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Michael Fassbender/Kate Winslet 

There is a Scandanavian feel to the show as Giles Coren and guests discuss Scandi-Noir. Two new films set in snowy climes are previewed and live music comes from Susanne Sundfør.


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Episode credited cast:
Giles Coren ... Himself - Presenter
James Graham James Graham ... Himself - Interviewed Guest
Rachel Johnson Rachel Johnson ... Herself - Guest, Writer and broadcaster
John O'Farrell John O'Farrell ... Himself - Guest, Author, 'Things Can Only Get Worse?'
Kirsty Lang Kirsty Lang ... Herself - Interviewer
Michael Fassbender ... Himself
Samira Ahmed Samira Ahmed ... Herself - Interviewer
Kate Winslet ... Herself
Susanne Sundfør Susanne Sundfør ... Herself (as Susanne Sundfor)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Blair ... Himself (archive footage)
Neil Kinnock Neil Kinnock ... Himself (archive footage)


Giles Coren returns to the presenting chair for a Scandinavian tinged edition of the arts and culture review show. Giles is joined in the studio by guests, writer and broadcaster Rachel Johnson and comedy writer John O'Farrell. They will be discussing political satire, Rachel's brother Boris Johnson and two political satires from James Graham which are running in London theatres. Graham is interviewed about the plays, his work in film and television and politics in general. Kirsty Lang interviews Michael Fassbender about his starring role in the film adaptation of Jo Nesbø's novel The Snowman and his acting career from Band of Brothers to 12 Years A Slave. Samira Ahmed then interviews Kate Winslet about her role in another new film set in snowy climes, the romance-disaster film The Mountain Between Us. Back in the studio Giles, Rachel and John review Channel 4's Danish crime drama Norskov and ask if the British public have had their fill of the Scandi-Noir genre. Norwegian songstress ... Written by Mark_a_Wood <>

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14 October 2017 (UK) See more »

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