That Mitchell And Webb Sound

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20120822 (BBC7)

A macabre celebrity makeover show and the origins of the internet. From September 2009.

20120815 (BBC7)

How to talk to an emperor and inventing Saturday night TV shows.

20120829 (BBC7)

Who will succeed Zorro? Can pensioners understand the futures trade?

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Comedy sketch show.

With Olivia Colman and James Bachman.Sketches that take a sideways look at the world, including the worst possible name for a dry cleaning shop, the brave and dangerous work of Hairdressers Sans Frontiers, and the tragic consequences when a stray piece of ham goes unchecked.

With Olivia Colman and James Bachman.Sketches that take a sideways look at the world, including the worst possible name for a dry cleaning shop, the brave and dangerous work of Hairdressers Sans Frontiers, and the tragic consequences when a stray piece of ham goes unchecked.

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More sketches, including what James Bond is really like as a party guest, and the rather too exciting world of Rabbit Newsnight.

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Hear the badger and a fox's opinion of hunting and the ultimate football commentary!.

1/6. Comedy sketch show with David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Olivia Colman and James Bachman. Including a passionate debate about hunting between a badger and a fox; and the ultimate football commentary.

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Find out what to do if other peoples children fill you with horror, how forensic detectives operated in the stone age, and just why has Saddam Hussein dropped off the cocktail party circuit?

More sketches from the inside-out world of David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Find out what to do if other peoples children fill you with horror, how forensic detectives operated in the stone age, and just why has Saddam Hussein dropped off the cocktail party circuit?

With James Bachman and Olivia Colman.

2/6. Comedy sketch show with David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

Including what to do if other people's children fill you with horror; how forensic detectives operated in the Stone Age; and just why has Saddam Hussein dropped off the cocktail party circuit?

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3/6. Comedy sketch show with David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Olivia Colman and James Bachman. Includes old-style waiters, who won't let you see the wine list if you aren't wearing a tie.

Sketch comedy including a return to old-style waiters, who won't let you see the wine list if you aren't wearing a tie; the poorly-matched crime fighting duo of Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit; and the ultimate brain teaser.

Starring Robert Webb and David Mitchell with James Bachman and Olivia Colman.

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Sketch comedy with a twist of strangeness starring Robert Webb and David Mitchell. This week, the secret of daytime TV scheduling and why Dr Jekyll isn't always welcome at cocktail parties.

This week tough guy cops Preston and Loader stake out a gangland villain and explore their sexuality; we learn why Dr Jekyll can be a problem at drinks parties; and there's an exciting new daytime TV programme about scheduling daytime TV.

More sketch comedy starring Robert Webb and David Mitchell. This week tough guy cops Preston and Loader stake out a gangland villain and explore their sexuality; we learn why Dr Jekyll can be a problem at drinks parties; and there's an exciting new daytime TV programme about scheduling daytime TV. With James Bachman and Olivia Colman.

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Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman. Why twins are creepy; and the worst ever name for a watch emporium.

This week why twins are creepy, the worst ever name for a watch emporium, and the resident snooker commentators discuss homophobia in the modern game.

More sketch comedy from the lop-sided world of Robert Webb and David Mitchell. This week why twins are creepy, the worst ever name for a watch emporium, and the resident snooker commentators discuss homophobia in the modern game. With Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

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Last in the series of the comedy sketch show from the peculiar minds of David Mitchell and Robert Webb, including the uses of swingball as a cure for depression; a clip from Channel 4's sensitive new show "Would Like to Be Normal"; and why Maid Marion is such fun at parties, as long as she doesn't bring that dreadful bloke Robin with her.

With Olivia Colman and James Bachman

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

Includes the uses of swingball as a cure for depression, a clip from Channel 4's sensitive new show 'Would like to be normal'; and why Maid Marion is such fun at parties, as long as she doesn't bring that dreadful bloke Robin with her.

