First broadcast: Thursday 19th November 2009
Alan is joined on the sofa by Mariah Carey who also performs her single I Want To Know What Love Is; plus star of The Mighty Boosh, Noel Fielding; and comedy actor Simon Pegg who pops in to talk about the DVD release of Star Trek.
First broadcast: Thursday 26th November 2009
First broadcast: Thursday 3rd December 2009
Alan's guests are Kate Hudson, who chats about her new film Nine, comedian David Mitchell, and a member of rock's most famous family: Sharon Osbourne. Plus, teen hip-hop star Chipmunk performs his latest single.
First broadcast: Thursday 10th December 2009
Alan is joined by Michael McIntyre, who tells Alan about his latest DVD Hello Wembley. Joining Michael is broadcasting mogul, and soon-to-be new Radio 2 breakfast DJ, Chris Evans who chats to Alan about his new autobiography. Plus American teen idol and pop sensation Miley Cyrus.
First broadcast: Thursday 17th December 2009
Alan is joined by the Divine Miss M - the amazing Bette Midler who will be making a rare appearance in the UK and chatting about her new album: The Best Bette: Deluxe Edition. The other guests are boy band sensation JLS, and Johnny Vegas.
First broadcast: Tuesday 22nd December 2009
In this special Christmas episode, Alan is joined on the sofa by the showbiz legend Cilla Black, Alan's old partner in crime from The Sunday Night Project Justin Lee Collins and, making his second appearance on the Chatty Man sofa, Little Britain star David Walliams stops by for a festive chat. There's plenty of Christmas surprises and a performance from Britain's favourite new girl band The Saturdays.
First broadcast: Tuesday 29th December 2009
In this New Year special - and last episode of the second series - Alan is joined on the sofa by the Time Lord himself, David Tennant, who tells Alan about his final performance in Doctor Who. Also dropping by for a chat is the very lovely Catherine Tate; plus Davina McCall discusses the last ever Celebrity Big Brother and her new fitness DVD. With music from 80s icons Spandau Ballet.