Graham Norton

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S4 E11: Graham Norton, broadcaster
This week, it’s Grace’s couch that gets the star treatment as Graham Norton comes round to chat all things Comfort Eating. We all know Graham from his work interviewing megastars on his chatshow, as well as his much loved radio show, but there’s lots to Graham you might not know about; from his time living in a San Francisco commune, to his big break in the upstairs room of a famous gastropub and, of course, the snacks he reaches for when he’s home alone, and sat on his own couch

Grace Dent, Jack Claramunt, Lucy Greenwell, Solomon King

10, Jan, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Strictly delights and Mrs Brown’s Boys divides: 100 years of the BBC, part nine
Amid the horrific ‘sexed up’ scandal, the corporation scores big hits with Strictly, Bake Off and The Thick of It, a foul-mouthed widow causes a crisis – and the Queen’s favourite show comes to light

Mark Lawson

06, Oct, 2022 @2:00 PM

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Forever Home by Graham Norton review – effortlessly readable
The fourth novel by the chatshow host is a darkly comic Irish domestic drama that has emotional depth but is undemanding

Ben East

11, Sep, 2022 @2:00 PM

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Kristen Stewart’s gay ghost hunt is the spookiest of Pride tie-ins | Rebecca Nicholson
Actor promises a paranormal romp in a queer space, whatever that might mean

Rebecca Nicholson

11, Jun, 2022 @4:00 PM

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The week in TV: Top Boy; Holding; WeCrashed; Ukraine: Should We Do More?
Ronan Bennett’s concrete western returns in style; there’s humour and pathos in an adaptation of Graham Norton’s novel; and a corporate downfall saga upends the American dream

Barbara Ellen

20, Mar, 2022 @9:30 AM

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Holding review – a charming adaptation of Graham Norton’s novel
Kathy Burke directs a take on the murder-mystery for ITV that has wit, warmth and compassion – even if it’s not particularly innovative

Lucy Mangan

14, Mar, 2022 @10:00 PM

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TV tonight: Graham Norton pens an unusually jolly and thoughtful crime story
The Cork police procedural boasts Kathy Burke in the director’s chair and stars of Father Ted and Derry Girls. Plus: new gameshows based on genealogy and, erm, not stepping on facts. Here’s what to watch this evening

Ali Catterall, Hollie Richardson, Jack Seale, Henry Wong

14, Mar, 2022 @6:00 AM

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TV tonight: Grantchester is back with another whodunnit to solve
Tom Brittney and Robson Green return as Will and Geordie, and are at loggerheads with the latter’s new boss. Plus: Mary Beard goes inside culture. Here’s what to watch this evening

Hollie Richardson, Graeme Virtue, Jack Seale, Alexi Duggins and Simon Wardell

11, Mar, 2022 @6:00 AM

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From Bill Clinton to Robert Peston: celebrity crime fiction on trial
After you’ve written your memoir, publishers these days want anyone famous to write crime novels. We put 10 of the most well-known in the dock

Mark Lawson

17, Dec, 2021 @11:14 AM

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TV tonight: a radical surf documentary from the man behind Fyre and Tiger King
The opening episode of a six-part series about Garrett McNamara. Plus: Young Rock features a flashforward to a 2032 presidential run. Here’s what to watch this evening

Hollie Richardson, Ali Catterall, Phil Harrison, Hannah J Davies and Simon Wardell

12, Nov, 2021 @6:00 AM

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TV tonight: Ted Danson swaps purgatory for city hall in Mr Mayor
Neil Bremner’s not a million miles from his demon in The Good Place, which is no bad thing. Plus: Mary Beard explores laughter. Here’s what to watch this evening

Phil Harrison, Ali Catterall, Graeme Virtue, Hannah J Davies and Paul Howlett

24, Sep, 2021 @5:01 AM

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The Guardian view on losing at Eurovision: the only way is up | Editorial
Editorial: There is a funny side to the UK getting nul points in the contest at the weekend. But there’s not much humour in being friendless

Editorial

24, May, 2021 @6:07 PM

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