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Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

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Including a political interview that finally gets right to the heart of the matter, a man who killed a bear with his bare hands but somehow isn't cutting it on the dating scene, and a thrilling new drama featuring a cop who doesn't get results but does things by the book.

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

2/6. Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

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Including how the Victorians invented the slightly mobile phone, a clip from the hottest new reality format, Big Celebrity Fame Zeppelin, and a baby seal who can offer advice about text messages.

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

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This edition features the mystical power of the Xin warrior when it comes to fixing air conditioning, a very seedy fox, an inner-city slum in the countryside and the return of drunken sleuth Sir Digby Chicken-Caesar.

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

4/6. Featuring the mystical power of the Xin warrior when it comes to fixing air conditioning, a very seedy fox, an inner-city slum in the countryside and the return of drunken sleuth Sir Digby Chicken-Caesar.

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Featured items include what goes on in the mind of a shower, a zoo full of heartbreak, why no bank robbery is complete without a mission statement, and the charming tale of Zombie Poppins and Paddington Corpse.

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

5/6. Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

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Featuring the quest for the world's most ornate object, what really happens in the stock market, and live updates from the Office Olympics.

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

6/6. Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.

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20120815 (BBC7)
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20120815 (R4)

How to talk to an emperor and inventing Saturday night TV shows.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell star in a series of daft but intelligent sketches in That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

David Mitchell and Robert Webb are joined by James Bachman, Sarah Hadland and Olivia Colman in That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

The Producer is Gareth Edwards.

This week the ideas factory behind Strictly Come Dancing reveal the secret to creating hit TV shows - take the title of a moderately successful film and replace the last word with the name of an old TV programme. Future hits to look out for include The Shawshank Rentaghost and Lock Stock and Two Smoking Footballers Wives. Also among this week's sketches, problems arise over how to talk like a Roman emperor; there's a ground breaking interview on how to count whales; we meet a man raised by a family of wasps; and we visit the only Orthopaedic supplies company in Britain to have its very own portal to another universe.

Plus some old ladies with something very important to say.

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How to talk to an emperor and inventing Saturday night TV shows.

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David Mitchell and Robert Webb star in another selection of comedy sketches from the hedge around the left of the field in That Mitchell and Webb Sound

This week we learn the true secrets of weather-prediction and learn the correct way to pay homage to the mighty weather brain. Christopher Hitchens hosts his very own children's programme. We travel back in time to witness the creation of the first ever At sign and meet the sinister shadowy figure of Jeremiah Internet. And there's a clip from a reality TV show that uses the latest cutting edge surgery to find the Lord of the Forest in "Make Me a Celebrity Centaur."

Robert Webb and David Mitchell are joined by Olivia Colman, Sarah Hadland, and James Bachman.

The Producer is Gareth Edwards.

A macabre celebrity makeover show and the origins of the internet.

A macabre celebrity makeover show and the origins of the internet. Stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast in September 2009.

A macabre celebrity makeover show and the origins of the internet. From September 2009.

Stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb.

Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast in September 2009.

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20180310 (BBC7)

A macabre celebrity makeover show and the origins of the internet.

Comedy sketch show, written by and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb

David Mitchell and Robert Webb star in another selection of comedy sketches from the hedge around the left of the field in That Mitchell and Webb Sound

This week we learn the true secrets of weather-prediction and learn the correct way to pay homage to the mighty weather brain. Christopher Hitchens hosts his very own children's programme. We travel back in time to witness the creation of the first ever At sign and meet the sinister shadowy figure of Jeremiah Internet. And there's a clip from a reality TV show that uses the latest cutting edge surgery to find the Lord of the Forest in "Make Me a Celebrity Centaur."

Robert Webb and David Mitchell are joined by Olivia Colman, Sarah Hadland, and James Bachman.

The Producer is Gareth Edwards.

The dramatic story of Jeremiah Internet and the first ever 'at' sign.

