Alan Carr hosts a brand new entertainment chat show, packed with sketches, topical chat, news and audience participation. Alan is joined on the sofa each week by three celebrity guests from the world of showbiz, with a top musical act playing out at the end of the show. Other regular items include topical sketches featuring occasional celebrity cameos, Alan's irreverent take on the week's showbiz news, plus unique and offbeat highlights from the world of telly and the web.
Comedienne Sarah Millican talks to the host about her new stand-up tour, Alesha Dixon discusses her latest single, and legendary musician Morrissey performs Kiss Me a Lot.
For the final show in the current series, the funnyman is joined by guests including singer-songwriter and producer Pharrell Williams, who talks about his new single Marilyn Monroe, while singer-songwriter Cher Lloyd discusses her latest album Sorry I'm Late. Plus, former X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger performs her latest track Your Love live in the studio. Last in the series.
The host is joined by US film stars Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, who talk about their new comedy The Other Woman, TV chef and baker Paul Hollywood discusses the Get Your Bake On UK tour, and presenter and comic Paddy McGuinness provides an insight into his new TV game show Amazing Greys. Katy B performs her latest single Still
The bespectacled funnyman returns for a 13th series of musical performances and banter from celebrity guests, from whom - if a little alcohol-fuelled - he hopes to draw out their biggest secrets. Alan has lined up another star-studded array of international and home-grown personalities, including comedian and actor Jack Whitehall, stopping by to discuss the return of his sitcom Bad Education. Also dropping in are fellow comedians Jon Richardson and Matt Forde, while music for the evening will be provided by Kasabian with a performance of their latest single Bumblebeee
The excitable host is joined by MasterChef judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace as the latest series of the cooking show nears its final. Pop star Lily Allen chats and performs her latest single Our Time, and US rocker Courtney Love talks about her forthcoming UK tour
DJ Nick Grimshaw discusses about his role as judge in The X Factor and Radio 1's Teen Awards. Plus, comedian Jason Manford drops in to talk about his new Dave show The Money Pit, and electronica trio Years & Years perform their latest single Eyes Shut.
The host is joined by iconic US actress Goldie Hawn, while comedian Romesh Ranganathan talks about his new BBC Three series Asian Provocateur and forthcoming stand-up tour. Plus, Rudimental perform their new single Lay It All on Me.
The host is joined by comedy actors and writers Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan to talk about the second series of their sitcom Catastrophe, while actress Catherine Tate chats about her new film SuperBob. Plus, musician Adam Lambert discusses his latest single and Irish singer-songwriter Roisin Murphy performs Evil Eyes.
This week's guests include Lady Gaga, who tells Alan all about her new album Artpop and gives an exclusive performance of Do What You Want. Also John Bishop, who talks about his Supersonic 2014 tour, and top chef Heston Blumenthal.
Alan Carr is joined by Michael Sheen, who discusses his new Channel 4 US show The Masters of Sex; Amanda Holden, who chats about her new autobiography; actor and musician Jared Leto, who talks about his rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars; and Karl Pilkington, who drops in to chat about his new show The Moaning of Life. Plus music from Swedish duo Icona Pop.
In this episode, US TV star Kim Kardashian pops in for a chat, 8 Out of 10 Cats team captains, Sean Lock and Jon Richardson join Alan to talk about Channel 4's Comedy Gala at the 02 in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital due to air on Channel 4 next week, and musical guest Nelly Furtado performs her new single Big Hoops.
In this week's episode, Supreme Leader Admiral General Aladeen of Wadiya is on the show to promote his new film The Dictator, actor Ray Winstone joins Alan to chat about his latest film, Snow White and the Huntsman, plus all the news from This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. Musical guest Rebecca Ferguson performs Glitter and Gold.
Alan Carr is joined by Jimmy Carr and pop star and X Factor judge Tulisa, who talks about her new single, Young. Plus The Saturdays and Paul Weller.
In this opening episode, Alan is joined on the sofa by comedy superstar, Ricky Gervais. Fresh from hosting the Golden Globes, Ricky talks to Alan about the DVD release of his latest film The Invention of Lying and his forthcoming world comedy tour. Also joining Alan is model and reality TV star Katie Price, who chats about her TV new series What Katie Did Next. Plus, Vinnie Jones, who spills the beans about his time on Celebrity Big Brother and music from the talented Corinne Bailey Rae who performs an exclusive track Paris Night/New York Morning from her latest album.
Chatty Man is back!! In the first show, Alan will be joined on the sofa by Mariah Carey who will also perform her single, I want to Know What Love Is... star of The Mighty Boosh, Noel Fielding, and comedy actor Simon Pegg, pop in for a chat.
Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) reveals what she can about the new series, Anna Friel discusses ITV drama Marcella and Nick Grimshaw talks about Radio 1's Big Weekend at the end of the month. Music is provided by Canadian singer Alessia Cara, performing her new single Here.
Danny Dyer talks about his book The World According to Danny Dyer: Life Lessons from the East End, while Josh Widdicombe discusses his new BBC Three sitcom Josh, and Rita Ora drops in for a chat. Plus, Fleur East performs her new single Sax.
Alan's guests include comedian Russell Brand to talk about his new DVD The Messiah Complex, while host of Channel 4's The Last Leg, Adam Hills, discusses his Happyism DVD. Plus a live performance from The Wanted.
Alan is joined by singer, songwriter and X Factor judge Gary Barlow, who also performs his latest single Since I Saw You Last. Comedian and actor Ricky Gervais joins Alan to talk about his latest film Muppets Most Wanted, together with two of the movie's stars - the one and only Kermit the Frog and his froggy nemesis Constantine. And Jessica Hynes tells Alan about reprising her role as Siobhan Sharpe in the new comedy W1A.
The host's guests this evening include actor James Nesbitt, talking about the return of police comedy drama Babylon on Channel 4, and Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, who chats and performs Shake It Off from her forthcoming album 1989. Plus, Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges, on his debut autobiography
Alan is joined by pop sensation Kylie Minogue who talks about her latest album and performs her single, I Was Gonna Cancel, live in the studio. Multi award-winning actor Sir Ian McKellen chats to Alan about his eagerly-awaited movie X-Men: Days of Future Past, and breakfast show presenter Nick Grimshaw gives the lowdown on Radio 1's Big Weekend festival.
Joining Alan this time is Hobbit and Sherlock star Martin Freeman, who talks about his new series Fargo. Also joining Alan this week is US star and film actress Lindsay Lohan. Lindsay will be chatting to Alan about her upcoming TV docu-series on TLC, Lindsay Lohan. Doctor Christian Jessen talks about the new series of Embarrassing Bodies: Live from the Clinic. Plus music from The Kooks, who perform Around Town live in the studio.
Guests include pop superstar Britney Spears who chats exclusively about her new single Work Bitch. London 2012 Olympic hero and long distance runner Mo Farah discusses his new autobiography, while US movie star Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks about his new film Don Jon. Plus music from Jake Bugg who performs What Doesn't Kill You in the studio.
Alan is joined by Michael McIntyre, who has the lowdown on his new BBC One series Michael McIntyre's Big Show, and Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, who has published her own book, Scarlett Says. Plus, music by Jack Garratt, performing Surprise Yourself.
The host is joined by fellow stand-up and namesake Jimmy Carr, who talks about his Netflix comedy show Funny Business, among other things. Music is provided by Izzy Bizu, performing her latest single Give Me Love.