Alan Davies As Yet Untitled

Alan Davies As Yet Untitled

United Kingdom

Its Series 3! Is it a chat show? Is it a panel show? A stand-up show? Well, sort of all three really.



In the finale to what has been a superb series, Alan Davies is joined by a stellar cast for a show of interesting / hilarious chat. Armed with only a couple of facts about his guests, Alan has absolutely no idea where the conversation will go. Omid Djalili, Alex Horne, Shaun Ryder and Kathy Burke are blisteringly honest about their tales of sex, drugs and fame. No topic is off limits as Kathy and Alan open up about losing a parent and Omid reveals how fulfilling a dying wish went disastrously wrong.


Mark Watson, Katy Wix, Karen Taylor and Jim Moir AKA Vic Reeves join Alan Davies for another evening of impromptu chat. The gang talk crap competition wins, hideous surprises, faking it and freakish phobias.


In this latest offering of As Yet Untitled, Alan Davies is joined by Jessica Hynes, Wes Borge, Deirdre O’Kane and Chris Addison. Armed with only a couple of facts about his guests, Alan has no idea where the conversation will take him. The guests reveal operatic aspirations, broken appendages, and top tips on how to deal with brash Americans.


As Yet Untitled is the show that brings together four interesting slash funny people together for a couple of drinks and a chat. In this episode, Alan Davies is joined by Stephen K Amos, Josh Howie, Bridget Christie and multi-marathon runner, Eddie Izzard. Tonight we are treated to tales concerning showbiz connections, bizarre gift ideas and erectile discomfort.


On this episode of As Yet Untitled, Alan Davies invites Al Murray, Victoria Coren-Mitchell, Luisa Omielan and Rob Beckett to join him for a feast of funny stories. The group discuss everything from weird crushes to wacky weddings, anger management and abnormal nipples.


Joining Alan around the table are Jon Richardson, Mark Olver, Jenny Éclair and Alexie Sayle. Tonight’s conversation veers from female pattern baldness to Marxism, punk poetry and health & safety advice.


David Mitchell, Liza Tarbuck, Dane Baptiste and Lolly Adefope join Alan Davies for more directionless chit-chat. Dane and Lolly swap recipes, while David opens up about his fear of crustaceans; and Liza reveals the grizzly details surrounding Basil’s death.


Alan is joined by new stand-up Lou Sanders, the stars of the IT Crowd, Richard Ayoade & Katherine Parkinson, plus star voice of the Simpsons, Harry Shearer. This episode's chat covers everything from life-saving to dying from embarrassment, strip clubs and social awkwardness, plus they reveal the worst place to live in the whole of Britain.


In this latest episode of As Yet Untitled, Catherine Tate discusses her failings in the Office and her fiery temper; Milton Jones reveals how he once caused a bloodbath, while performance artist, Bryony Kimmings shares her thoughts on the nation’s pubic hair. Ainsley Harriott, who definitely isn’t Lenny Henry, completes the guest line up.


For the first in the new series of the Alan Davies As Yet Untitled Podcast, its a triple whammy for QI fans, as Alan is joined by long-time sparring partner Stephen Fry, future host Sandi Toksvig, Sara Pascoe and Alex Edelman. Listen here for all the best bits from the Dave show plus exclusive outtakes!


Charlie Higson, Johnny Vaughan, Ellie Taylor and Sally Phillips banter with Alan.


Alan Davies shoots the breeze with Jason Byrne, Alice Levine, Denise Van Outen and Josh Widdicombe.


Bored of the usual chat show banality? Then join Alan and guests Phill Jupitus, Carl Donnelly, Pippa Evans and Stuart Maconie.


Jo Brand, Tommy Tiernan, Alun Cochrane and Chris Martin - no, not that one - join Alan to banter about male grooming and dating unsuitable men. Very witty agenda-free chat.


With subjects like cockroaches, Iranian fruit and iffy school milk, this isn't your average chat show! Bob Mortimer, Russell Kane, Lucy Montgomery and Miles Jupp join Alan.


Bill Bailey, Diane Morgan, Steve Pemberton and Romesh Ranganathan join QI's resident also-ran to talk wonderfully funny nonsense, from latex disasters to dental wonders!


Alan tackles the hot political issues with Russell Howard, Reece Shearsmith, John Robins and Tiff Stevenson.


Aisling Bea, Justin Moorhouse, Jo Enright and Jim Moir join QI's serial klaxon-baiter for witty off-the-cuff chat, veering from befriending old men to working with pigs!


Matt Lucas, John Thomson, Sarah Kendall and Stuart Goldsmith join Alan to discuss upsetting rock legends and impressions.


New. Impromptu patter with the curly-maned chinwagger and guests Katherine Jakeways, Lee Mack, Nick Helm and Olivia Lee, whose chat veers from Red Rum to a grandma's love advice.

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