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The Best of Alan Partridge

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Nope, you are not dreaming. Alan Partridge is back, and he’s funnier than ever. Dusting the cobwebs off the legendary DJ for a series of shorts on fostersfunny.co.uk, Steve Coogan is joined by fellow comics Julia Davis, Mathew Horne, Mackenzie Crook and Johnny Vegas.

In case you need a reminder of his utter genius that is Alan Partridge, we’ve put together a cheeky selection of his funniest moments to date.

Follow us on Twitter @ShortListMag for constant updates on all things Partridge.

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