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The chattiest and best talk show on television returns with some good solid Hollywood-gold guests, Sir Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman.
The pair will be on the red sofa to talk about their new comedy caper movie Going in Style, about three old geezers (Alan Arkin is also in the cast) who rob a bank after losing all of their pension money in a financial crash. They plan to give some of the proceeds to charity, too, so it’s not at all morally dubious.
Also in the studio are Jack Whitehall and Gemma Whelan, currently appearing in BBC1’s adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s Decline and Fall (see facing page). Music is supplied by Take That.
Just a month following the end of his last run, the diminutive Irishman returns with a brand now run of 13 shows. Here, Graham catches up with Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman, stars of new heist comedy Going in Style. Plus, comedian Jack Whitehall and Game of Thrones actress Gemma Whelan talk about their roles in BBC One's Evelyn Waugh adaptation, Decline and Fall. The nation's favourite man band Take That feature, while Graham also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good.
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