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24 September 2014
Knowing Me Knowing You - On BBC Radio Four

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Alan had a chauffeur who was also called Alan.
Knowing Me Knowing You - on BBC Radio Four
  Programme One

Alan Partridge
Lawrence Camley, author of The Soul Of Time, was Alan's first guest. He'd never won the Nobel Prize for Literature but he did know the Capital of Kenya which impressed Alan very much. It's Nairobi by the way.

Ally Tennant, a leading figure in the Women’s Movement, was on next. She had devised a sort of psycho-analytical procedure for couples with sex problems. This involved Birthing, Dialoguing and Pledging. Alan wisely asked, 'Is that good therapy or barmy old kack'?

Adam Wells was the final guest. He was Carnaby Street’s Mr Boutique 1969 and the man behind the vegetable drink, Vegina. His high street chain store had this slogan: No Tree Has Died - No Child Has Cried - To Make The Product - That You Have Buyed. After rigorous questioning about his orgy-attending past, Alan discovered Wells was firing blanks.

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the life of Alan
Boy to man.
Those crucial early influences.

On the Hour
Alan's big broadcasting break.

The Day Today
"This is sports desk with me, Alan Partridge."
Knowing Me, Knowing You (Radio)
A chat legend is born.
Knowing Me, Knowing You (TV)
Alan gets his own TV show at last.
I'm Alan Partridge
182 days in the Linton Travel Tavern.
The Wilderness Years
Where did Alan go?
I'm Alan Partridge - series two
Alan bounces back.
Alan News
The latest developments in Alan's career.
Alan for sale
Many of Alan's broadcasts are available in the shops.


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