Comedian Adam Buxton presents more madcap music videos unearthed from the internet along with the comments they've provoked from opinionated online communities.
The host is joined by Great British Bake Off presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, talking about their daytime chat show on ITV, veteran actress Diana Rigg, who plays Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones, and comedian Johnny Vegas, who returned to the popular sitcom Benidorm this year.
The host welcomes pop princess Kylie Minogue, Boyhood star Ethan Hawke, talking about his new film Good Kill, survival expert Bear Grylls, and sports presenter Clare Balding. There's also music by Brits Critics' Choice winner James Bay, following the success of his debut single Hold Back the River.
The host is joined by the nation's best-loved TV double act - I'm a Celebrity, Saturday Night Takeaway and Britain's Got Talent presenters Ant and Dec. Plus, Jonathan Creek star Alan Davies, talking about his comedy chat show As Yet Untitled, currently showing on Dave, and legendary Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn. Multiple-Grammy-winning musician Diana Krall is also in the studio for a chat and live performance.Watch Now:Amazon
Hollywood leading man Russell Crowe talks about directing and starring in The Water Diviner, Elizabeth Hurley discusses E! Entertainment's new drama The Royals, and Lily James (Downton Abbey's Lady Rose) reveals what it was like to play Cinderella in Disney's new film. Plus, funnyman David Mitchell and live music by legendary disco band Chic.
Star-studded chat show. Jonathan welcomes Keanu Reeves, Catherine Tate, Russell Brand and Olly Murs, who chats and performs live in the studio.
John Krasinski, the star of The American Office, joins Jonathan to talk about his role in Michael Bay's new action thriller 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. The host also welcomes actress and comedienne Catherine Tate, and Scottish stand-up star Kevin Bridges. Plus, drum-and-bass act Rudimental perform live in the studio.
Veteran actor Michael Caine visits the studio for his first British chat show appearance in nearly 10 years. Also joining Jonathan are Rambo and Rocky actor Sylvester Stallone, and Michael B Jordan, who is starring alongside Stallone in Rocky spin-off film Creed, which sees Sly's retired boxer serving as trainer and mentor to Jordan's character Adonis Johnson - the son of Rocky's late friend and rival Apollo Creed.
Comedian Adam Buxton celebrates the most brilliant, thought-provoking and downright weird music videos to be found online as his cult live show hits the screen.
The comedian introduces videos for tracks by Gotye, AKA Belgian-Australian multi-instrumentalist Walter De Backer, and Die Antwoord, whose film features the late DJ and artist Leon Botha. Adam also stars in an animated promo by the Layzell brothers for Tiny Tim's Living in the Sunlight, Loving in the Moonlight.
Jonathan welcomes more A-list stars to his fun-filled chat show. This week's guests are Hollywood star Lindsay Lohan, who is currently treading the boards in the West End revival of Speed-the-Plow, Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe, who chats about his latest projects, outspoken ex-England football captain Rio Ferdinand, who discusses his career and recently released autobiography, and the always entertaining, often controversial comedian and actor Russell Brand, who returns for a chinwag with his former comedy sparring partner. Music this week comes from Irish group The Script, who recently celebrated their third UK number one album.
The host is joined by actress Keira Knightley - starring in Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game and romantic comedy Say When - quick-witted Have I Got News for You team captain Paul Merton and Welsh rugby hero Gareth Thomas. Plus, Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood and music by electro-pop trio London Grammar.
The host is joined by outspoken Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, comedy actress Miranda Hart - star of Miranda and Call the Midwife - and actor Martin Freeman, who talks about the final film in the Hobbit trilogy, The Battle of the Five Armies. Former X Factor contestant Ella Henderson performs her latest single Yours, from her chart-topping debut album.
Michael McIntyre takes his comedy roadshow to the Sunderland Empire Theatre, where he introduces Simon Evans, Jimeoin and Imran Yusuf. Topping the bill is north-east England's Sarah Millican.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are David Walliams, Christian O'Connell, Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson.
Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow heads across the sea to the Olympia Theatre in Dublin, where Michael introduces Andrew Lawrence, Keith Farnan and Zoe Lyons, plus Irish favourite Tommy Tiernan.
