woolf, Gwen Taylor and Terence Bayler.
Actors appearing in the film included Saturday Night Live s John Belushi, Bill Murray and Gilda Radner, as well as fellow Python Michael Palin, but also real musicians of the 1960s such as former real Beatle George Harrison, as well as Mick Jagger and Paul Simon.