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Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Channel 4 chat show hosted by Alan Carr. 193 episodes (16 series), 2009 - 2017. Stars Alan Carr.

Press Clippings

Alan Carr interview

We asked the comedian, 41, what his younger self would make of him today...

Boudicca Fox-Leonard, The Telegraph, 21st December 2017

Alan Carr: "TV is a weird twilight zone"

An interview with Alan Carr.

Michael Hodges, Radio Times, 31st December 2016

Alan Carr's Chatty Man looks set to end

Alan Carr has hinted that his Chatty Man show is probably coming to an end, with the programme struggling in the ratings.

British Comedy Guide, 9th October 2016

Why can't the UK do late night comedy?

Chat shows are thriving in the US, with James Corden leading the viral charge. Yet British versions keep on biting the dust.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 20th July 2016

Has Graham Norton won chat show war over Alan Carr?

Chatty Man has been moved to a different night in a bid to boost Thursday night ratings.

Natalie Corner, The Mirror, 2nd March 2016

Chatty Man shunted off Friday night screens

Graham Norton has emerged as the undisputed winner of the telly chat show war. Channel 4 has shunted Alan Carr's Chatty Man from Fridays in a bid to boost ratings.

The Sun, 2nd March 2016

Audience 'storm out' when Alan Carr interviewed Lady C

More than 100 members of the Chatty Man audience reportedly walked out of Alan Carr's interview with controversial I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here contestant Lady Colin Campbell.

Rebecca Merriman, The Mirror, 11th December 2015

Alan Carr talks about his friendship with Graham Norton

Alan Carr has revealed that he and Graham Norton have boozy bitching sessions where they dish the dirt on their "arsehole" guests.

The Sun, 10th December 2015

Alan Carr to stay exclusively on Channel 4 until 2017

They say talk is cheap but Chatty Man star Alan Carr has been handed a £5million "golden handcuffs" deal by Channel 4.

The Sun, 1st December 2015

Tom Hardy is the big draw as the hooting jabberfest returns. He's hawking his split-screen, award-baiting new dual role as both Ronnie and Reggie Kray in Legend - although once you've seen his Kray twins compared on social media to Chris Morris and Peter O'Hanraha-hanrahan, you can't unsee it. Also bouncing on to the sofa is Demi Lovato, who hit the ground running on her previous appearance by swigging Dr Pepper straight from a two-litre bottle and cracking jokes about Simon Cowell's chest hair.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 11th September 2015