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Robert "Doc" Cox (born 1 July 1946 in Sheffield,
Yorkshire), also known as Ivor Biggun, is a British musician and
former television journalist. He is best known for his appearances
on the BBC TV programme That's Life! from 1982 to 1992.
"Coxy," as he was known at school was educated at the
King Edward VI Grammar school Retford, Nottinghamshire and at one
point became a prefect. He was active as the writer and singer of
such classics as Charlotte the Harlot whilst at school and
performed as the lead singer of Nurk Widebeest and the Mutations.
This was in the mid 1960s. Their performances were mostly at
various local village hall dances and were quite bold at the time
for the use of risque lyrics but not as explicit as now allowed.