First broadcast: Friday 12th September 2014
Guests include Jack Whitehall, who discusses the return of his sitcom Bad Education; and Jon Richardson and Matt Forde talking about their new show Jon Richardson Grows Up. Plus chat from Abbey Clancy and Piers Morgan. Music is from Kasabian who perform their latest single Bumblebeee live in the studio.
First broadcast: Friday 19th September 2014
Alan is also joined by comedy star Dan Aykroyd, Kate Hudson and Zach Braff, stars of the new movie Wish I Was Here; comedian Lee Mack discussing his latest live stand-up tour; and there's music from UK pop star Professor Green, who performs his latest single Little Secrets.
First broadcast: Friday 3rd October 2014
Alan Carr is joined by by the stars of Strictly Come Dancing; Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop ahead of his new Supersonic arena tour; and Samuel L. Jackson drops in for a chat. Music is from Ella Henderson who performs Glow live in the studio.
First broadcast: Friday 10th October 2014
Alan is joined by actor Hugh Grant, who talks about his latest film The Rewrite, while Davina McCall and Dr Christian Jessen chat about the Stand Up To Cancer fundraising event on Channel 4 on October 17, and Noel Fielding talks about his latest stand-up tour. Plus, there's music from Ariana Grande who performs her latest single Break Free.
First broadcast: Friday 24th October 2014
Alan is joined by Grammy award-winning star Taylor Swift who chats to Alan and performs Shake It Off from her forthcoming album 1989; James Nesbitt talks about his upcoming Channel 4 show Babylon, plus, Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges talks about his debut autobiography: We Need To Talk About... Kevin Bridges.
First broadcast: Friday 31st October 2014
Alan is joined by Dermot O'Leary, who dishes the dirt on all things X Factor and talks about his new book The Soundtrack to My Life. Hollywood superstar Elijah Wood also pops in to chat about his new film Set Fire to the Stars and supermodel Naomi Campbell joins Alan on the sofa, while music is from Paloma Faith who performs her latest song Ready for the Good Life live in the studio.
First broadcast: Friday 7th November 2014
Alan Carr is joined by Derren Brown, who chats about his brand new 2015 live tour. Also on the show is ventriloquist extraordinaire Nina Conti, chatting to Alan about her forthcoming DVD release, and comedian and TV presenter Sue Perkins drops by to chat about her new BBC2 documentary, The Mekong River, and Mel B talks X Factor. Music is from Mercury-nominated band Jungle, who perform Busy Earnin'.
First broadcast: Friday 14th November 2014
Alan Carr is joined by stars of the forthcoming movie Horrible Bosses 2, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis, and comedian Russell Howard chats about his latest stand-up DVD Wonderbox Live. Music comes from Lorde performing Yellow Flicker Beat.
First broadcast: Friday 21st November 2014
Alan is joined by the iconic Bette Midler. The multiple Grammy Award-winner tells him all about her upcoming new album It's the Girls, on which she pays tribute to girl groups through the ages. Keith Lemon pops by to talk about his latest book releases. James Blunt joins Alan on the sofa to chat about his forthcoming single release When I Find Love Again. Plus music is from Sam Smith, who performs his new single Like I Can.
First broadcast: Friday 28th November 2014
In tonight's show, Alan is joined by Russell Brand who talks about his latest book Revolution; Rafe Spall, Warwick Davis and Jim Broadbent chat about their new movie Get Santa; and French DJ superstar David Guetta talks about his new single release. Plus pop star Kiesza performs her hit Hideaway.
First broadcast: Friday 5th December 2014
Alan is joined by Lee Evans to talk about his latest DVD, Monsters. Sir Bruce Forsyth tells Alan all about his new show, Hall of Fame. All four X Factor finalists talk about the news from the series, and Top Gear star Richard Hammond talks about his BBC show. Plus music from singer-songwriter George Ezra, who performs Listen to the Man.
First broadcast: Friday 12th December 2014
Alan is joined by Stephen Fry who talks about his new book More Fool Me; cockney comedian Micky Flanagan discusses the the DVD release of his series Micky Flanagan's Detour de France; and sports presenter and author Clare Balding chats about her latest book, Walking Home. Plus music from Gorgon City, who perform Go All Night, featuring vocals from Jennifer Hudson.
First broadcast: Friday 19th December 2014
Alan is joined by Gemma Arterton who talks about taking to the West End stage for the Made in Dagenham musical; Brendan O'Carroll, the star and creator of Mrs Brown's Boys, who chats about his latest book, Mrs Brown's A to Y of Everything; and Man Down star Greg Davies. Plus Tom Odell performs Real Love live in the studio.
First broadcast: Wednesday 31st December 2014
Alan again celebrates New Year's Eve and welcomes in 2015. Along with celebrity guests, Alan runs riot around Channel 4 HQ, bringing in the new year with unpredictable madness and party games.