Alan gets a chance to put his new programme ideas to BBC Chief Commissioning Editor Tony Hayers.
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Alan has one final meeting with the BBC to see if he can return to television.
Alan, without a second series and just days away from bankruptcy, has fallen in love.
Alan insults Norfolk's farmers on his radio show and fronts a promotional boating video.
Since Alan is the only guest at the Linton Travel Tavern, it is closed for refurbishment.
Alan puts on a Sunday afternoon version of his show for some Irish TV executives.
Dramatic developments at the BBC give Alan a whiff of hope.