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The Graham Norton Show
E12 of 20
Series 12 - Episode 12
Best of Graham Norton 2014
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This edition's star guest is director Quentin Tarantino, never knowingly short of a tirade or two. The plaudits have been flooding in for his latest film, Django Unchained, a spaghetti-western-style revenge thriller. But in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut shootings, the director has also been on the defensive once again about film violence. If Graham asks about that, expect fireworks.
Graham's guests include Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino, who will no doubt be talking about his film Django Unchained, a bounty hunter thriller starring Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio. He is joined by X-Men actor James McAvoy and comedian and QI regular Alan Davies, with Emeli Sande providing the music.
Full Episode Guide
ITV entertainment boss thinks the BBC has got its top talent on the “cheap”
More than £2.2m for Chris Evans? £1.75m for Gary Lineker? That's quite low says ITV executive Siobhan Greene
Could the publication of BBC presenter salaries reveal a gender pay gap?
Spider-Man star Tom Holland found out he'd got the role via the Marvel website: "I thought they would call me at least!"
Peter Capaldi to appear on the Graham Norton Show to discuss his decision to leave Doctor Who
Proof that Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are the best chat show guests
Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor say they both regret their ten-year falling out
Graham Norton tells Piers Morgan to "grow a pair" following Ewan McGregor row
Graham Norton wins Special Recognition prize at National Television Awards
Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway wins Best Entertainment Programme at the National Television Awards
Graham Norton’s Big Red Chair: tales from the piece of soft furnishing that “changed lives”
Martin Freeman says his Love Actually sex scenes were "never meant to be sexy"
Dame Helen Mirren delivers the alternative Christmas message we all need this year