Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Chatty Man, presented by comedian Alan Carr is an award winning British comedy and chat show. The show is a fast moving, light hearted, venture into the world of contemporary celebrity both in the US and the UK and is jam packed with celebrity guest interviews, music, sketches and topical discussion from the world of TV, movies and the web. Carr's guests in the past have included Samuel L. Jackson, Katy Perry and Ivana Trump. Bands and singer, songwriters line up to appear on the show. Amongst the most notable so far are Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez and Florence and The Machine.

Chatty Man began as two pilot shows in May 2009. The first episode attracted an audience of 2.15 million viewers. The current show is the ninth in the series and will consist of 14 new episodes making it the longest series to date. Carr recently signed a new deal worth an estimated

Sundays at 10:00 pm on Channel 4
5 Seasons, 47 Episodes
December 16, 2010
Talk & Interview
Cast: Alan Carr

Alan Carr: Chatty Man Full Episode Guide

  • Alan's guests include Catherine Tate's Nan, Keith Lemon, Lorraine Kelly, Emma Willis and Marvin Humes, Gogglebox's Steph and Dom, Samuel L.Jackson and John Bishop, Little Mix and One Direction

  • Alan chats to Kevin Bridges about his latest stand-up DVD,Tina Fey discusses her movie Sisters, and Gwendoline Christie talks about Star Wars: The Force Awakens; plus music from Lion Babe

  • Lady Colin Campbell talks about her experience on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! One Direction join Alan for a chat and perform History - an exclusive track from their latest album.

  • Alan's guests include This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, Dara Ó Briain and Hunderby stars Julia Davis and Alex MacQueen, plus music from Grace who sings You Don't Own Me.

  • The legendary Grace Jones is on the sofa, plus comedian Rob Beckett, singer/presenter Olly Murs and the 'Strictly' contestants

  • Alan's guests include Danny Dyer, Josh Widdicombe and Rita Ora. Plus there's music from Fleur East performing her new single Sax live in the studio.

  • Dawn French talks about her new novel, Russell Howard chats about his latest BBC series, Richard Osman discusses his new book The A-Z of Pointless, while Little Mix perform their single Love Me

  • Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller discuss their movie Burnt, Noel Fielding chats about his latest tour, and Justin Bieber drops in for a chat and performs What Do You Mean?

  • Award-winning Alan Carr continues the new series. Guests include Radio 1 DJ and X Factor judge Nick Grimshaw, comedian Jason Manford and there's music from Years and Years.

  • Alan is joined by iconic actress Goldie Hawn, comedian Romesh Ranganathan, Katherine Ryan and Ricky Wilson, plus music is from Rudimental who perform Lay It All on Me

  • Alan's guests are Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan, Adam Lambert and Catherine Tate; plus music from Roisin Murphy, who performs Evil Eyes

  • In this special Stand Up To Cancer show, Alan is joined by Sue Perkins and Thomas Turgoose, who honours a special tattoo bet, Jonathan Ross, plus live music from 5 Seconds of Summer

  • Alan is joined by Sarah Millican, Alesha Dixon, Gareth Malone and former Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas. Music is from the legendary Morrissey who performs Kiss Me a Lot live in the studio.

  • Alan is joined by Kristen Wiig, Kate Mara and Chiwetel Ejiofor, Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly discuss Strictly Come Dancing, and there's music and chat from Selena Gomez

  • Alan's guests Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette talk about their movie Miss You Already. Keith Lemon chats Celebrity Juice and Will Young discusses his album, while music is from Carly Rae Jepsen

  • Alan is joined by actor Tom Hardy who talks about his latest movie Legend, Stephen Graham and Vicky McClure from Shane Meadows' C4 drama This Is England '90 and there's chat and music from Demi Lovato

  • Mark Ronson chats and performs, Samuel L. Jackson drops in and the cast of Entourage talk about their new film. Plus Katherine Parkinson, Tom Goodman-Hill and Gemma Chan discuss C4's Humans.

  • Alan welcomes guests Peter Kay, Ellie Kemper and Adam Lambert to his sofa. Music is from James Bay who performs his single Hold Back the River.

  • Alan welcomes top model David Gandy, RuPaul and X Factor co-host Caroline Flack to the sofa, while music is from Maroon 5 who perform Sugar, plus there's chat from the band's lead vocalist Adam Levine

  • Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon join Alan on the sofa along with Nick Grimshaw, plus music from The Vaccines, who perform Dream Lover

  • Alan's guests include Billie Piper who talks about the new series of Penny Dreadful, Romesh Ranganathan, and Phillip Schofield, plus music from Charli XCX performing her new single Famous

  • Alan welcomes guests Anna Kendrick, Lee Mack, and Danny Dyer. Plus there's music from Clean Bandit, who perform Stronger.

  • Noel Gallagher chats and performs his latest single Riverman, the hosts of The Last Leg: Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker; plus Will Mellor, Joanna Scanlan, Alexandra Roach and Paul Ritter

  • Alan is joined by property gurus Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer, and actors Stephen Mangan, Paul Bettany and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, while music is from Charles Hamilton and Rita Ora

  • Alan Carr is joined by John Torode and Gregg Wallace, Ben Miller and Sarah Hadland, Paddy McGuinness and Taraji P. Henson, and there's music from The Maccabees

  • Alan looks ahead to the Grand National with some equine themed fun and games. Guests include Russell Brand and Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams. Plus music from Nick Jonas who performs Jealous.

  • Award-winning funnyman Alan Carr continues his new series, joined by comedian Noel Fielding and football star Frank Lampard. Plus there's live music from Lethal Bizzle.

  • In the second episode of the new series, Alan's guests include Michelle Keegan, Elijah Wood, Troy, Warwick Davis and Hudson Taylor

  • Award-winning Alan Carr is back and his guests are The Voice judges - Rita Ora,, Ricky Wilson, Tom Jones - Antonio Banderas, and Steph and Dom from Gogglebox, with music from Ella Henderson

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