Alan Carr: Chatty Man

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  • 2010
  • 15 Seasons
  • 6.0  (1,152)

Alan Carr: Chatty Man started airing on Channel 4 in 2009 and ran until 2017, featuring comedian Alan Carr as the host. The show was a talk show format, with each episode featuring a guest list of celebrities who would join Alan on the sofa for a chat about their latest projects, personal lives, and anything else that might come up.

Alan's quick wit and easy charm made him a natural host for the show, and his interviews were always lively and entertaining. He had a knack for getting his guests to open up, getting them to share personal stories or letting them reveal secrets about their lives that they might not have talked about elsewhere.

One of the things that set Alan Carr: Chatty Man apart from other talk shows was the unique challenges that Alan would often throw at his guests. This might involve playing silly games or getting them to perform impromptu sketches or sing-alongs. It was always great fun to watch the celebrities get involved, and Alan's infectious enthusiasm made even the most reluctant participant throw themselves into the challenge.

Over the years, a huge range of celebrities appeared on the show, from A-list Hollywood actors to chart-topping musicians and reality TV stars. Some guests made repeat appearances, with Alan building up a real rapport with them over time. Standout guests include David Walliams, who became something of a regular on the show, and Alesha Dixon, who often joined Alan for a musical number or two.

Aside from the interviews and challenges, Alan Carr: Chatty Man also featured regular segments that became fan favourites. 'Alan's Secret Drawer' was a particular highlight, with Alan rifling through a drawer full of random trinkets and souvenirs, each with a story or memory attached. Other segments included 'Alan's Christmas Specials', where Alan would invite guests to join him for a festive-themed chat, and 'Alan's Room 101', where guests would suggest things they'd like to consign to the dustbin of history.

Throughout its run, Alan Carr: Chatty Man remained a hugely popular and well-loved show. Its format might have been simple, but the charm and personality of its host, combined with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, made it a must-watch for fans of celebrity chat shows. And while the show might have ended in 2017, it remains a firm favourite in the hearts of its fans.

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Series 15 Episode 16
16. Series 15 Episode 16
December 25, 2015
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
Series 15 Episode 15
15. Series 15 Episode 15
December 18, 2015
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
Series 15 Episode 14
14. Series 15 Episode 14
December 11, 2015
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.
Series 15 Episode 13
13. Series 15 Episode 13
December 4, 2015
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.
Series 15 Episode 12
12. Series 15 Episode 12
November 27, 2015
The legendary Grace Jones is on the sofa, plus comedian Rob Beckett, singer/presenter Olly Murs and the 'Strictly' contestants
Series 15 Episode 11
11. Series 15 Episode 11
November 20, 2015
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.
Series 15 Episode 10
10. Series 15 Episode 10
November 13, 2015
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
Series 15 Episode 9
9. Series 15 Episode 9
November 6, 2015
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?
Series 15 Episode 8
8. Series 15 Episode 8
October 30, 2015
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.
Series 15 Episode 7
7. Series 15 Episode 7
October 23, 2015
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
Series 15 Episode 6
6. Series 15 Episode 6
October 16, 2015
Alan's guests are Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan, Adam Lambert and Catherine Tate; plus music from Roisin Murphy, who performs Evil Eyes
Series 15 Episode 5
5. Series 15 Episode 5
October 9, 2015
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
Series 15 Episode 4
4. Series 15 Episode 4
October 2, 2015
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.
Series 15 Episode 3
3. Series 15 Episode 3
September 25, 2015
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
Series 15 Episode 2
2. Series 15 Episode 2
September 18, 2015
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
Series 15 Episode 1
1. Series 15 Episode 1
September 11, 2015
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
  • Premiere Date
    December 16, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    6.0  (1,152)