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Depression and Attempted Suicide in Adolescents

It aims to provide the practitioner with a description of depression, an explanation of factors that contribute to mood disorders and guidance on their assessment and treatment in adolescence. In addition, it aims to provide a framework for the assessment and management of adolescence that have threatened or attempted suicide.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9781405172134

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Alan Carr

Infobox Comedian
name = Alan Carr


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birth_place = Weymouth, England
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medium = Radio, stand-up, television
nationality = British
active = 2001–present
genre = Observational comedy
subject = Everyday life, innuendo
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notable_work = "The Sunday Night Project" ""'Alan Carr's Celebrity Ding Dong


website = http://www.alancarr.net/
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2007

Alan Carr (born 14 June 1976) is a TV presenter and stand-up comedian noted for his camp demeanour and innuendo-based humour.

Personal Life

Carr was born in Weymouth and grew up in Northampton. His father was manager of Northampton Town Football Club. He also has a brother.

Television

He is currently presenting "The Sunday Night Project", which he co-presents alongside Justin Lee Collins and a weekly guest host.

Carr makes regular guest appearances on game shows and panel shows. These include "FAQ U", "8 Out of 10 Cats", "Countdown"'s dictionary corner and "Never Mind The Buzzcocks".

He also featured as a panellist on Channel 4's " Big Fat Anniversary Quiz", which celebrated the channel's 25th anniversary.citation |title=The Big Fat Anniversary Quiz |url=http://library.digiguide.com/lib/uk-tv-highlight/The+Big+Fat+Anniversary+Quiz-1693 |date=2 November 2007 |periodical=DigiGuide |accessdate=2008-01-31 ] , and has been interviewed as a guest in various shows including "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" and "Tubridy Tonight" with Ryan Tubridy.cite web |url=http://www.alancarr.net/biography.html |title=Biography |title = AlanCarr.net |accessdate=2008-01-31 ]

In 2008 Carr fronted his own TV gameshow, "Alan Carr's Celebrity Ding Dong". The show included guests such as Davina McCall, Louis Walsh and Chris Moyles, and premiered on Channel 4 on 1 February 2008.citation |title=I couldn't be cool if I tried |url=http://arts.guardian.co.uk/theatre/comedy/story/0,,2213877,00.html |date=20 November 2007 |periodical=The Guardian |accessdate=2008-01-31 ] cite web |url=http://www.channel4.com/microsites/T/takepart/alancarr.html |title=TakePart! |accessdate=2008-01-31 ] A second series is due to begin in October 2008

Carr recalled his days growing up in Northampton when interviewed for the BBC 2 series "The Comedy Map of Britain".

He appeared in episode one of series 11 of Top Gear on BBC 2, with Justin Lee Collins, in the Reasonably Priced Car. [cite web|url=http://www.onthebox.com/program/2559135/top-gear.aspx|title=Top Gear|publisher=On The Box|accessdate=2008-06-26]

Carr has reportedly landed a £3m chat show deal with Channel 4. [ [http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/a125900/alan-carr-lands-c4-chat-show-deal.html Alan Carr 'lands C4 chat show deal'] ]

Radio

Carr made his radio presenting debut on BBC Radio 2. He presented a show, as part of Radio 2's Festive Highlights, called "Alan Carr's Christmas Box". It was broadcast on Christmas Day and featured seasonal music and guests.citation |title=Alan Carr's Christmas Box |url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/musicclub/event_alancarr.shtml |periodical=BBC Radio 2 |accessdate=2007-02-01 ] . He also filled in on BBC 6Music on 16 February and 14 June 2008 for Adam and Joe and co-presented The Russell Brand Show on 4 October 2008.

Performance

Carr performs stand-up regularly, on tour and on television. He has been featured in three Edinburgh shows and in 2007 he toured throughout the UK, which was followed by a DVD entitled "Tooth Fairy Live". Carr had his own monthly show in a Manchester comedy club and he has toured nationwide, supporting other acts.citation |url=http://www.hahaheehee.com/comedians/alan_carr.html |title=Alan Carr |accessdate=2008-01-31 |periodical=The Comedy Club, Ltd. ] He has performed at the Apollo Theatre in London, which was televised for the BBC1 series 'Live At The Apollo', and has been featured in the Royal Variety Performance.

Carr has appeared and performed at many festivals, including the Reading and Leeds Festivals, Latitude Festival, the Kilkenny Festival and Live Earth, where he welcomed musical acts David Gray and Damien Rice on stage. He has performed stand-up internationally, including an appearance at the Montreal 'Just For Laughs' festival.

elected works

TV appearances

* "Big Fat Anniversary Quiz" - 2007
* "8 Out Of 10 Cats" - 2007
* "Never Mind The Buzzcocks" - 2007, 2008
* "Live at the Apollo" - 2007
* "The Paul O'Grady Show" - 2007, 2008
* "Friday Night With Jonathan Ross" - 2008
* "GMTV" - 2007, 2008
* "Later With Jools Holland" - 2008
* "T4" - 2008
* "Pride of Britain Awards" - 2008

DVD releases

*"Tooth Fairy" (2007)
*"The Friday Night Project Unleashed" (2007)
*"Alan Carr: Now That's What I Call A Ding Dong" (2008)

Awards

*2001 The BBC Best New Stand Up
*2006 Best In Show — Sheffield Comedy Festival
*2006 The Golden Rose of Montreaux for Best Entertainment Show for The Friday Night Project
*2006 LAFTA's Funniest Double Act (with Justin Lee Collins)
*2006 LAFTA's Funniest Entertainment Show for The Friday Night Project 2005
*2007 British Comedy Award for Best Live Stand Up
*2007 Cosmopolitan Celebrity Men Of The Year (with Justin Lee Collins)
*2007 LAFTA's Funniest Double Act (with Justin Lee Collins)

Book

In 2008, Alan Carr released an autobiography, "Look Who It Is!" published by HarperCollins Publishers.

References

External links

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* [http://www.alancarr.net/ Official site]
* [http://www.offthekerb.co.uk/ Official Management Site]
* [http://www.targetbreastcancer.org.uk Official UK site for "Fashion Targets Breast Cancer"]
* [http://www.alancarronline.co.uk/ Alan Carr Fan site]

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