Denzel Washington offers to do a special ‘Training Day’ performance | The Graham Norton Show – BBC

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Josh Widdicombe tells Denzel Washington that has never heard the first 30 minutes of ‘Training Day’. Will tonight be his lucky day?

Graham kicks off the new year with a sparkling line-up of guests, including the star of The Hobbit and The Office, Martin Freeman, in new BBC police drama The Responder, double-Oscar-winning Hollywood great Denzel Washington, in Joel Coen’s film The Tragedy of Macbeth, top comic Josh Widdicombe and Nina Sosanya, starring in new prison drama Screw. With music from James Morrison, performing his new single Don’t Mess With Love.

The Graham Norton Show | Series 29 Episode 13 | BBC

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