Alan Carr's Happy Hour
Funnyman Alan Carr welcomes two of the stars of the West End comedy Barking in Essex - Lee Evans and Keeley Hawes - along with Sharon Osbourne to his sofa
Alan is joined by Hollywood movie stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum, who talk about their new movie White House Down
Alan is joined by US pop star Miley Cyrus who chats and performs her latest single We Can't Stop. Plus Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins drop in to discuss the Great British Bake Off.
Alan Carr brings some 80s sparkle in to the studio for this special show as part of Channel 4 80s Night. Featuring some superfly guests including Jessie J, Jools Holland, Suggs and Matthew Fox.
Alan Carr celebrates the 100th episode of Chatty Man with a star-studded show featuring Justin Timberlake, who discusses his new film Runner Runner and performs Take Back the Night
David Mitchell drops in to discuss his new Channel 4 show Was It Something I Said?, and actor James McAvoy chats about his latest movie, Filth
Alan is joined by X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger, Jackass star Johnny Knoxville and Gok Wan. Music is from One Republic who perform their latest single Counting Stars.
Guests include Britney Spears, who chats exclusively about her new single Work Bitch, Mo Farah and US movie star Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Plus music from Jake Bugg.
Alan's guests include Amanda Holden who chats about her autobiography, Jared Leto and Karl Pilkington. Plus music from Swedish duo Icona Pop, who perform a medley of their hits.
Alan Carr welcomes guests James Corden,Tom Hiddleston and Joan Collins, who shares some of her latest memoirs from Joan Collins, Passion for Life. Plus music from Tinie Tempah.
Alan Carr is joined by US pop star Robin Thicke who chats and performs his latest single Give It 2 U, Paul O'Grady and comedian Jack Whitehall and his father Michael discuss their new book Him & Me
Award-winning Chatty Man welcomes guests Russell Brand, TV host and comedian Adam Hills and Derren Brown. Plus a live performance from The Wanted.
Comedian Micky Flanagan tells Alan about his latest DVD, Sheridan Smith talks about her latest movie Powder Room. Some of the Made in Chelsea cast pop in for a chat. Plus music from Bastille.
Alan's guests include comedian Josh Widdicombe, and Louis Walsh drops in to discuss all the news from The X Factor, plus Beady Eye perform their new single Iz Rite
Alan Carr's guests include Lady Gaga, who gives an exclusive performance of Do What You Want, John Bishop, who talks about his Supersonic 2014 tour and chef supremo Heston Blumenthal
Alan is joined by comedian Seann Walsh from Stand Up for the Week, Keith Lemon chats about the Through the Keyhole Christmas special and Michael Bublé, who performs his latest single
Alan is joined by guest Katy Perry who performs Unconditionally live in the studio
Guests sharing the Christmas cheer are Russell Brand, Davina McCall and the duke of daytime telly, David Dickinson. Music is from Little Mix who perform their latest single Little Me.