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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.

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Press Clippings

A League Of Their Own announces UK Road Trip

Sky panel show A League Of Their Own will travel from Loch Ness to London for its next special Road Trip series, which is now filming.

British Comedy Guide, 1st December 2020

Famalam nominated in 2020 Rose d'Or Awards

Famalam, Sex Education, Two Weeks To Live, Feel Good, This Way Up, There's Something About Movies and Agendum are nominated in the prestigious international Rose d'Or Awards 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 12th November 2020

ITV's winter schedule to feature Billy Connolly and Mr Bean

ITV's festive schedule will feature documentaries about Billy Connolly and Mr Bean. It's also revealed a number of other shows and comedy Christmas specials.

British Comedy Guide, 11th November 2020

Alan Carr to present BBC series Interior Design Masters

Alan Carr is to be the new presenter on BBC Two contest show Interior Design Masters.

British Comedy Guide, 11th August 2020

There's Something About Movies returning to Sky for Series 3

Sky One has ordered a third series of panel show There's Something About Movies, plus new runs of A League Of Their Own and its European Road Trip spin-off.

British Comedy Guide, 29th June 2020

Alan Carr interview

"I used to dress up as a blind man - I cringe at my old jokes now".

Emily Baker, i Newspaper, 29th May 2020

Alan Carr on his failed first kiss

Comedian Alan Carr, 43, is best known for Channel 4's Chatty Man, and he's certainly not holding back as he reveals everything from his fear of sharks to why he buys bulk supplies of condoms.

And you can hear more from the comic on his BBC Radio 2 show Alan & Mel, which starts on Saturday.

Gemma Calvert, The Sun, 24th May 2020

Meet The Richardsons review

Two married comedians do scripted reality. Sounds like a treat. Who better to send up the sort of bilge they broadcast on ITV Be than two nimble wits?

Lottie Young, Evening Standard, 27th February 2020