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A sneaky peek into Alan's world

Acting
  • Acting
Alan shares a review of one of his stage appearances.
Van hire lead
  • Van hire lead
Alan travels to Newcastle on the hunt for his missing-presumed-dead friend.
Drama
  • Drama
Alan’s trip to the post office apparently takes an unexpected turn.
  • Acting
  • Alan shares a review of one of his stage appearances.
  • Van hire lead
  • Alan travels to Newcastle on the hunt for his missing-presumed-dead friend.
  • Drama
  • Alan’s trip to the post office apparently takes an unexpected turn.

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Alan Partridge

Meet Alan Partridge


Alan Partridge is a familiar face (and voice!) to anyone who enjoys genuinely good television (and radio!), having been seen (and heard!) on shows that have delighted the eyes (and ears!) of viewers (and listeners!) for decades, including BBC teatime show This Time (and North Norfolk Digital coffeetime show Mid Morning Matters!).

Broadcaster, writer, motivational speaker, sports fan, thought-leader, businessman and consummate professional, Alan enjoys bitter shandy, shandied lager, high-end knitwear and personal success. He is currently doing very well indeed.

Summary

Few humans in the history of civilisation have had a third series of their podcast commissioned. Fewer still have produced one that’s actually any good. Partridge Gordon Alan, or Alan Gordon Partridge to write his name the correct way round, is one of them.

Now as comfortable at the controls of a podcast as he is driving all cars and doing most swimming strokes, Alan returns with a series that whooshes and pinballs around the many areas (there are approximately nine) of his life and brain. And with no regular, contracted broadcasting work to clutter up his days, Alan is free to focus on matters closer to home. Still based at his quasi-rural oasthouse, which now boasts a significantly better kettle than in series one and two, he shares with us thoughts, ideas, hopes and dreams spread across eleven episodes with a mean duration of the twenty minutes stipulated in the contract. Would a better approach have been to let the content of each episode dictate its length? Of course it would but that’s a discussion for another day.

So join Alan as he tackles the green eyed monster of envy in his attempts to keep hold of his new love, as he navigates how to re-invigorate an increasingly distracted personal assistant, as he vies for one of the most sought-after car-related ambassadorial positions in all of east Anglia, and as he seeks to track down an old Geordie friend long-presumed dead.

They say there’s nothing more boring than the mundanities of everyday life. Well, Alan’s podcast focuses on literally nothing else. We hope you enjoy it.

Warning: contains adult content and language

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Alan risks becoming consumed with envy as he faces down a challenger for the affections of his sexy older girlfriend.
Alan goes head to head with some of the biggest hitters in motoring media to secure a plum role.
Alan returns to his roots but this time as Svengali not disc jockey.
While Alan dedicates time to eliminating sloth, Lynn turns sleuth in a bid to track down a figure from his past
Channelling the great rock stars of old, Alan spends a night in a recording studio.
Broadcasting from his kitchen, Alan provides unofficial live commentary on the coronation of King Charles III.
Alan awaits the birth of a new grandchild, Lynn thinks she’s made a breakthrough in her search for a friend from Alan’s past.
Men of a certain age find it hard to make new friends but Alan has no such problems with a Syrian in a taxi.
Alan visits the north-east, a land where time has largely stood still, in a bid to track down a long-lost Geordie acquaintance.
Alan is suffering from a bout of sleep-walking involving the Titanic/Rod Stewart.
Alan shares his tips for correct sandwich making as Lynn grieves a dead friend.

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Awesome as always

Never, ever stop making these.

I need to write 15 words in order to leave a review. So I'll just refer you back to the salient point made in my opening sentence.

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Hilariously funny

I love these podcasts, pure unfettered Partridge!!
I honestly believe this is his best work yet. If you’ve listened to all 3, go back and start again. There are references stitched through the lot!!

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It was 'textook'

Maybe not as good but it's more partridge and that is not a bad thing, so for my credit , it was worth it and for those that disagree , you are bang wrong.

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Lovely Stuff

Like a Poggenpohl kitchen or Lexii (the Japanese Mercedes) this podcast is quality and affordable. The highs, the lows, the tension, the adverts for a cow milking experience, this podcast has it all. Not my words, the words of Top Gear magazine.

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Brilliant

Funniest thing I’ve heard on audible, all three series of this are a great listen.

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Amazing

It’s amazing how you can be this stupid and still well liked, Alan is a moron and a genius at the same time!

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So funny

Alan Partridge is the gift that keeps on giving. I want to hear more and more of these podcasts, it’s one of the funniest podcasts i’ve ever heard.

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Always fantastic

Bring me series 4!!! Supreme wit and so funny - I will listen to it many times

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I can’t get enough of this content

Great twist at the end that leaves me eagerly anticipating the next series. Three decades of Alan Partridge and it just gets better. Well placed references back to previous AP content over the years, and of course updates from his mate, Grant Schapps 😂

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Not as solid as other Audio outputs but still first class

Sad to be giving this one only 4 stars - I thought I Partridge, Normad and the first season of Oasthouse were absolutely fantastic.

This one unfortunately feels a little dis-jointed and rough around the edges, very different to the first series which had the great thread of Alan dealing with contact from his online Troll. It’s a shame as some of the ideas in this series would’ve made a great full series, Alan’s hunt for Michael, for example (Can’t help but think this was maybe an idea for a full audiobook that was discarded in favour of the upcoming Big Beacon)

The positives though, Coogan’s performance as Partridge is, as always, absolutely superb. There are also, as there always is with Coogan/Gibbons writing lots of funny bits that really benefit from multiple listens.

I always look forward to these though and hope there’s more to come

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