Yes, that time is drawing near. The inimitable Alan Titchmarsh has decided to say good bye to his daytime TV show after 8 years and 15 series, but fear not – there’s still two weeks of fun, frolics and fascinating facts with our favourite presenter on ITV weekdays from 3pm.
Next week has the usual great guests and interesting experts but the AT Show concludes the following week with some real Icons of Entertainment specially invited into the studio to join Alan as he heads towards his grand finale. Alan also looks back at some of the most memorable moments in his eight years of presenting the show.
Monday 10th Nov: Donny Osmond will be our special guest along with the actress and author Sheila Hancock while Alan’s old friend and chef the outrageous Rosemary Schrager joins to create the last recipe of the series. Naturally we’ll be getting Donny to sing for you!
Tuesday 11th Nov: Alan talks to the King of Comedy John Cleese about dead parrots, expensive wives and what makes people laugh. Singing star Lulu also joins and florist to the stars and the royals create a floral flourish for Autumn.
Wednesday 12th Nov: It’s a special “Terry & June” show with the legendary Sir Terry Wogan in the studio along with the Absolutely Fabulous actress June Whitfield. Dr Phil Hammond puts Alan to the test in his own unique and entertaining health examination.
Thursday 13th Nov: One of the nation’s favourite entertainers Michael Ball will be in the host seat and to deliver a song from his new album. Adventurer Ben Fogle gets more than he bargains for when he is put head to head in a series of challenges with Alan.
Friday November 14th 2014 ***MARK THIS DATE IN YOUR DIARY*** It will be Alan’s very last episode of The Alan Titchmarsh Show and he’s got a very special surprise up his sleeve for his grand finale. Alan has promised to sing a song from a classic West End musical just for his fans and viewers – it will be a TV first!
Also joining him with more surprises are the legendary chat show host Des O Connor and the amazing voice of Katherine Jenkins.
DON’T MISS THE PARTY 3pm Weekdays ITV!