Alan Partridge's guests include showjumper Sue Lewis and punk singer Shona McGough.

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Episode complete credited cast:
... Alan Partridge
... Sue Lewis
... Keith Hunt
... Shona McGough
Steve Brown ... Glenn Ponder
Sarah Cameron ... Keyboardist (as Sarah C. Cameron)
Sam Cavalli-Green ... Sam Hunt
... Punk Band Member
... The Band (as The Shend)
Kate Stubbs ... Band Member
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Alan Partridge's guests include showjumper Sue Lewis and punk singer Shona McGough.

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Comedy | Talk-Show

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16 September 1994 (UK)  »

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Alan Partridge: [the horse droppings are still on the stage behind Alan 10 minutes later] Could someone clear that shit away, please? It's just it's in my picture. People may associate it with me.
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References Gold (1974) See more »

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Monday Morning
Music by Jonathan Whitehead
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Episode 1
22 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

The spin off from 'The Day Today' and former sports reporter Alan Partridge gets his own Abbaesque chat show.

The inspiration for Partridge might had come from Alan Titchmarsh but the show is a pastiche of Wogan where in his chat show sometimes things would go wrong such as nervous guests or ideas probably inspired by the producer that sometimes would never come off.

In the first show, Patridge appears in a slightly ill fitting and garish suit which screams middle of the road. The stage set turns out to be inappropriate.

As he waits for star guest Roger Moore to arrive, his first guest a champion horsewoman is too nervous and boring, he ends up humiliating his second guest Keith Hunt who in turn revels in Partridge's embarrassment with his musical guests who turn out to be a bit too Goth punk for him.


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