, Jupp joined Channel 4 News in 2005. He claimed to have bluffed his way onto an England cricket tour to India, as the cricket correspondent for BBC Scotland, and the Western Mail during his appearance on Celebrity Mastermind, and again in an appearance on Test Match Special in 2011.  He also had a role in the BBC Scotland comedy programme Live Floor Show, where he played an eccentric, foul mouthed comedian. Miles Hugh Barrett Jupp (born 8 September 1979) is an English comedian and actor.  Following this role he appeared in BBC Scotland's comedy Gary: Tank Commander as Captain Fanshaw.  She is the second female Editor of Panorama; Glenwyn Benson, responsible for the series between 1992 and 1995, was the first. In January 2011, Jupp was a team member with Goldie, and team captain Phill Jupitus on the music quiz Never Mind The Buzzcocks. A six part fourth series aired on BBC Radio 4 in August and September 2015. His father was a United Reformed Church minister. Jupp was raised in Twickenham. The show also had a short-lived television version in 2015. English comedian who is best known for playing Archie in the children’s television series Balamory and for winning the 2001 season of So You Think You’re Funny.
She attended Orleans Park School, Richmond upon Thames College (both in Twickenham), Kings College, Cambridge (where she read social and political sciences) and Columbia University (where she studied for an MA in public administration). In October 2016, Jupp appeared as Giles, the chairman of the residents' committee in the sitcom from BBC Three Josh. ", "Fibber in the Heat by Miles Jupp: review", "Christmas, The Really Welsh Quiz - BBC One", "BBC Three - Josh, Series 2, Sex & Politics", "BBC Media Centre - Miles Jupp signs off from The News Quiz", "Miles ahead: Interview with actor, comedian and panellist Miles Jupp", "Miles Jupp: Radio 4 comedy needs the odd 'kidney punch, "Miles Jupp: I'm a white, middle-class man and I'm not going to pretend that I'm not", "The Way of the World review at Royal Theatre Northampton", "Interview: Miles Jupp, comedian and actor", "People, Lyttelton, National Theatre - review", "Neville's Island review – descent into savagery stretches credulity", "Rules for Living review – Stephen Mangan and Miles Jupp are a joy", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Miles_Jupp&oldid=982070810, People educated at St George's School, Windsor Castle, Articles lacking reliable references from October 2017, BLP articles lacking sources from August 2017, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Episode: "What Everyone's Up to in the Break", This page was last edited on 6 October 2020, at 00:42. According to our records, he has no children. He also appeared as an under-secretary in the film Made in Dagenham (2010). In 2012, he appeared again on Mock the Week. In February 2011, he appeared as a panellist on BBC Radio 4's panel show It's Your Round. Jupp appeared in Series 3 and 4 of political comedy The Thick of It as John Duggan, an incompetent press officer with a habit of making inappropriate comments, prompting the remark that his fringe is to "hide the lobotomy scars". Tall and handsome Miles Jupp is an English comedian as well as an actor who is active in the entertainment field since 1999. Miles Jupp was born on September 8, 1979 in London, England. Jupp played Archie the Inventor in CBeebies' Balamory. He began his career as a stand-up comedian, before playing the role of the inventor Archie in the British children's television series Balamory. In 2007, Jupp appeared fleetingly in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix as a television weatherman, who complained about an incredibly hot drought.
In September 2015, Jupp replaced Sandi Toksvig as the host of The … Jupp was raised in Twickenham.
In February 2012, he appeared on BBC Let's Dance for Sport Relief, and danced to The Prodigy's "Firestarter".  The family moved from Peckham, South London to Monmouthshire, Wales. Looking for some great streaming picks? She became the Editor of the BBC's Panorama current affairs series in September 2016. For most of his life Jupp believed he was of Belgian stock, descended from 16th-century Huguenot immigrants. Since February 2012, Jupp has hosted three series of a BBC Radio 4 panel show It's Not What You Know, based on his suggestion for a round on It's Your Round. , Jupp, the son of a minister in the United Reformed Church, was born in Newcastle upon Tyne and spent most of his childhood in London.  Her last post before joining the BBC was as Head of Home News on the programme, responsible for all coverage in the United Kingdom.
Rachel Jupp (born 1977) is a British television news and current affairs producer. She became a Deputy Editor of Newsnight in 2013, shortly after Ian Katz became its Editor. Jupp had a cameo role in Johnny English Reborn in 2011, as an employee of MI7. , In September 2015, Jupp replaced Sandi Toksvig as the host of The News Quiz on BBC Radio 4.  He chaired the show for 12 series, with his last appearance on 31 May 2019 (Series 99; Episode 8). He married Rachel Jupp and the couple had four children, including a set of twins. In 2009, Jupp became host of BBC Radio 7 satirical comedy series Newsjack as well as the host on BBC Radio Scotland comedy quiz show Swots.