Dave re-orders Alan Davies chat show
UKTV entertainment and comedy channel Dave is to revive Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled in a new order of 10 x 60 episodes.
The chat show format is produced by Phil McIntyre Television and will be recorded at The Roundhouse in Camden in December and January for tx next spring.
Lucy Ansbro will exec produce for Phil McIntyre, alongside Iain Coyle for UKTV. Lindsay Jex is series producer.
The show last aired in 2017, and saw the comedian/actor/writer interview a range of talent including Stephen Fry, Catherine Tate, Katherine Ryan, Lou Sanders, Lucy Beaumont and Romesh Ranganathan.
Dave head of comedy Iain Coyle said: “I love this show, it's always warm, engaging and hilarious. Alan has such a gift for teasing brilliant stories and humour out of people, it always makes me want to be around the table with them.”
Image via UKTV.
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