Alan Partridge's Mid-Morning Matters

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 5

3.0 2 x
Alan breaks radio broadcasting history by having a massage live on air. He is also forced to take control and become main commentator on a royal visit - after the live link to the reporter goes down.

Season 2, Episode 4

4.0 1 x
Alan meets Jasper Jones - forthright and outspoken 'maverick' author of latest book 'Free Speech'. He also meets a celebrity chef - but her recipe includes fennel... which is a bit of an issue for Alan.

Season 2, Episode 3

3.0 3 x
Alan meets 'Blackbird', a local folk singer who is disillusioned by the modern world, and also an ex-gang member who is working with inner city kids to steer them away from the gang culture.

Season 2, Episode 2

4.0 2 x
Alan launches an appeal for an addiction charity and grills fellow DJ and ex addict, Dave Clifton. Alan also hosts an on air book club - but his method for appraising the literary work is somewhat rudimentary.

Season 2, Episode 1

4.0 5 x
Alan tries his best to have a balanced discussion with the leader of the local fox hunt, and also gets the chance to air his very own radio play, in which he plays the romantic hero.

Season 2, Episode 6

4.0 82 x
Sidekick Simon breaks some bad news to Alan - he confirms he is interviewing for another job.

Season 1, Episode 12 (Man With The Child In His Eyes)

4.0 14 x
In the final episode of the series Alan finds himself in awe of a vibrant young female colleague. But can he keep a lid on his feelings?

Season 1, Episode 8 (Eddie Shepherd)

3.0 20 x
Alan steps into the shoes of Eddie Shepherd to co-host North Norfolk Digital's current affairs breakfast show. Dangerously low on sleep, he tries to 'do a Paxman' on an unwitting local counsellor.

Season 1, Episode 9 (Tora Bora Alan)

3.0 171 x
Alan meets a local wilderness expert but soon gets sidetracked when he discovers that his guest used to be in the Special Forces.

Season 1, Episode 11 (Agony Aunt)

3.0 45 x
Alan's guest is the Agony Aunt from one of the local papers. Alan 'helps her' as she offers advice to the troubled callers. But when she leaves the studio how will Alan cope when fielding calls on his own?