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Series 20 - Episode 18
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Tom Hiddleston’s had an interesting 2017 so far. The Night Manager himself picked up a Golden Globe for best actor, but his speech wasn’t quite as popular as the le Carré drama. He returns to Graham Norton’s friendly sofa for a third time tonight, ahead of the release of Kong: Skull Island. Yes, they’re really making another King Kong movie, but surely if anyone can sell it it’s the man who gave British TV viewers the unforgettable “Hiddlesbum”. He’ll have tough competition for the spotlight, though. Ruth Wilson, Ricky Gervais and Daniel Radcliffe are along for the ride, too.
The host chats to The Night Manager and Thor star Tom Hiddleston, who is currently starring in new movie Kong: Skull Island. Actress Ruth Wilson discusses her role in the National Theatre's production of Hedda Gabler, while Ricky Gervais offers a few laughs and talks about his latest stand-up tour. Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire, co-stars of The Old Vic's Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, also appear and Tinie Tempah performs Text from Your Ex.
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