The Alan Titchmarsh Show
Alan returns with his daily chat show that celebrates the very best of British. Featuring celebrity guests, unsung heroes, and discussions on the hot topics of the day.
After eight years and 15 series, Alan bids farewell to his show. Amid the tears and laughter will be guests Des O'Connor, a performance from Katherine Jenkins, and some surprise guests.
It is Alan's penultimate show and the party kicks off in style with one of Britain's best-loved entertainers, Michael Ball and adventurer Ben Fogle challenges Alan to a test of survival.
It is Alan's very own Terry and June show this afternoon! Sir Terry Wogan joins beloved actress June Whitfield to reminisce over Alan's years on the show and join in a unique game show with a twist.
To celebrate Alan's final week on the show, the incomparable John Cleese talks about the power of comedy and Alan looks back at eight years of entertaining guests.
Alan kicks off the final week of this series with singing icon Donny Osmond, old friend Rosemary Shrager cooks up an emotional storm in the kitchen and Sheila Hancock talks about her very first novel.
West End star Ruthie Henshall and Only Fools and Horses star John Challis join Alan Titchmarsh for a chat, and Alan also celebrates the classic game show What's My Line.
Aled Jones and rugby player Gareth Thomas join Alan, while Kate Williams reveals more historical facts and figures.
Actress Rula Lenska joins Alan Titchmarsh for some afternoon chat, and award-winning conductor Andre Rieu brings his orchestra along for a performance.
Singer and actor Alfie Boe, war correspondent Kate Adie and DJ Mike Read join Alan Titchmarsh today for some afternoon chat, as well as another battle between the sexes.
Comedian Al Murray and Scottish actor John Gordon Sinclair join Alan Titchmarsh for some afternoon chat while the Perfect Puds club celebrates the marshmallow.
The Royle Family's Sue Johnston joins Alan Titchmarsh to talk about her new role in Downton Abbey, and comedian Omid Djalili pops in for a chat.
Afternoon chat with Alan Titchmarsh. Hairdresser to the stars Richard Ward demonstrates how going grey can be stylish, and historian Kate Williams delves into the gruesome side of history.
Anne Reid talks about Last Tango in Halifax and Our Zoo, Dr Phil Hammond delivers some sound medical advice, and Bake Off winner Edd Kimber challenges a viewer to bake the best cake.
Inspirational burns survivor Katie Piper joins to talk about body image, scientist Dr Emily Grossman explains the latest science headlines and another lively challenge in the Battle of the Sexes!