“So you know when you see them crying on the show and you go ‘you wuss’…
but my god there were bits, I don’t know if they kept it in but I was choked, Gok was upset, Jonathan Ross was a bit.” But he added that his team came up with a product that they really believed in.
Christmas special of the sci-fi drama, with The Doctor in New York and having to save the world from aliens, only to discover he’s not the only superhero in town.
Starring Peter Capaldi, Matt Lucas, Justin Chatwin, Charity Wakefield & Adetomiwa Edun.
On passing I merely said a friendly "hello" and smiled: In return he looked at me as though he had just discovered a skidmark on a hotel towel; he stopped on the spot, gasped, looked me up and down in disgust and then stomped off towards the Tate Gallery!
The awards celebrate public figures and organisations who work to ensure all strands of the media reflect the diversity of British society.
It's always fun and games on the work front, but behind the scenes, 2015 was a challenging year for Alan Carr.
The Chatty Man tells Hannah Stephenson why he feels he's finally found a 'happy ending' Alan Carr greets me in typical effervescent form, eager to regale his woes via amusing anecdotes and trademark self-deprecating wit.
- which simply aren't funny, no matter how hard he tries to make light of them. His partner's alcoholism and spells in rehab, Carr's own dubious relationship with booze, along with the crippling anxiety attacks for which he sought help, are all charted in the book, and while he does his best to keep the mood light, it's clear 2015 was a desperate time for the comedian.
Matters came to a head at his pal Adele's fancy dress birthday party.