Alan Carr's Happy Hour
The irrepressible Alan Carr returns and the first show in the series sees him joined by guests including US pop star Pink, Gok Wan, Adam Hills and some Paralympian heroes.
The second show in Alan's new series that welcomes in the weekend. The guests include Matt Smith, Jack Whitehall, Jonnie Peacock and the cast of Fresh Meat. Plus music from Example.
Alan is joined by One Direction, Jessie J, who chats about her autobiography Nice to Meet You, and Kevin McCloud, who drops in to talk Grand Designs. Plus music from Alicia Keys.
Alan's guests include Paddy McGuinness, Dragon's Den: Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Kimberley Walsh, Louis Smith and Jerry Hall and music by Conor Maynard
Alan's sofa is crammed with pop stars as Cheryl Cole talks about her new book, and McFly give the inside story on their new book while Leona Lewis performs her latest single, Trouble
Alan Carr's guests include Chris O'Dowd and Kelly Brooks who talk about their respective new projects. Plus JLS chat and perform their latest single, Hottest Girl in the World.
All four X Factor judges - Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Tulisa and Nicole Scherzinger join Alan to reveal the latest news and gossip from the current series
Alan's guests include Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty, who talk about their new show, Food Fight Club. The Wanted and Taylor Swift drop by, and The Killers perform Miss Atomic Bomb.
Alan's guests include Julia Davis, John Bishop, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Geri Halliwell, while Rita Ora performs her latest single, Shine Ya Light, live in the studio
Guests include top Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert, the effervescent Paul O'Grady pops in to tell Alan about his latest autobiography. Plus, Noel Gallagher chats and performs.
Alan is joined by comedian Kevin Bridges, who chats about his new DVD, and Dermot O'Leary reveals the latest X Factor news
Joining Alan is comedian Michael McIntyre, Celebrity Juice host Keith Lemon, The Voice judge and Black Eyes Peas star Will.i.am. Music is from Daley featuring Jessie J - perfoming Remember Me.
Alan's guests include Davina McCall, Jon Richardson, Olly Murs and Harry Hilll with music from Rebecca Ferguson, who performs live in the studio
Alan's guests - including Gordon Ramsay, Sir Ian McKellen and Miranda Hart - share all their Christmas plans, with music from Kylie Minogue, who performs Better the Devil You Know
JLS join Alan to celebrate Christmas in this festive edition. Ex-Dragon's Den star Hilary Devey and comedian David Walliams pop in for a chat and McFly perform a special medley.
The Chatty Man Mash Up will see a very special host hijack the chair and tuck in to his drinks globe, as Alan finds out what it's like to be a guest on his own show.