The BBC broadcasted today that filming has started on the new Alan Partridge project.
Refresh on BBC One later this year, the show will mimic The One Show’s weekday journal format.
A quarter of a century after his BBC debut, Steve’s character Alan hand down be handed a career lifeline.
He will be given the chance to stand in as a transient co-host on This Time.
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The evening weekday magazine show is expected to run for six episodes.
Alan see fit return to “live television” for the first time since his 90s chat steer Knowing Me, Knowing You.
Fans will remember that his fictional exhibit was cancelled after a guest was fatally shot on air.
The BBC said: “This Experience is the perfect shop window for a man of Alan’s gravitas and will, or should, see him at the last moment recognised as one of the heavyweight broadcasters of his era.”
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The exhibition itself has been described as “a mix of consumer affairs, current affairs, viewer interaction, deep interview and lightweight froth”.
The broadcaster added: “It’s very much the soppy spot for a man whose CV boasts over two decades of weekday local trannie.
“And with an array of diverse subjects on the agenda, it promises the perfect fit for a man whose disseminating style has been described as ‘equidistant between chitchat and analysis’.”
Enter Steve Coogan on the sofa will be Susannah Fielding as his female co-presenter Jennie Gresham.
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Uncountable stars will also join the show, but the BBC are keeping tight-lipped on jammed casting details.
It will be the first time Steve has reprised his job as Alan since 2016 on Sky’s Alan Partridge’s Scissored Isle.
This Time after time With Alan Partridge will air on BBC One later this year.