Host Jimmy Carr along with team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by celebrity guests Gok Wan, Sarah Millican, Seann Walsh and Amy Childs to debate the hot topics of the week by examining surveys, opinion polls and statistics - from the silly to the serious, from celebrity gossip to world politics.
Kevin Bridges headlines at the Glasgow Theatre Royal, with stand-up performances from Daniel Sloss, Milton Jones and Craig Campbell.
Michael McIntyre returns to BBC One with a brand new family entertainment series for Saturday nights. Viewers are guaranteed big laughs, big stars and big surprises.
New team captain Jon Richardson joins Jimmy Carr and Sean Lock in the new series. With guests Alex Reid, Russell Kane, Rachel Riley (from Countdown) and comedian Josh Widdicombe.
The host is joined by former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos, opening up about a controversial year, actor and comedian James Corden, Mad Men's Jon Hamm, who stars in the Black Mirror Christmas special on Channel 4, and Celebrity Juice/Through the Keyhole funnyman Keith Lemon. Plus, music by singer-songwriter Paloma Faith.
Christian Slater, Johnny Vegas, Lauren Laverne and Rob Rouse join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey.
Tim Westwood, Lauren Laverne, David O'Doherty and Matthew Crosby join Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and Jon Richardson to debate the hot potatoes of the week by examining surveys, opinion polls and statistics; from the silly to the serious, from celebrity gossip to world politics.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Frankie Boyle, Alan Carr, Iain Lee and Rob Rouse.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Ed Byrne, Reginald D Hunter, Jade Goody and Paddy McGuinness.
The host is joined by QI funnyman and star of Jonathan Creek Alan Davies, whose latest stand-up DVD is released next month. Also dropping by are actor and comedian Russell Brand and impressionist Morgana Robinson, who is sure to demonstrate her famous impersonation of Brand. Plus, the newly reunited Bros, AKA twin brothers Matt and Luke Goss, talk about their one-off 30th anniversary show in London next year, and singer Rebecca Ferguson performs live.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Jayne Middlemiss, Johnny Vegas, Scott Capurro and Rob Rouse.
Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Jack Dee, Kelly Osbourne, Micky Flanagan and Jamelia who thrash out and debate the hot topical themes of the week by examining surveys, opinion polls and statistics; from the silly to the serious, from celebrity gossip to world politics.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Kate Garraway, Frankie Boyle, Vic Reeves and Alan Carr.
Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are joined by Charlie Brooker, Jedward, Lorraine Kelly and Micky Flanagan to thrash out the hot topical themes of the week.
Sally Phillips, Alan Carr, Meera Syal and Chris O'Dowd join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Simon Amstell, Sarah Beeney, Iain Lee and Ralph Little.
In the first show, Jonathan talks to Sarah Jessica Parker, who reveals all about her latest film and the rumours of Sex and the City's return, and to Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton, who opens up about life on and off the track. Plus multi-platinum-selling artist Adele chats about her meteoric rise to fame and performs her latest single live in the studio.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Scott Capurro, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Mel Giedroyc and Debra Stephenson.
Jonathan Ross returns for a brand new series featuring some of the biggest names from film, TV, sport, comedy and music. His guests today are the legendary Sir David Attenborough, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini in her first interview since getting married, fellow X Factor judge Mel B, and The 40-Year-Old Virgin star Steve Carell, whose latest role in drama Foxcatcher has him tipped for an Oscar nomination. Live music comes from chart-topping singer Paolo Nutini.
Alan Carr, Ulrika Jonsson, Jessica Stevenson and Carol Thatcher join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Les Dennis, Frankie Boyle and Chantelle Houghton join host Jimmy Carr and team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Lee Mack, Janet Street-Porter, Patrick McGuinness and Trisha Goddard.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Paul Kaye, Sue Perkins, June Sarpong and Peter Serafinowicz.
Jimmy Carr Hosts the quiz with team captains Sean Lock and Dave Spikey. Guests are Lee Mack, Claudia Winkleman, Alan Carr and Eamonn Holmes.
Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock and Jon Richardson re joned by guests: Bear Grylls, Patsy Kensit, Sarah Millican and Chris Ramsey, they thrash out the hot topics of the week by examining surveys, opinion polls and statistics; from the silly to the serious, from celebrity gossip to world politics.