Knowing Me Knowing You

The complete radio comedy series starring Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge, the chat-show host from hell.

Knowing Me  Knowing You

The complete radio comedy series starring Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge, the chat-show host from hell. Assorted guests join him from the world of theatre, politics and emotional tragedy, in six shows of manic conversation, self-congratulation and verbal abuse.

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Knowing Me, Knowing You...
Language: en
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Authors: Patrick Marber, Steve Coogan
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Type: BOOK - Published: 1995-10 - Publisher: BBC Worldwide Publishing

The complete radio comedy series starring Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge, the chat-show host from hell. Assorted guests join him from the world of theatre, politics and emotional tragedy, in six shows of manic conversation, self-congratulation and verbal abuse.
Knowing Me, Knowing You, with Alan Partridge, Vol. 2
Language: en
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Authors: Steve* Coogan
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Type: BOOK - Published: 1994 - Publisher:

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Steve Coogan - aka Alan Partridge
Language: en
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Authors: Harry Lime
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Because I Tell a Joke or Two
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Stephen Wagg
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-01-14 - Publisher: Routledge

Because I Tell a Joke or Two explores the complex relationship between comedy and the social differences of class, region, age, gender, sexuality, ethnicity and nationhood. It shows how comedy has been used to sustain, challenge and to change power relationships in society. The contributors, who include Stephen Wagg, Mark
Easily Distracted
Language: en
Pages: 400
Authors: Steve Coogan
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-10-08 - Publisher: Random House

Steve Coogan was born and raised in Manchester in the 1960s, the fourth of six children. From an early age he entertained his family with impressions and was often told he should 'be on the telly'. Failing to get into any of the London-based drama schools, he accepted a place