The image of Steve Coogan is twinned with the image of Alan Partridge, who really should not be a British sex symbol, and yet...
Ahead of the release of his latest directorial feature, we talked to Armando Iannucci about Harvey Weinstein, Brexit, and Stalin.
In a career spanning more than 25 years, Alan Partridge has become a towering figure in British comedy. And while he has largely abandoned his roots as a sports reporter, Alan has remained true to his first love: Formula 1.
I'd rather watch a pigeon pooping into a dude's mouth for seven seconds than an episode of "The Office."
The internet wasn't just made for pretty pictures of food. Some people eat burnt pizzas and microwaved beans from a mug, and the success of the dimlylitmealsforone Tumblr proves that these people deserve a platform to share their meals, even if it is...
British comic icon Steve Coogan broke out in America with his dramatic turn in the Oscar-nominated Philomena, but in England, he will always be associated with Alan Partridge—the bumbling, arrogant radio host that first brought him to prominence.
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