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Graham Norton describes how he revisited the place he was once stabbed and left for dead in London

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  1. Graham is 50. and he actually spoke about this on his Radio 2 show yesterday so have you just re hashed an old story here?

    1. Not everyone listens to Radio 2 as a matter of course.
      However, thanks for the info; it may be possible to catch it on i-player.

  2. Helge Vladimir Tiller 27 Oct 2013, 12:23pm

    Graham Norton is a Diamond ! Love his shows. Be proud of him, G. B. He is unique-
    ( Norway )

  3. soapbubblequeen 27 Oct 2013, 3:31pm

    I never realized that this had happened to him – how terrifying for him. I have always liked Graham Norton, much more than Alan Carr, who I find just simply irritating and fake. Obviously GN was rather silly to say that Ann Widdecombe was a gay icon. Clearly she isn’t! But I’m sure we can forgive him.

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