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Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled

Dave chat show hosted by Alan Davies. 44 episodes (5 series), 2014 - 2017. Stars Alan Davies.

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Why Alan Davies doesn't let his kids watch TV

The QI star also reveals how TV success almost ruined his stand-up career.

Michael Hodges, Radio Times, 7th March 2017

Alan Davies doesn't let his children watch television

Davies, who also plays magician Jonathan Creek, says his three children have only ever seen him on screen once.

Antonia Paget, The Mirror, 28th February 2017

Preview - Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled

Sometimes it is best to keep things simple. Perhaps that is why Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled has been so successful for Dave, as it now enters its fifth series.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 21st February 2017

Chortle Awards 2017 nominees announced

The nominees for the Chortle Awards 2017 have been announced. David Baddiel, Bridget Christie, Richard Gadd, Kieran Hodgson and Stewart Lee are shortlisted for best live show.

British Comedy Guide, 16th February 2017

Channel Dave prepares 'Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled' Series 5

Chat show Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled will return to Dave in February for a fifth series. Guests will include Melanie C, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Dave Johns, Gemma Cairney and David Baddiel.

British Comedy Guide, 9th January 2017

Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled - series 4 review

The best thing about As Yet Untitled is the relaxed atmosphere. It is not a show about who has the best story to tell. It is a show that is about conversation.

Ian Wolf, On The Box, 11th June 2016

Alan Davies interview

Alan Davies has joked that Dave's lawyers have to watch his show As Yet Untitled like a hawk - because the guests are so relaxed.

Digital Spy, 11th June 2016

Return of the unscripted show in which comic guests tell anecdotes and generally wibble on. First up, Stephen Fry, Sandi Toksvig, Sara Pascoe and Alex Edelman swap stories. Even if you''e minded to be cynical about letting comedians chatter so, the format works, principally because the intimate everyone-sitting-at-a-table setup makes it a kind of anti-Mock The Week - reflective rather than competitive. Continues all week.

Jonathan Wright, The Guardian, 11th June 2016

Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled - Series 4 preview

As Yet Untitled has found a really nice niche for itself, somewhere between chat show and podcast.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 10th June 2016

Like QI but without all the difficult stuff, As Yet Untitled brings you amusing chat, skilfully directed to a destination via some anecdotal coordinates. Rounded human personas do better in this environment than people who seem to be rehearsing new material, and so it proves tonight, where Russell Kane spends yet more time talking about his mum. More enjoyable are Lucy Montgomery, who has had trouble in Iran, and Bob Mortimer, who explains how he became "the cockroach king" and his generosity with M&S vouchers.

John Robinson, The Guardian, 2nd February 2016