) Norton pipped chat show legend Michael Parkinson to the top spot, pushing Jonathan Ross into third.
Chatty Man’s Alan Carr and national treasure, Sir Terry Wogan made up the rest of the top 5.
Willoughby came in 9th, she was the highest ranked female on the list.
follows law student Christine (Riley Keough) as she willingly became a high-end escort.
I can’t say that I enjoyed watching this show, exactly, but I did find it fascinating. She has chosen her profession and enjoys it: the money, the control, and yes, the sex. The result is a show that is arousing The second season of the British import got a little darker than the first: Sharon and Rob, now married with children, have less time and more cruelty for each other than they did during the first season, when they were falling in love.
Since going for my session, I got a man's number at a party and have been feeling far more confident about my dating skills. How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
As the internet plays an ever greater part in our social lives, with sites such as Facebook helping us to keep in touch with our friends, it's inevitable that we also use it to help us run our love lives as well.
After a bad internet dating experience, I decided to visit the London School of Attraction for some tips.
My big take-away from it was that women need to approach to men and not just wait to be discovered. Use humour, but don’t tease men in a cruel way, it really does damage their egos; better to be self-deprecating. Don’t overthink, analyse or assign meanings to things men say. Don’t go out looking for ‘a relationship’: look for a nice man for friendship and the rest will follow.If you're new to town, it's a great way to meet people who could give you the scoop on where to go for the best burger and shake.This isn't unlike the aesthetic of the band's debut, self-titled album.Before the group performed last weekend at the Park Church Co-Op in Brooklyn, I sat down and chatted with Gonzalez about the new album, the songwriting process, and what the band is most looking forward to going to when they hit the road for tour.You guys just released your debut, full-length album. We got into a small room in Bushwick in the dead of winter and just did three nights in a row. And when you first recorded your EP in Texas, it was just you, but now…Yeah, the members have changed.How do you think the sound has changed for you and some of the songwriting has changed because now you have all of these people? I feel like I kind of found more of an identity on that first EP than I had before, and so I really kind of just wanted to follow that through and just refine that, so I think I got the general idea of what I was doing there, and now it's like going in slightly different directions with it. How did it feel putting them in this bigger body of work all together? That was what I was worried about because honestly, when I think of records, it's hard for me to think of records that are just flawless the whole way through, which is what we were aiming to get, that this would be like a perfect record. And also, we wanted the songs to be single-y, too, like bands where I love their singles, like The Smiths. But I think we got a cohesive thing and the songs do feel like singles at the same time. Do you think your feelings toward them, or the way you listen and view these songs, changes now, knowing that they're part of an album?