When it comes to late-night television, celebrity guests tend to let loose a bit, have a laugh and indulge in a bit of monkey business. And those saucy Brits do not disappoint.
In this week’s Tellyvangelist — your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S.
Graham Norton has his hands full these days, with his hosting duties on BBC Radio 2, the Eurovision Song Contest, and his own BBC America chat and comedy hour, The Graham Norton Show.
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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 …
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 …
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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