You may have noticed a clear lack of voice over the airwaves over the past year. That's because Steve Coogan's legendary Alan Partridge has been in Saudi Arabia for the past 12 months. But as his time abroad comes to an end, Partridge returns to England, where he is a … A new BBC show Documented.
A six-part series with Alan Partridge titled And Did Tathos Feed… follows Partridge as he tries to reintegrate in Britain. This makes Partridge a champion of middle-aged mental health while also tackling other issues “Personal life, work life, the importance of nature, relationships, hobbies, the sixth topic, because he is a real journalist, not just a sausage machine that churns out content.”
Partridge said of his return: “Saudi Arabia has huge reserves of oil and natural gas, but has also experienced economic growth in other sectors such as agricultural production, retail, construction and transportation. It allocates about $69 billion every year to military spending. But despite all this, I still felt somehow incomplete.”
The series can be seen on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the UK, although an exact release date is yet to be confirmed.
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