Host Chris Tarrant asks hopeful contestants a series of questions, each more difficult than the last. See full summary » A group of five strangers, each an amateur chef, compete to host the best dinner party, each party solely for the competitors and to be held on consecutive evenings. See full summary » I first saw the host of this on FAQ U, again on 8 Out of 10 Cats, and of course alongside Justin Lee Collins in The Friday/Sunday Night Project, and when I found out he was getting a chat show I was very intrigued.
Alan Carr here gets his own regular style chat show, the show hosted by the lovably camp, friendly and funny host would start with a few jokes about recent events and the guests featuring, one by one three guests to talk about and promote/plug their recent venture in film, music, television or whatever else, including past career, and there would be a musical performance by a singer or band at the end.
We’re excited to announce that the speccytacular @Alan Carr and the amazing @Ms Melanie Sykes are hosting this year’s #British LGBTAwards!
"It wasn't a nice thing to do." Mr Collins denies the allegations and claims Miss Larke is a "fantasist" who made up the allegations because she was insecure about their relationship.
I remember receiving several spoof Mr Angry type phone calls!
I series produced one series of about 20 programmes, which were presented by Anna Walker. Deputy Daytime Controller, Alison Sharman was responsible for finding the boys, and asking Pebble Mill to develop the series, as a successor to ‘Big Strong Girls’. The presenter in these photos is Sarah Matravers, I think.
) with Loran Durant and Susan Ball, coffees in hand, before the opening of the Shoulder Of Mutton at midday in Slawit :-)’ Suzie Curtlin: ‘And also Debra Veal presented with Craig & Stuart, and of course not forgetting Kate Silverton, we all know where she is now!
"Giving money and power to the government is like giving car keys and whisky to teenage boys." "When politics are used to allocate resources, the resources all end up being allocated to politics." "Politics is the business of getting power and privilege without possessing merit.
Guests have included Sir Bruce Forsyth, Heather Graham, Ross Kemp, Pet Shop Boys, Samuel L.