In the new series, which started last week, Dan Cruickshank and Kirsty Wark present 100 years of Britons' lives filmed on home movie cameras, proving that shooting a video and showing it off to the public isn't a new thing.
After an appeal to people to send in their favourite pieces of home movie footage, an expert team of film historians pored over the results as well as amateur film footage held in the nation's archives. The team then took to the road in a specially constructed 'cinebus' to hear about the films in person.
The Home Movie Roadshow team: Robin Baker, Kirsty Wark, Dan Cruickshank and Binny Baker © Silver River TV/BBC
In a clip taken from the next programme, Jones explains to Wark how he would capture the madcap antics of the Pythons at work and play before they hit the big time.
In the early days of Monty Python's Flying Circus, the team had little idea of how big the show would become, so Jones wanted to capture the moment on film - an early nod to his future in directing.
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