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Taskmaster Interview: Alan Davies – "I was supposed to paint a picture. I had 15 minutes, and it took me 30 minutes just to find the paint"

The five candidates for the latest series of Taskmaster are comedian, writer, and actor Alan Davies (QI, BBC Two); comedian, writer and actor Desiree Burch (Live At The Apollo, BBC One); BAFTA nominated comedian Guz Khan (Man Like Mobeen, BBC Three); BAFTA winning impressionist and actor Morgana Robinson (The Morgana Show, Channel 4); writer, presenter and professional poker player Victoria Coren Mitchell (Only Connect,


TV Review: Alan Davies As Yet Untitled, Dave

I'm a sucker for a chat show. In the absence of Graham Norton and Jonathan Ross I've even started watching Jimmy Fallon and James Corden on Sky to get my fix. But the best of the bunch might be Alan Davies As Yet Untitled on Dave, which returned this week.


Alan Davies As Yet Untitled – Interview

Alan Davies returns to Dave for a new series of chat show As Yet Untitled. It’s completely unscripted, unprepared and unrehearsed.


Alan Davies Fronts New Podcast

In his new podcast, The Seven Pillars, Alan Davies talk to comedians, personalities, entrepreneurs and artists from around the world and asks them: What do you value most? What influences you? What inspires you? Who shaped you as a person?  


News: Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled Returns To Dave

UKTV’s award-winning entertainment channel Dave welcomes Alan Davies back for a sixth series of critically-acclaimed series Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled.  The laid-back chat show format, produced by Phil McIntyre Television, will air on Dave in Spring 2021.

Alan Davies will once again take a seat at the table and lead captivating conversations full of stories from the world of comedy and entertainment with four well known celebrity guests. 


Review: Brighton Comedy Garden – Alan Davies, Ed Byrne, Lolly Adefope, Suzi Ruffell & Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Preston Park, Brighton

The Brighton Comedy Garden is in its very first year, with an excellent bill of comedians from the UK's comedy scene. The question, on its inaugural night, was whether the rich pickings would come together to deliver on the such promise – and also whether it would prosper, positioned as it is the month after an arts-filled and possibly saturated Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe.

Interview: Alan Davies On The New Series Of Damned

So Damned is back for series 2 and I understand that Al is going through something of a crisis?


News: Dylan Moran, Alan Davies & More Announced for Comedy Festival

The guests have been announced for this year's Greenwich Comedy Festival, which returns to the National Maritime Museum from September 13th–17th.

The line-up includes Dylan Moran, Alan Davies, Dara O Briain, Sara Pascoe, Adam Hills, Ed Byrne, Joe Lycett, David O’Doherty, Tim Key, Ellie Taylor, James Acaster, Shappi Khorsandi, Doc Brown and many more.

TV Review: Damned, C4

After Getting On and Going Forward Damned feels like the third part in a trilogy of gritty state-of-the-nation workplace comedies starring Jo Brand. But in fact this one, set in a childrens social services office, actually predates Going Forward. A one-off pilot went out on Sky Arts in 2014 but for whatever reason it is C4 that has made this six-part series. And I bet it cost them a lot less than The Great British Bake Off.


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