GRANTCHESTER (ITV, Wednesday, 9pm) JAMES Norton's projects are like buses - you wait ages for one to turn up and then three arrive more or less at the same time.
He's just been seen as Prince Andrei in the BBC's War & Peace and is currently playing villainous Tommy Lee Royce in Happy Valley. Now he's back as sleuthing vicar Sidney Chambers, right.
James has become a heart-throb since the first series aired, but has not let the attention go to his head. He grins: "I have a great family who keep my feet very firmly on the ground. I was with my Great Aunt Grania recently and she looked at me in a slightly quizzical way and she said, 'I can't understand how you look so good on the telly because you're perfectly normal in real life.' It was really funny. I was like, 'thanks!'"
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|Publication:||Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Feb 28, 2016|
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