Mitchell on Webb: 'We're not best buddies all the time'
Comedian David Mitchell discusses his new memoir Back Story in which he reveals the tension between him and his comic partner and Peep Show co-star Robert Webb. And he hopes for a laugh from Front Row's Mark Lawson when he tells him one of his earliest jokes.
Available since: Fri 12 Oct 2012
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Peep Show's David Mitchell, the Nobel Prize for literature and how actors learn accents.
First broadcast: 11 Oct 2012
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