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Series 4 - Episode 1
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American actor Jeremy Piven will be on the Ross couch to talk about his role in the new ITV1 drama Mr Selfridge. Piven will probably also talk about the role that made him famous and multi-award-winning, that of obnoxious actors’ agent Ari Gold in the US comedy Entourage. David Tennant drops by to discuss his forthcoming ITV drama Broadchurch. And RT’s Sarah Millican provides the laughs.
New series. The host returns with his light-hearted chat show, featuring comedy, music and celebrity interviews. Entourage star Jeremy Piven talks about his new ITV1 drama Mr Selfridge, former Doctor Who David Tennant discusses his life and current projects, including his role in Spies of Warsaw on BBC Four, and comedienne Sarah Millican is also in the studio.
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