Graham Nortons show is one I usually sit down to watch over the weekend. He has a constant supply of interesting celebrities on his shows, although the American ones often look slightly puzzled as they fail to get the joke or understand the humour.
It was a cracking little read this book, and I think as a comedian he bought a great amount of balance to this memoir. It was funny without being silly and I like that he broke up the book into a series of stories on a subject, talking about his dogs, Ireland, work and his sex life.
Entertaining and funny and it gave me a big long smile reading it. 4/5