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20120829 (BBC7)
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20120829 (R4)

David Mitchell and Robert Webb take you for a stroll through their world of off-beat sketch comedy in another episode of That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

This week, beautiful scenery, long lie ins, all the salmon you can eat - is there anyone who hasn't, at some point in their lives, felt things would be a lot easier if they were a bear in the Canadian Wilderness? Plus we take a look at the new twelve blade razor; meet a horse who has learned to make his own packed lunch; and hear a clip from the thrilling new quiz show "Metal or Normal" where contestants have to decide if things are made of metal or are just, you know, normal. All this and a chance to meet a prize-winning invisible dog.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell are joined by James Bachman, Olivia Colman and Sarah Hadland.

Produced by Gareth Edwards.

A look at the new 12-blade razor and a horse who has learned to make his own packed lunch.

Who will succeed Zorro? Can pensioners understand the futures trade? Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. From September 2009.

Who will succeed Zorro? Can pensioners understand the futures trade?

Who will succeed Zorro? Can pensioners understand the futures trade? Stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Part of Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club, originally broadcast in September 2009.

Who will succeed Zorro? Can pensioners understand the futures trade? From September 2009.

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20180324 (BBC7)

Who will succeed Zorro and can pensioners understand the futures trade?

Comedy sketch show, written by and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb

David Mitchell and Robert Webb take you for a stroll through their world of off-beat sketch comedy in another episode of That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

This week, beautiful scenery, long lie ins, all the salmon you can eat - is there anyone who hasn't, at some point in their lives, felt things would be a lot easier if they were a bear in the Canadian Wilderness? Plus we take a look at the new twelve blade razor; meet a horse who has learned to make his own packed lunch; and hear a clip from the thrilling new quiz show "Metal or Normal" where contestants have to decide if things are made of metal or are just, you know, normal. All this and a chance to meet a prize-winning invisible dog.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell are joined by James Bachman, Olivia Colman and Sarah Hadland.

Produced by Gareth Edwards.

A look at the new 12-blade razor and a horse who has learned to make his own packed lunch.

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20100923 (R4)

A visit to Britain's only sanctuary for balloon animals.

Comedy sketch show, written by and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman, James Bachman and Sarah Hadland.

Including a plea for donations to Britain's only sanctuary for balloon animals, the heartbreaking story of a little wooden boy who is ever so slightly annoying, and what to do at work if you suspect you have a decadent colleague. Plus a clip from the lazy writers' exciting new drama, Thatcher: The Years They Haven't Done Yet.

Including a plea for donations to Britain's only sanctuary for balloon animals.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell star in more comedy sketches in another episode of That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

This week we recreate George Orwell's 1984 and ponder some of the huge admin problems involved in organising a really successful totalitarian dystopia. We meet a tragically punctured giraffe, just one of the heartbreaking inmates of Britain's only sanctuary for balloon animals. And there's the moving story of a little wooden boy who is ever so slightly annoying. We also feature a clip from an exciting new drama by two of Britain's laziest and most-formulaic writers - "Thatcher, the years they haven't done yet."

Robert Webb and David Mitchell are joined by James Bachman, Olivia Colman and Sarah Hadland.

The Producer was Gareth Edwards.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell star in That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

A visit to Britain's only sanctuary for balloon animals. Stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb. From September 2009.

A visit to Britain's only sanctuary for balloon animals. Stars David Mitchell.

Stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb.

From September 2009.

Stars David Mitchell.

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20120912 (BBC7)
20140502 (BBC7)
20160815 (BBC7)
20180407 (BBC7)

A date with a slightly disappointing superhero.

Comedy sketch show, written by and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb

Comedy sketch show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman, James Bachman and Sarah Hadland.

Including how to leave your body to evil, a date with a slightly disappointing superhero, the perils of compulsory workplace drinking, and the god of Easter Island puts a brave face on an unwanted gift.

How to leave your body to evil and a date with a slightly disappointing superhero.

