This is a good example of a seemingly straightforward interview and a great performance. We used Richard's own facial expressions to "cover" the cuts we made in his dialogue. Different sized frames ( wide, medium and tight) during the interview, also allowed us to put his best answers together without jittery jump cuts or having to resort to shots of his hands and other cutaways.
LESSON: Get multiple frame sizes during your interviews, don't just put the camera on the tripod and roll. Get portraits of the interviewee during the interview and definitely after. Make sure to film "the in between moments" during an interview as they may help the scene visually as well as useful to cover jump cuts.