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Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Places of My Life (2012)

Alan Partridge attempts a celebrity travelogue around his beloved Norwich.

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Dave Lambert (as David Lambert)
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Steve Coogan ... Alan Partridge
Dolly Wells ... Annabel Swanson
Graham Duff Graham Duff ... Mike Greatbatch
Harmage Singh Kalirai ... Atif
Robert Demeger Robert Demeger ... Rev. Richard Hatcher
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Alan Partridge attempts a celebrity travelogue around his beloved Norwich.

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Darren Grange: Still, there's piece of mind in knowing that if you do want to go offroad she won't let you down.
Alan Partridge: "He". I'm not driving a girl.
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29 April 2020 | by MGPT80See all my reviews

The shortened mockumentary format is a very effective showcase for the Alan Partridge character, particularly this more pretentious mutation of the 2010s. While this does feel a little forced at times and is certainly not the best of Partridge, it is still comfortably ahead of the majority of modern-day comedy. Back of the net.


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25 June 2012 (UK) See more »

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Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Places of My Life See more »

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Norwich, Norfolk, England, UK

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