James Corden takes on his critics
James Corden has admitted that some of the work he produced after the success of Gavin and Stacey "wasn't good enough".
Speaking to Mark Lawson on BBC Radio 4's Front Row programme, he admitted that some of the criticism he received over hosting the Brit Awards, the film Lesbian Vampire Killers and his sketch show Horne & Corden, was justified.
Listen to the full interview on tonight's Front Row
29 Sep 2011
- From the section Entertainment & Arts