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Series 4 - Episode 18
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Prior to the release of director JJ Abrams’s massive, CGI-laden blockbuster Star Trek into Darkness (featuring our own Benedict Cumberbatch as its baddie), Mr Spock himself, Zachary Quinto, and his co-star Zoe Saldana, who plays Uhura, will doubtless be warmly welcomed in the Ross studio.
Quinto is probably best known to television audiences as the wicked Sylar in Heroes, and latterly as a doctor in the brilliantly odd American Horror Story. Also on the show are magicians from The Illusionists stage show, and music comes from Mr Radiohead himself, Thom Yorke.
The host is joined by Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana, who discuss their roles in sci-fi sequel Star Trek Into Darkness. Also in the studio are daytime talk-show presenter Jeremy Kyle, comedian Russell Howard and Radiohead's Thom Yorke, who provides the live music.
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