The question of “Who’s the Brit on the Couch” on The Graham Norton Show may be partly superfluous this week, given that there isn’t a single guest in this week’s episode who isn’t British.
British actor Richard Ayoade may be preaching to the Anglophile choir when reflecting on his decision to take part in the 2006 U.S. remake of The It Crowd.
Each week, The Graham Norton Show hosts a variety of guests, from Hollywood’s biggest A-listers to British stars who might be more of a household name in the U.K. than they are anywhere else.
The famed red couch on The Graham Norton Show may be one of the most star-studded pieces of furniture in history. While most talk shows invite one or two guests at a time for a chat, Graham Norton goes the extra mile and calls in …
If you ever find yourself in a Hollywood pitch meeting, you have less than 30 seconds to make an impression. Hugh Grant’s character in The Rewrite is missing the mark.
It is now almost a rite of passage for Doctor Who cast members to check in with Graham Norton, with everyone from the Doctors themselves to their companions swinging by for a chat with the beloved talk show host.
Yesterday, Andrew Garfield arrived in London to promote his new movie The Amazing Spider-Man 2. As you’d expect, there were a ton of interviews to conduct, flesh to press, autographs to hand out, but he also managed to find time …
Nominations are in for this year’s BAFTA TV Awards, which will be held on Sunday 18 May, and as you’d expect, they make a compelling case for the current strength of British television.
You’ve watched them, shared them, and probably GIF’d them all, but in case you missed some of the best celebrity moments of the year, or just want to watch them again and again, here’s a comprehensive list of our …
The phrase “herding cats” is commonly used to describe endeavors in which leaders or managers try to organize or coordinate individuals (like felines) who are inherently unable to be coerced into any sort of group activity.