Read by David Mitchell and Robert Webb the comedy duo tackle various subject matters in a 'How to Cope with…' guide addressing various scenarios, and everyday situations.
David Mitchell and Robert Webb tackle various subject matters in a 'How to Cope with…' guide talking you through every day scenarios and situations. The subject matters talked about are 'How to Cope with… Being Normal, Pubs, Being dumped Parts 1 and 2, Coffee, Malmaison Hotels, Nudists, The Smoking Ban, Actors, Servants and Getting Older'.
This recording doesn't need to remind us just how great Mitchell and Webb are as a comedy duo and will by no means need to even attempt at getting the listeners attention once the play button is pressed but will simply show us once more everything we know and love about Mitchell and Webb and why their quirky hilarity and foibles work so well together. For example… How to cope with Actors…Try "not be put off by their luvvie-ness" and "do not assume that all actors are all thick…Stephen Fry is an actor and also a world class boffin. David Mitchell's GCSE results are very impressive".
Praise for David Mitchell and Robert Webb:
‘The new kings of comedy’ Radio Times
‘By far the funniest sketch show in ages … fresh and full of invention’ – The Daily Telegraph
‘Mitchell (the fat one who looks stuck-up and posh) and Webb (the thin one who looks selfish and stroppy) are talented writers and their current television series is genuinely worth staying in for. It’s a reminder (for those who despair at the lame hamfistedness of Little Britain) that British comedians can be both funny and clever’ Sunday Telegraph
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£5!!! lol fm :o)
I think Webb and Mitchell are a truly great British double act but £5 for an hours Audio is just to steep guys. I am sure the content would rate a 5 star. I will alas never know. Value for money has to be 1 star, So I have opted for 3 stars
Lower the price!
The material in this audiobook is genuinely hilarious, but it's so short that the price just isn't fair. The audio comprises of such a small amount of material that you end up wondering if the whole thing is just a trick to make you want to buy the whole book!
How to cope with Mitchell & Webb
Enjoyable content but nowhere did it say that it was only a sample of the book prior to purchase? Perhaps being only 1hr long I should have twigged,regrettably not worth the price though. £10 for the whole book may have been more palatable!