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BCG Features

Alan Carr interview

Monday 18th December 2017

Alan Carr talks about presenting a new edition of iconic game show The Price Is Right. He says he jumped at the opportunity to host the show. He also gives some clues as to what is coming up in his Chatty Man festive specials.


Press Clippings

Alan Carr confirms There's Something About Movies Series 2

There's Something About Movies, the Sky One panel show hosted by Alan Carr, is to return for a second series.

British Comedy Guide, 25th June 2019

Winnowed from more than 14 series of standup stalwart Live at the Apollo, this is the first of two half-hours celebrating LGBT comedy at the BBC. An unmissable showcase of the funniest bits from stars who have appeared on the show, it features sets from Desiree Burch, Alan Carr, Eddie Izzard and Zoe Lyons.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 25th June 2019

ITV orders Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow series

ITV has ordered Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow, a series in which five of the country's favourite gameshows are revived.

British Comedy Guide, 30th May 2019

Never mind the recent Blockbusters reboot, here's a blockbuster quiz, hosted by Alan Carr and starring teams of actors and standups keen to display their film knowledge. The phrase "from the makers of A League of their Own" suggests this one might not be for the Cahiers du Cinéma crowd.

Graeme Virtue, The Guardian, 2nd May 2019

Sky orders Alan Carr panel show There's Something About Movies

Alan Carr will host There's Something About Movies, a new Sky One panel show series based around the topic of films.

British Comedy Guide, 10th April 2019

Comic Relief Spectacular review

You cannot keep politics out of comedy, but most of the stand-ups at last night's Spectacular tried. Until Sir Lenny Henry commented on the current Stacey Dooley "white saviour" controversy.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 1st March 2019

Jennifer Saunders stars in new Mamma Mia! spoof for Comic Relief

Jennifer Saunders, Alan Carr, Miranda Hart, Philip Glenister and Sue Perkins are to spoof Mamma Mia! in a new sketch for Red Nose Day.

British Comedy Guide, 1st March 2019

Graham Norton and Alan Carr to judge RuPaul's Drag Race UK

Graham Norton and Alan Carr will act as judges alongside Michelle Visage on the BBC Three version of RuPaul's Drag Race.

British Comedy Guide, 14th February 2019