Each week celebrity guests join Graham Norton to discuss what's being going on around the world that week. The guests poke fun and share their opinions on the main news stories that have happened. Graham is often joined by a band or artist to play the show out with.
Graham is joined by Hollywood hell-raiser Johnny Knoxville to talk about Jackass 3D; veteran comedienne Joan Rivers, who talks about having a year of her life documented in the award-winning Joan Rivers: a Piece of Work; and everyone's favourite 'Nan', actress Catherine Tate. Plus the Pet Shop Boys chat and perform one of their greatest hits.
On Graham's sofa: screen legend Robert De Niro, making a rare talk show appearance; Hollywood actress Michelle Pfeiffer; Ab Fab star Jennifer Saunders; and the one and only Cher, who also performs I Hope You Find It.
Together on Graham's sofa are Sherlock Holmes star Jude Law, Ted and Family Guy actress Mila Kunis, and the legendary Dame Judi Dench. With music from Olly Murs.
On Graham's sofa: pop legend Sir Elton John, chatting and performing Voyeur; actress Dame Judi Dench, starring in Philomena; journalist and presenter Jeremy Paxman; and comedian John Bishop.Watch Now:Amazon
Graham meets Hollywood superstar Cher and actress and comedian Dawn French, while the Script perform their new single, Nothing.
Tonight, Graham is joined by a British comedy institution, two American singing stars and a controversial cricketer - ensuring there'll be plenty to chat about as they squeeze up on the sofa. Top of the bill is funnyman John Cleese, talking about his memoir So, Anyway - although when there's a Python in the line-up, the conversation could go off in any direction. Joining him are actress and singer Taylor Swift, who has become hot property on the country pop scene, and former England batsman Kevin Pietersen, who has written about his life in KP: The Autobiography. Providing the music is veteran singer-songwriter Neil Diamond, with a taste of his new album, Melody Road.
The host returns with more light-hearted chat, talking to Hollywood star Harrison Ford about his new sci-fi adventure Ender's Game, and Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch, currently appearing as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in The Fifth Estate. Comedian and actor Jack Whitehall is also on the sofa, and there'll be music and chat from James Blunt, who performs new single Bonfire Heart from his forthcoming album Moon Landing.
The guests on Graham's sofa: Hollywood stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, talking about their new movie "Dumb and Dumber To", actor Jude Law, starring in adventure thriller "Black Sea", and actress Tamsin Greig, on stage in "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown". Music comes from Nicole Scherzinger, who performs "Run".
Graham is joined by Oscar-winners Dustin Hoffman and Dame Judi Dench - who have paired up for the BBC's Roald Dahl adaptation Esio Trot. He also makes friends with Hollywood superstar Jennifer Aniston and Arrested Development actor Jason Bateman, who are co-starring in Horrible Bosses 2, the sequel to the 2011 comedy. Olly Murs performs his latest single, Wrapped Up.
The award-winning host continues his anarchic talk show. Together on Graham's sofa: 'Heroes' star Hayden Panettiere, talking about new show 'Nashville'; ex-'Downton Abbey' star Dan Stevens; top comedian Micky Flanagan; and Robin Thicke featuring Pharrell, performing the song of the summer 'Blurred Lines'.
Patrick Stewart confirms Logan will be his last X-Men movie, Ian McKellen admits once giving Patrick duff career advice, Hugh Jackman says he won't miss Wolverine and James Blunt performs live in the studio.
Graham is joined by Hollywood heart-throb Colin Farrell, in his first visit to Graham's sofa; actor Daniel Radcliffe, talking about his new movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and about life after Harry; top Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert; and R&B star Rihanna, chatting and singing her new single Only Girl (In the World).
Graham talks about this weeks gossip with Lord Of The Rings star Orlando Bloom and 2 time Oscar nominated film actress Samantha Morton.
The award-winning host returns with his anarchic talk show. Expect the unexpected as top celebrity guests join in the fun with Graham and his irrepressible audience. Among Graham's guests are Toni Collette, star of Muriel's Wedding and The Sixth Sense; TV's favourite call-girl, Billie Piper; and chart-topping band Scouting For Girls.
On Graham's sofa: the legendary Sir Paul McCartney, chatting and performing from his album New; star of Thor 2, heart-throb Chris Hemsworth; Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman; pop diva Katy Perry; and comedy star James Corden.Watch Now:Amazon
Joining Graham on the sofa is Dame Maggie Smith, making her first British chat show appearance in 42 years, starring in new film The Lady in the Van with Alex Jennings, who joins her on the sofa, along with four-times Oscar-nominated Bradley Cooper and British star Sienna Miller, co-starring in new chef movie Burnt, and fashion icon and supermodel Cindy Crawford. Plus chat and music from Justin Bieber, who performs the chart-topping single What Do You Mean?
Graham's guests are Meryl Streep, starring in the Sondheim musical film Into the Woods, James McAvoy, treading the boards in The Ruling Class and Hulk star Mark Ruffalo, starring in Foxcatcher. Plus, music from Hozier.
Graham chats to Oscar winner Julianne Moore, starring in film drama Freeheld, Australian comedian and actress Rebel Wilson, appearing in How to be Single and entertainment superstars Ant and Dec. With music from Little Mix, who perform Secret Love Song.
Graham is joined by Amanda Holden, Jack Dee and Michael Buble.
Graham's packed sofa of stars features Hollywood father and son Will Smith and Jaden Smith, appearing together in After Earth; screen great Michael Douglas, playing Liberace in Behind the Candelabra; Oscar-nominated Bradley Cooper and Heather Graham, starring in The Hangover Part III; and music from Selena Gomez.
Together on Graham's first sofa of the new series are Hollywood star Matt Damon and Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain, starring in new blockbuster The Martian, and comic, musician and actor Bill Bailey. With music from The Weeknd, performing the summer hit Can't Feel My Face.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Matt LeBlanc, one of the new hosts of the revamped Top Gear, Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, promoting her new movie Me Before You, actress Kate Beckinsale, starring in the Jane Austen adaption Love & Friendship and actor Dominic Cooper, appearing in the epic fantasy movie Warcraft. With music from Corinne Bailey Rae, performing her current single Stop Where You Are.
Graham is joined by Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock who talks about new comedy The Heat. Also on the sofa are actor Samuel L Jackson and comedian and writer Nick Frost who stars with Simon Pegg in The World's End. Music comes from Jake Bugg.
Tonight comedian Jimmy Carr and celebrity couple Peter Andre & Katie Price join Graham. Jimmy discusses his latest tour and short jokes, whilst Peter & Katie discuss their reality television show, their time in America and their children.
Actor David Tennant talks about his final appearance as Doctor Who, hilariously unpredictable star of Benidorm Johnny Vegas takes the comedy chair and singer Alison Moyet chats about 25 years of hits and sings All Cried Out.
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