Clearly she's there to promote her book. But from the few clips I've seen, the conversation is charming, funny and thoughtful. And host Norton, who is anything but a political specialist, presents himself well, though I certainly don't expect him to get deep into policy issues. What I'm most intrigued by is how this comes across to the British audiences. Given that Hillary Clinton was voted the Most Admired Woman in the World something like 21 years in a row, my guess is wonderfully -- while ratcheting up the bewilderment of "How on earth could Americans have not elected this woman and instead made Trump the president?????"
Two clips have been released, as far as I can tell. This first is Secretary Clinton talking about having to go to the Trump inauguration.
The other video deals with Trump tweeting and how she deals with it. There are some very amusing things discussed, but she also turns the conversation a bit more serious to put presidential tweeting in a larger perspective.
Again, The Graham Norton Show airs on this Saturday at 10 PM (on the West Coast, at least...) on BBC America.
Crank up your DVR...