Terry Jones's son emotional as he helps father accept Bafta Cymru award
The son of Monty Python actor and director Terry Jones broke down in tears as he helped his father accept a Bafta Cymru award for contribution to film and television.
Welsh-born Mr Jones, 74, picked up the award after almost 50 years of work, both with the Monty Python team and as a director and documentary presenter. He is also a renowned author of children's books.
His son, Bill, held his father's hand as the audience greeted the pair to the Cardiff stage with a standing ovation on Sunday evening.
Mr Jones, who suffers from primary progressive aphasia - a form of dementia which affects... read more
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