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Bruce on The Graham Norton Show to promote Letter To You - BBC One - Friday 23rd of October


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2 hours ago, AMIW said:

Is radio 2 still free worldwide or did NDC stop them broadcasting to the colonies?

i can hear all the way down here

oh God save me

tears for fears 

i need a sick bag

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On 10/13/2020 at 1:48 AM, Daisey Jeep said:

I think this goes to show what Norton  does best.

Makes people i don't know interesting 

So of course it doesn't work with Bruce so well because we are alp huge fans

Its nice your freind thought Bruce was cool

I wonder if they sold more albums because of it ?

Because surley that's the point of it all

Did your friend buy one ?

No he never Daisy but he liked Blinded By The Light movie.

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For a mainstream show I thought this was actually ok. You go elsewhere for more proper in depth interviews (Rick Rubin and Zane Lowe). Any btw it was not Lily James from the Netflix Rebecca but Kristin Scott Thomas who was delightful on the show, as she normally is, bit like Bruce very down to earth, self deprecating but with a fund of great stories...

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I caught up with this on the IPlayer last night.

Bruce came across better than I had seen him previously, when on Graham Norton; last time Bob De Niro was on with him and neither came across well.

Last night, he was very relaxed, happy, personable and humble.
it was a nice segment, and it was a decent clip of Ghosts that was played: it showed the band off well.

Mathew Mcconnachie ? Was good as well.

i didn’t take to him until True detective (with Woody Harelson).

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9 hours ago, Stranger in town said:

I caught up with this on the IPlayer last night.

Bruce came across better than I had seen him previously, when on Graham Norton; last time Bob De Niro was on with him and neither came across well.

Last night, he was very relaxed, happy, personable and humble.
it was a nice segment, and it was a decent clip of Ghosts that was played: it showed the band off well.

Mathew Mcconnachie ? Was good as well.

i didn’t take to him until True detective (with Woody Harelson).

This sounds very promising so i look forward to it

I suspect once i finally see it, it will take longer to find this thread than the time Bruce is on screen 

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