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David Mitchell and Robert Webb Want to Bring Back 'Peep Show' When They're 'Really Old' and Peep Show: David Mitchell and Robert Webb plan to revive series when they are ‘really old’

David Mitchell and Robert Webb Want to Bring Back 'Peep Show' When They're 'Really Old' and Peep Show: David Mitchell and Robert Webb plan to revive series when they are ‘really old’. Last News:. Peep Show: David Mitchell and Robert Webb plan to revive series when they are ‘really old’...
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Frank of Ireland review — the Gleeson brothers in Co Dublin Peep Show and Robert Webb: Peep Show actor address backlash after slamming transgender charity Mermaids

Robert Webb: Peep Show actor address backlash after slamming transgender charity Mermaids and Frank of Ireland review — the Gleeson brothers in Co Dublin Peep Show. 8 Takes on Biden's Big-Spending American Families Plan. STC's COVID-19 vaccination clinic to offer limited walk-in shots. Call for artists to exhibit in the...
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Peep Show's Robert Webb questioned over criticism of transgender children's charity and First Friday Downtown Peep Show Is Happening Now

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Robert Webb discusses past criticism of transgender charity Mermaids

Robert Webb has discussed his past criticism of Mermaids, a charity for transgender children, in a new podcast interview.In December 2018, the Peep Show star supported an article written by Janice Turner for The Times, called “Trans ideologists are spreading cod science”.In the column, Turner argued that Mermaids is “so out of step with NHS best practice”. She wrote: “The NHS protocol for children is ‘watchful waiting’ but Mermaids pushes for the US ‘affirmation’ model in which any child who declares that they are trans must be treated as such without examining any possible underlying issues, such as frequently...
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‘Back’ Season 2 Review: David Mitchell and Robert Webb Further Embrace the Void in Dark Family Comedy

Season 2 of “Back” has a great runner. The first in the comedy series’ new batch of episodes, returning after a years-long absence and now airing stateside on IFC, sees the staff and patrons of the local John Barleycorn having to deal with a trendy neighborhood newcomer. “P:ub,” the newly-arrived drinking establishment, has all the trappings of a deconstructed brewery, all the way down to a name that people aren’t 100 percent sure how to pronounce.
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Robert Webb opens up about life-changing news he received on set of Channel 4 sitcom

As Channel 4 sitcom Back returns to screens for its much-anticipated second series, Robert Webb has opened up about the life-saving diagnosis he has the show to thank for. Speaking to NME, the actor who plays Andrew opposite his long-term collaborator David Mitchell in the show, revealed that he discovered he had a congenital heart defect during a routine medical check-up prior to filming the new season.
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How old is Robert Webb and how did he meet David Mitchell?

ROBERT Webb is an English comedian, actor and writer - and he's one half of the comedy double act Mitchell and Webb. But, what else do we know about the star, and who's his wife Abigail Burdess?. Who's Robert Webb and what's his net worth?. Robert Webb was born in...
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Robert Webb offers health update after major heart surgery

Robert Webb is “absolutely fine” and “available for panto” after undergoing major heart surgery last year. The actor, best known as the unemployed musician Jez in comedy Peep Show, discovered in 2019 that he was suffering from a heart murmur caused by a mitral valve prolapse. After the issue was...
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David Mitchell and Robert Webb on the return of Back: ‘At one point it felt like the show was doomed’

There must have been times when the cast and creators of Back felt that the show was cursed. When the first series of Channel 4’s comedy about two warring foster brothers aired back in 2017, it was a hit with both critics and fans who loved its dark humour and accurate depiction of certain kind of rundown country life, all tatty pubs and bad-tempered regulars. A second, it seemed, would naturally follow. Then everything that could possibly go wrong, did.
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Robert Webb on life-threatening heart condition: “I didn’t realise that my heart was on its last legs”

Robert Webb has shared more details about his recent life-threatening heart condition, which forced him to give up alcohol and cigarettes. The actor, who made his name as unemployed musician Jez in cult comedy Peep Show, revealed last year that he suffered at the hands of alcohol addiction for years and that it accelerated a medical condition that led to him having to have life-saving surgery.
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Robert Webb: After open-heart surgery I took up running- but I still struggle with leggings

I emerged gingerly from hospital with a newfound respect for my internal organs and a determination to be a better friend to them. I’m not saying I’m God’s gift to PE, but something has definitely happened. Recently I found myself looking through a pile of clean laundry for “my favourite running top”. Hang on there – my what running top? My favourite what?
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David Mitchell and Robert Webb on lockdown, alcoholism and the return of their pub sitcom

“I don’t think it’s necessary to be particularly eccentric to be funny,” says Robert Webb. “I think you can be funny and quite well-adjusted.” He’s talking via video call from a minimalist home office. His comedy partner David Mitchell is in much more luxurious surroundings, holding court from a deep, vintage sofa in a plushly decorated room.