Summary

Two episodes from the award-winning BBC TV series I'm Alan Partridge starring Steve Coogan. Listen to Alan attempt to rebuild his career as an early-morning DJ on Radio Norwich. His wife has left him for a fitness instructor and Alan had moved to the luxury of the Linton Travel Tavern (big plate not included!). Despite his empire crumbling around him, Alan is unabashed, remaining true to his sports casual dresscode and carrying on the belief that he is on the cusp of persuading BBC Numero Uno, Tony Hayers, to give him another series. Plus the Knowing Me, Knowing Yule Christmas Special, where Alan brings a festive bumper selection of guests together for a Christmas special live from his Norwich residence.
(P)1998 BBC Worldwide Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Arron on 18-04-12

travel tavern

This is a must for any alan fan. listen to his autobiog it is utter brilliance. knwoing me alan partridge know you.............

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5 out of 5 stars
By paul on 13-06-16

Legend

Alan is timeless. Unlike his leather underwear. Cant believe he did not make Alan the latter years

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4 out of 5 stars
By W. Smith on 06-01-17

Allen Partridge is very entertaining

This audible book is not the best of Alan Partridge books I have. However I think Alan Partridge is, always, very entertaining.

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5 out of 5 stars
By MarshallGuitarTexan on 22-07-15

Funniest man alive

Coogan doesn't have to rely on boorish swearing. He's much too creatively intelligent to settle for that brand of comedy.

NOTE: For American English speaking listeners hearing a thick northern English accent for the first time can be puzzling. Don't let it bother you just keep listening and you'll acclimate yourself in no time.

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