Alan Carr: Chatty Man
About the Show
Alan Carr's chat show, packed with celebrity guests, topical showbiz news and highlights from the world of telly and the web
Series 5 Summary
Award-winning comedian Alan Carr returns to Channel 4 with a fifth series of his chat show in an extended run of ten new episodes, including a star-studded Christmas special.
Alan's unique warm hospitality and infectious personality have cemented him as the perfect chat show host, inviting his A-list guests to let their hair down, have a good old natter, choose a retro alcoholic treat from his Drinks Globe and, most importantly, have fun. Once again he is joined by a host of A-List stars from the world of music, film, sport and television.
Like the man himself, Alan Carr: Chatty Man promises to be warm, cosy and extremely funny.
In this first show, Alan is joined on the sofa by the cast of the hit comedy The Inbetweeners, who chat about the DVD release of their three series.
Everyone's favourite Baywatch hunk David Hasselhoff talks about his role as Captain Hook in the panto production of Peter Pan. Actor and heart-throb Colin Farrell gives the lowdown on his latest movie The Way Back, along with co-star Jim Sturgess.
Plus music from Cee Lo Green, who performs his single It's OK.
Alan is joined on the sofa by X Factor judge and recording artist Cheryl Cole. As well as chatting to Alan in an exclusive interview, Cheryl will be performing two songs - her new single The Flood, plus an acoustic version of Promise This.
Fresh from winning I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, Stacey Solomon plus jungle runner-up Shaun Ryder join Alan to talk about life now they're back home. Plus, comedy superstar Michael McIntyre also drops in to talk about his autobiography Life and Laughing.
There's a treat of festive frolics in this Christmas edition, plus the odd song or two. Alan is joined on the sofa by DJ and author Chris Evans chatting about his book Memoirs of a Fruitcake, plus Hollywood actor and star of The Wrestler Mickey Rourke talks about his latest DVD release The Expendables. Comedian and star of Doctor Who Catherine Tate drops in to give Alan the lowdown on her new part in the Hollywood film Gulliver's Travels.
Plus, music from The Wanted who perform their single Lose My Mind as well as a Christmas classic.
Alan is joined on the sofa by star of Little Britain and Alice in Wonderland, comedian and actor Matt Lucas who chats about his new comedy series: Come Fly with Me. Dame Edna Everage who gives her unique take on 2010 and shares her own personal highlights from the past year.
Plus live music from McFly who chat about their latest DVD release Nowhere Left to Run and perform their single Shine a Light.
Jonathan Ross joins Alan on the sofa to talk about his of hosting The British Comedy Awards.
Two bright lights on the UK comedy circuit - Kevin Bridges and Jack Whitehall - drop in to talk about their new series of Stand Up for the Week.
Singer/songwriter Adele reveals her plans for 2011 and performs Rolling in Deep from her new album.
Alan's guests include James Corden, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch who gives Alan the lowdown on his latest stage role, as Frankenstein, directed by Danny Boyle at The National Theatre. And Kerry Katona drops in to reveal all about taking part in this year's Dancing on Ice. Plus, music from Jamiroquai performing Lifeline.
Billie Piper talks about her new series of Secret Diary of a Call Girl, while Usher takes a breather from his world tour and catches up with Alan. Plus the cast of Being Human - Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow and Sinead Keenan line up on the sofa.
Music is from Duran Duran who perform All You Need Is Now from their latest album
Alan's guests include American actress and musician Juliette Lewis; Dermot O'Leary, who talks about this year's Comic Relief; and fresh from being crowned queen of comedy, English actress and stand-up comedian, Miranda Hart.
Music is from The Streets, who performs 'Going Through Hell' from his forthcoming album.
Alan is joined by Hollywood actor Samuel L.Jackson, comedian Lee Mack, who chats about the DVD release of his sitcom Not Going Out and JLS drop in to share all their news and perform 'Eyes Wide Shut'.
In the final episode of the current series Alan is joined on the sofa by Bafta winner of the Orange Wednesdays Rising Star award, the actor Tom Hardy.
He also meets Amy Childs, Mark Wright, Sam Faiers, James 'Arg' Argent and Nanny Pat from the hit show The Only Way Is Essex, and comedian Jo Brand who chats about Comic Relief.
Ellie Goulding performs new single 'Lights'.
Alan Carr: Chatty Man synopsis
Alan Carr's chat show, packed with celebrity guests, topical showbiz news and highlights from the world of telly and the webEpisode Guide >