Miles Jupp In conversation

We welcome the much loved actor and comedian whose hilarious and heart-breaking debut introduces Clive Hapgood, a frustrated private school teacher against whom the odds never seem to stop stacking. Miles is best known as erstwhile host of Radio 4's The News Quiz, and starring roles in Radio 4's recent Party's Over and on TV and screen The Durrells, Sex Education, Grantchester, Gary: Tank Commander, Misbehaviour and The Silent Twins. His podcasts about cricket is co-hosted with Mark Wood. He's also appeared on Would I Lie To You? and Pointless Celebrities. He'll be chatting to comedy co-writer James Kettle. James is a writer working in television and the theatre. His most recent credits include Joe Lycett and The Oil Giant (Channel 4), Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father (Netflix) and Rhod Gilbert's Growing Pains (Comedy Central). James has worked extensively with Miles for more than a decade - he directed Miles's last two stand-up tours and served as head writer for the first three years of Miles's time hosting The News Quiz. James's first play, The Life I Lead, starred Miles and toured nationally before a run at the Wyndhams Theatre in the West End. They are currently working together on various new projects.

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