I'm Alan Partridge is a BBC situation comedy starring Steve Coogan, of which two series of six episodes each were produced — the first in 1997 and the second in 2002. The series followed the titular Alan Partridge, a failed television presenter whose previous exploits had featured in the chat-show parody Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge, and who is now presenting a programme on local radio in Norwich. Both series were written by Peter Baynham, Coogan and Armando Iannucci; supporting Coogan were Felicity Montagu as his faithful, mouse-like personal assistant, Lynn Benfield; Simon Greenall as Geordie Travel Tavern handyman/BP garage attendant Michael; and Phil Cornwell as disc jockey Dave Clifton. It has been well received by both critics and fans, and was nominated for three BAFTAs, two British Comedy Award, and a Royal Television Society award.
The Alan Titchmarsh Show is a British daytime chat show presented by Alan Titchmarsh. It was first broadcast on ITV on 3 September 2007 and currently airs on weekday afternoons. The show's main focus is the "Best of British" theme with many of the shows' segments focusing on fashion, health, nature, cookery and animals.
Alan Carr: Chatty Man is a BAFTA award-winning British comedy chat show presented by comedian Alan Carr. The show features interviews with celebrity guests, sketches, topical chat and music. The show was first on as two pilots in late May 2009; it proved popular with the public and was commissioned for a series. The first episode drew in a total of 2.15 million viewers. To date, the show has broadcast 9 series and 82 episodes. Carr has signed a new deal worth £4 million, which will keep the show on air to 2014, spanning another four more series. The ninth series consisted of 14 episodes, making it the longest series to date. A new series began airing on 1 March 2013. In 2013, Carr signed a two-year contract extension with Channel 4, the exclusive deal will see him staying at the channel until 2015 in a new deal is worth £4 million. In continental Europe and Scandinavia Alan Carr: Chattyman is shown on BBC Entertainment a week behind the UK. Old episodes are currently being aired on 4Music.
One of Britain’s favourite comedians doing what he does best – being funny. But Alan Davies isn’t on a stage, or behind his QI desk sparring with Stephen Fry, or even wearing his Jonathan Creek duffle coat… instead, Alan is at his most relaxed and most natural – sitting around chatting with some of his best comedian friends.
Knowing Me Knowing You with Alan Partridge is a BBC Television series of six episodes, and a Christmas special in 1995. It is named after the song "Knowing Me, Knowing You" by ABBA, which was used as the show's title music. Steve Coogan played the incompetent but self-satisfied Norwich-based host, Alan Partridge. Alan was a spin-off character from the spoof radio show On the Hour. Knowing Me Knowing You was written by Coogan, Armando Iannucci and Patrick Marber, with contributions from the regular supporting cast of Doon Mackichan, Rebecca Front and David Schneider, who played Alan's weekly guests. Steve Brown provided the show's music and arrangements, and also appeared as Glen Ponder, the man in charge of the house band. The show was a parody of a chat show. It featured a live audience whose laughter meant that viewers could not mistake the show for a real chat show. Alan went on to appear in two series of the sitcom I'm Alan Partridge, following his life after both his marriage and TV career come to an end.
Dramatisation of the colourful memoirs of the late Conservative MP.
What's Alan Watching? was a 1989 CBS television series pilot directed by Thomas Schlamme and starring Corin Nemec and Eddie Murphy, the series was never picked up after the first episode.
Alan Jones Live was a nightly Australian current affairs and talk-back television program that aired on Network Ten from 31 January 1994 to 28 April 1994. Hosted by then 2UE Sydney radio broadcaster Alan Jones, it aired nationally at 7:00 pm each weeknight and was repeated at 11:30 pm. On 28 April 1994, it was announced that program would cease production due to low ratings.
An astronaut named Gary and his planet-destroying sidekick Mooncake embark on serialized journeys through space in order to unlock the mystery of “Final Space,” the last point in the universe, if it actually does exist.
Alan is handed a career lifeline - the chance to stand in as co-host on This Time, a weekday magazine show. But can he capitalise on the opportunity?
The Alan Colmes Show is a nationally-syndicated American radio show hosted by commentator Alan Colmes on Fox News Radio. The show is aired on weeknights from 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. from Fox's Manhattan studios. The program is carried by a number of terrestrial radio stations across the country via Fox News syndication unit Fox News Radio, as well as by XM Satellite Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio, both on channel 126 Fox News Talk. The show features commentary by Colmes, numerous callers, and interviews of guests. It began broadcasting in February 2003.
The Alan Dale Show is an early American television program which ran on the DuMont Television Network in 1948, and then on CBS Television from 1950-1951.
The Alan Thicke Show was a Canadian talk show hosted by Alan Thicke. It aired on CTV between 1980 and 1983. The show aired in different versions also re-titled as Prime Cuts and as Fast Company.
Alan Watts on Living was a Canadian television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1971. This five-episode series presented Alan Watts' philosophical views on the detrimental nature of culture. It was produced in Vancouver and broadcast on Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
Between dystopian visions and far-sighted social analysis, comic writer Alan Moore explains how his works are a swan song to our era. A journey through occultism, mysticism and anarchy.
Alan Hamel's Comedy Bag was a Canadian variety-comedy television series which aired on CBC Television for one programming season from 23 September 1972 to 9 June 1973. The Montreal-produced half-hour program was broadcast Saturdays and featured American guest appearances. Alan Hamel, the titular series host, was previously a regular on the 1960s Canadian series Razzle Dazzle and a game show host on American television in 1969.