A date with a slightly disappointing superhero. Sharp sketches starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. From September 2009.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell star in a series of daft but intelligent sketches in That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

This week a man has left his body to evil; there's an awkward moment on Easter Island when the great god Hotu-Matua is introduced to all those stone heads; there's the most confusing radio interview ever; and the work of the country's finest farce writer is disrupted by a rather unlikely series of coincidences involving cats, ladies underwear and a slightly shiny policeman.

Plus Doctor Doolittle begins to regret striking up a conversation with a goldfish.

David Mitchell and Robert Webb are joined by Sarah Hadland, James Bachman and Olivia Colman.

The Producer was Gareth Edwards.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell star in That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

This week a man has left his body to evil; there's an awkward moment on Easter Island when the great god Hotu-Matua is introduced to all those stone heads; there's the most confusing radio interview ever; and the work of the country's finest farce writer is disrupted by a rather unlikely series of coincidences involving cats, ladies underwear and a slightly shiny policeman. Plus Doctor Doolittle begins to regret striking up a conversation with a goldfish.

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The new yoghurt for women, and meet Britain's best police tortoise.

Comedy sketch show, written by and starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb

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David Mitchell and Robert Webb star in the final episode of their sketch series That Mitchell and Webb Sound.

This week you can meet the world's leading crime-fighting tortoise; there's a man who really really doesn't like board games; we witness the not-very auspicious invention of the salad; and a group of office workers find that whenever they have trouble putting up a flipchart or working the photocopier Superman is on hand to help them. Although he's beginning to out-stay his welcome. Plus the only Orthopaedic Supplies Company in Britain to have it's own portal to another dimension is starting to regret using it as a bin, and some very helpful old ladies ask a certain pair of comedians what they plan to do once they decide to get a proper job.

David Mitchell and Robert Webb are joined by Sarah Hadland, James Bachman and Olivia Colman.

The Producer was Gareth Edwards.

Including Britain's top police tortoise and the short-lived history of the Tudor salad.

The new yoghurt for women - and meet Britain's best police tortoise. Stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb. From September 2009.

This week you can meet the world's leading crime-fighting tortoise; there's a man who really really doesn't like board games; we witness the not-very auspicious invention of the salad; and a group of office workers find that whenever they have trouble putting up a flipchart or working the photocopier Superman is on hand to help them.

Although he's beginning to out-stay his welcome.

Plus the only Orthopaedic Supplies Company in Britain to have it's own portal to another dimension is starting to regret using it as a bin, and some very helpful old ladies ask a certain pair of comedians what they plan to do once they decide to get a proper job.

Including Britain's top police tortoise, why you need to eat an enormous amount of yoghurt, the short-lived history of the Tudor salad, and a panel of old ladies give David and Robert some career advice.

The new yoghurt for women, and meet Britain's best police tortoise.

Stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb.

From September 2009.

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Penguin farming, trendy Thomas Hardy and confusing goings-on in the cash register shop.

Comedy from the lopsided world of David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman. This week's sketches include the future of farming - battery penguins; Thomas Hardy's exciting idea to make his books even sadder; and the very confusing goings on in a cash-register shop.

This week's sketches include the future of farming - battery penguins; Thomas Hardy's exciting idea to make his books even sadder; and the very confusing goings on in a cash-register shop.

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Comedy sketches from the quirky world of David Mitchell and Robert Webb.

The real point of owning a cat and a culture clash at the Proms. Sketches starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. From December 2013.

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Pedantic 'Gardener's Question Time' and an enchanted stationery cupboard.

Comedy sketches from the quirky world of David Mitchell and Robert Webb.

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Comedy sketches from the quirky world of David Mitchell and Robert Webb.

Last in the series of comedy sketches from David Mitchell, Robert Webb, Olivia Colman and James Bachman, including a horror story for slugs; the Escalator brothers inventing the world's first horseless staircase; and the very last programme the BBC ever does.

Sketches include a horror story for slugs and the world's first horseless staircase.

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Bonus material from David Mitchell and Robert Webb's fifth series of quirky sketches.