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Series 3 - Episode 13
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Emmy winner Damian Lewis, the English actor with the most successful American accent since Hugh Laurie in House, is on the Ross sofa. Lewis is in demand after the role that lifted him to stardom, terrorist-in-the-making Nicholas Brody in Homeland. Maybe he can be tempted to demonstrate some Gangnam Style with fellow guest, South Korean rapper Psy, whose much parodied tune and silly dance have swept the globe.
Emmy-winning actor Damian Lewis talks to the host about his starring role in American drama Homeland alongside Claire Danes, and classical singer Katherine Jenkins talks about her life and career. DJ Danny Baker is also in the studio and there's chat and music from South Korean internet sensation Psy, who performs his global hit single Gangnam Style. Last in the series.
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