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News: Alan Partridge Returns With A Podcast From His Oasthouse (Or Is It His Shed?)

Alan Partridge is returning with a podcast – beamed to listeners direct from his Norfolk oasthouse (well, actually yes, it is his shed).

The Oasthouse: The Alan Partridge Podcast will be out later this year in September via Audible, but fans can access the first episode from Friday 5 June - Friday 12 June via Alexa enabled devices or through the free Alexa App from the Android Play or iOS App Store.


News: Alan Partridge Is Britain's Greatest Comedy Character

Alan Partridge has been chosen as Britain's Greatest Comedy Character in a special programme on the Gold Channel.

The panel of judges chose the character played by Steve Coogan over Del Boy who came second and David Brent who came third.

The jury was chaired by actor and comedian Sally Phillips and included comedy performers Shappi Khorsandi, Nina Wadia, John Thomson, Peter Egan, Lucy Beaumont, Marcus Brigstocke Emily Atack, writer David Quantick and critic Grace Dent.


News: More This Time with Alan Partridge And a Podcast From The Oast House

Well they do say everyone has a podcast. And now even Alan Partridge has finally got with the programme and is making one. As well as a new TV series.

Steve Coogan, who plays the hapless presenter, revealed that a podcast is going to be launched next month entitled From The Oast House.


News: Alan Partridge Meets His Lookalike

Alan Partridge had a classic awkward encounter on his BBC series This Time when he met his Irish doppelganger in the fourth episode of the series.

In a section of the spoof magazine show on lookalikes Partridge encountered an Irish farmer called Martin Brennan – also played by Steve Coogan – who did not know who Alan Partridge was until the similarity had been pointed out to him a week ago.

The programme finale was derailed when Brennan decided to bring his mates on to sing some folk songs which soon turned out to be pro-IRA rebel songs. 


TV: This Time With Alan Partridge, BBC One

And so Alan Partridge returns from exile. To the BBC after his recent outings with Sky and to television after his time on North Norfolk Digital. When the regular male co-host of live weekday evening magazine show This Time is indisposed Partridge gets the call to join Jennie Gresham (Susannah Fielding) on the sofa. The result is every bit as carpet-chewingly, wince-makingly funny as one would hope.


Interview: Alan Partridge On His Return to The BBC

Alan Partridge is returning to the BBC to fill in for regular presenter John Baskell as Jennie Gresham’s co-host on the popular magazine show This Time. Alan took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to tell us what we can expect. This Time With Alan Partridge starts on Monday, February 25 at 9.30pm. 

Alan Partridge, it’s been 25 years since your last BBC presenting job.


Video: First Trailer From This Time With Alan Partridge

The first official trailer has been released from the forthcoming series This Time With Alan Partridge, starring Steve Coogan as the hapless broadcaster returning to the BBC.

The new series starts in two weeks. Date to be confirmed.


News: Alan Partridge Flies Back To His BBC Nest

Alan Partridge is finally returning to the BBC. It's now officially happening early this year. A select band of journalists has been invited to an exclusive screening of his new series, 'This Time with Alan Partridge',  by Partridge himself. Beyond The Joke is among those chosen to attend, having received the following missive.



News: Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge Gets Vinyl Release

Knowing Me Knowing You – the award-winning BBC Radio 4 series first broadcast in December 1992 and starring Steve Coogan - is to be made available on vinyl. 

Written by Steve Coogan and Patrick Marber (Notes on a Scandal, Closer), featuring additional material from Armando Iannucci (The Thick of It, Veep, The Death of Stalin), this is the series which introduced the cultural icon that is Alan Partridge to the mainstream, leading to several successful TV shows and the film Alpha Papa. 


News: Alan Partridge To Get His PA Back – More Details Of New Series Revealed

Felicity Montagu is to join Steve Coogan in the BBC's new Alan Partridge series. She will once again play Lynn, the long-suffering PA to the DJ.

Steve Coogan confirmed the news at BBC Worldwide’s Showcase in Liverpool where Coogan and Christine Langan, CEO of Baby Cow Productions were talking on a panel about TV comedy.



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