Alan Carr's Comedy Outings

New six-part comedy clip show featuring the distinctive humour of Alan Carr.

Alan describes the difficult situations he finds himself in, interspersing his unusual adventures with classic comedy clips.

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0101Al Tied Up With Nowhere To Go2008101820091112

New six-part comedy clip show featuring the distinctive humour of Alan Carr.

Alan describes the difficult situations he finds himself in, interspersing his unusual adventures with classic comedy clips.

Alan recalls going on a hen weekend that ended in embarrassing fashion.

Clips include Les Dawson, Ross Noble and Michael Mcintyre

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show, which first broadcast on Radio 2 last year.

In the first episode, Al Tied Up With Nowhere To Go, Alan finds himself on an unusual hen night.

The classic comedy clips feature the likes of Les Dawson, Ed Byrne and Michael Mcintyre.

Alan finds himself on an unusual hen night.

With clips from Les Dawson and Ed Byrne

0102Carr-ly Valentine2008102520091119

Alan is in the heart of the African jungle.

With clips from Ben Elton and Lee Evans

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show, which first broadcast on Radio 2 last year.

In the second episode, Carr-ly Valentine, Alan finds himself in a jungle, sat on a throne carved in the likeness of his own face.

The classic comedy clips feature the likes of Ardal O'hanlon, Bill Bailey and Lee Mack.

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show.

0103Dangerous Li-alans2008110120091126

Alan starts his tale chained to the wall of a Colombian cellar with a monkey for company.

With clips from Jack Dee, Peter Kay and Tommy Cooper.

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show, which first broadcast on Radio 2 last year.

The third episode, Dangerous Li-Alans, begins with our eponymous hero chained to the wall of a Colombian cellar, with only a monkey for company.

He explains how he ended up in this unlikely situation, after accepting what he thought would be a globe trotting TV assignment, and introduces a selection of comedy clips from the likes of Jack Dee, Peter Kay and Tommy Cooper.

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show.

0104Gonna Make This Kid A Carr *2008112920091217

Listed by Radio 2 as being broadcast 20081108

Alan explains how he ended up being cornered by a lion in its cage at London Zoo after trying to adopt a child.

Around this story, Alan introduces a selection of classic comedy clips from the likes of Frankie Boyle, Lee Evans and Mitch Benn.

With classic comedy clips from Frankie Boyle, Jo Brand and Lee Evans

Episode 6 in the repeat schedule.

0105*20081115
0106Casino Roy-alan2008112220091210

Alan finds himself on a dangerous mission for British Intelligence.

Also featuring clips from Ed Byrne, Michael Redmond and Andy Parsons.

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show, which first broadcast on Radio 2 last year.

In the fifth episode, Casino Roy-Alan, our eponymous hero is hired by British Intelligence for a dangerous mission but ends up strapped to a nuclear warhead.

As he recounts this tale of espionage, Alan introduces some classic comedy clips including material from Michael Redmond, Ed Byrne and Andy Parsons.

Alan is hired by British Intelligence for a dangerous mission.

0106Clinic-al Depression2008112220091203

Alan attends a star-studded TV awards show but ends up being chased by the police.

Alan attends a star-studded TV awards show, but ends up being chased down the motorway by police and paparazzi with only a labrador to help him map read.

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show, which first broadcast on Radio 2 last year.

In the fourth episode, Clinic-Al Depression, Alan finds himself pursued by the papparazzi and police after a TV awards show.

His fictional tale is interspersed with a selection of the best comedy clips, including material from Eddie Izzard, Tommy Cooper and Ben Elton.

Another chance to hear Alan Carr's scripted comedy clip show.