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In an interview with the Radio Times, Graham Norton says he has always toned down his bawdy humor for his BBC chat show and adds there are certain topics that he avoids. “Audiences don’t find Amy Winehouse funny anymore ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on March 13th, 2009
Even though she’s had her name pilfered by some dried-up Black Eyed Peas trollop, Sarah Ferguson remains the true Duchess. Don’t miss tomorrow night’s season premiere of Graham Norton, where she’ll match wits ...
Actress Jessica Biel and the animated corpse formerly known as Mickey Rourke recently appeared on The Graham Norton Show. That episode, which has aired in the UK, has been pushed back to January here in the States to follow the American ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 24th, 2008
Could we Yanks be getting our own Timelord? The Stage‘s Mark Wright speculates on why Jane Tranter, the BBC controller of fiction, has headed out to L.A.
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By Kevin Wicks | Posted on March 21st, 2008
Anglophenia gets intimate with Britain’s most irreverent chat show host. Coming soon!
Graham Norton has done an interview with The Observer‘s Barbara Ellen. Graham on his wit: “Occasionally I’ll say something and think: That was quite clever. But not very often.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on February 21st, 2007
My friend Mia IM’d me this morning, simply asking, How the hell is she gonna do the Paso Doble? We’ll certainly see, my friend, because it is confirmed: Heather Mills McCartney will hoof it in the next season of Dancing ...