30 September 2016  | 
     
The Graham Norton Show Episode Guide

Rating
4.1
 
Season 8 Episode 13
Hollywood actor Vince Vaughn drops in to discuss his film The Dilemma, in which he stars alongside Kevin James and Winona Ryder. Also appearing are comedienne Sarah Millican and hip-hop artist P Diddy who, as well as talking to the host, performs

 
Season 8 Episode 20
The host is joined by actor Bradley Cooper, who discusses his latest film Limitless, and his A Team co-star Liam Neeson, currently starring in Unknown. Jo Brand and Stephen Merchant also drop in, plus boy band Blue perform their Eurovision entry I Can. Last in the series

 
Season 9 Episode 12
The host welcomes Hollywood star Ewan McGregor to the show to talk about his film Beginners. Plus, The IT Crowd star Chris O'Dowd discusses his role in comedy Bridesmaids, and rapper Example performs his single Changed the Way You Kiss Me

 
Season 9 Episode 13
Best of Graham Norton: Compilation The host presents a compilation of highlights from the series, in which he was joined by celebrities including singers Liza Minnelli and Lady Gaga, Hollywood stars Cameron Diaz and Jack Black, and comedians Bill Bailey and Jack Dee

 
Season 10 Episode 12
The irrepressible host is joined by Madonna, who reflects on her life and career in the entertainment industry and discusses directing romantic drama WE. Two of the movie's stars, James D'Arcy and Andrea Riseborough, also drop in to talk about their roles

 
Season 11 Episode 7
Best of The Graham Norton Show The host is joined by Hollywood star Cameron Diaz, who discusses her role in the film What to Expect When You're Expecting. Director and actress Kathy Burke, and veteran broadcaster David Attenborough also drop in for a chat. Music is provided by Scissor Sisters

 
Season 12 Episode 1
The host catches up with Hollywood giant Arnold Schwarzenegger, and also talks to comedy actress Miranda Hart and funnyman Ronnie Corbett about their showbusiness careers. US singer-songwriter Usher provides the music

 
Season 12 Episode 2
Graham is shaken and stirred in tonight's show, a special edition devoted to the James Bond film Skyfall - with a guest line-up to match. Not only will Oscar-winners Dame Judi Dench and Javier Bardem - who play 007's no-nonsense boss M and his new adversary in this latest outing - be appearing on the sofa, but they will be joined by Daniel Craig, who has made the role of Ian Fleming's masterspy very much his own over the past couple of films

 
Season 12 Episode 3
The cheeky funnyman presents another round of light-hearted conversation, as singing superstar Robbie Williams - chatting and performing his single Candy - is joined on the sofa by comedy favourite Paul O'Grady and prima ballerina-turned-Strictly judge Darcey Bussell. Daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner also drops in

 
Season 12 Episode 4
The host is joined by another stellar line-up - cycling champion Bradley Wiggins, Hollywood actress Cameron Diaz, soon to be seen alongside Colin Firth in the crime comedy Gambit, stand-up favourite Sarah Millican and rock veteran Rod Stewart, performing Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas from his new festive album Merry Christmas, Baby

 
Season 12 Episode 5
Graham chats to actress Helena Bonham Carter, comedian and Fresh Meat star Jack Whitehall, globe-trotting funnyman Michael Palin and crooner Michael Buble, who also provides the musical entertainment

 
Season 12 Episode 6
Graham chats to Hollywood star Jake Gyllenhaal, who starred in cop thriller End of Watch, comedienne Joan Rivers, and Top Gear duo Jeremy Clarkson and James May. Kesha provides the music

 
Season 12 Episode 7
The host talks Harry Potter and beyond with actor Daniel Radcliffe and asks Olympic golden girl Jessica Ennis about life as a medal-winner. He also meets comedy writer and actor Ricky Gervais and retro American singer Bruno Mars, who chats and performs Locked Out of Heaven, the first single from his latest album Unorthodox Jukebox

 
Season 12 Episode 8
It's a tight squeeze on the sofa tonight as no less than four stars drop in for a chat - Martin Freeman, who talks about playing the title role in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings prequel The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, comedians Dawn French and Lee Mack, and actress Emma Thompson - who recently stepped into the shoes of Beatrix Potter by writing a new Peter Rabbit book. As if that were not enough, pop group Girls Aloud provide the music

 
Season 12 Episode 9
Hollywood star Dustin Hoffman and actor-comedian Billy Connolly are in tonight, talking about their new movie Quartet, and it's the turn of Saunders to follow last week's guest Dawn French as Absolutely Fabulous queen Jennifer pops in to chat about her new Spice Girls musical. They are joined by the Time Lord himself, Matt Smith, who reveals what few details he can about the Christmas Day Doctor Who special, and Amy Macdonald provides the music

 
Season 12 Episode 10
The host sends off 2012 with a quartet of Hollywood stars on the sofa - Tom Cruise, Rosamund Pike, Hugh Jackman and Billy Crystal - who tell him about their respective films, action thriller Jack Reacher, musical adaptation Les Miserables and comedy Parental Guidance. Graham is also joined by stand-up comedian John Bishop, and Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, judges on The Great British Bake Off. American pop star Pink provides the music

 
Season 12 Episode 11
Graham invites another line-up of well-known faces on to his sofa for another round of light-hearted conversation. Joining him are singer-turned-actress Billie Piper, funnyman and Room 101 presenter Frank Skinner and US singing star Josh Groban. Dance maestro Example also pops in for a chat and to provide the music

 
Season 12 Episode 12
Graham's guests include Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino, who will no doubt be talking about his latest film Django Unchained, a bounty hunter thriller starring Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio. He is joined by X-Men actor James McAvoy and comedian and QI regular Alan Davies, with Emeli Sande providing the music

 
Season 12 Episode 13
Graham is joined by Oscar-winning Hollywood star Denzel Washington, talking about his new movie Flight, British actor Nicholas Hoult, of About a Boy, Skins and X-Men fame, and comedy musician Bill Bailey. Plus, Conor Maynard performs his single, Animal

 
Season 12 Episode 14
Graham presents another round of light-hearted chat, with Hollywood star Minnie Driver, comedian and writer Stephen Merchant, sports presenter Clare Balding and chart stars the Script, who also provide the music

 
Season 12 Episode 15
Graham's guests include actress Helen Mirren, star of The Queen, Calendar Girls and Prime Suspect, and who can also be seen alongside Anthony Hopkins in big-screen biopic Hitchcock. He also chats to Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann about movie This Is 40, in which they reprise the characters they played in hit comedy Knocked Up. Little Mix provide the music

 
Season 12 Episode 16
Graham is joined by X-Men and Prometheus star Michael Fassbender, fellow actor Mark Wahlberg and actress-comedienne Sarah Silverman, who provides one of the voices in video-game comedy Wreck-It Ralph. Soul singer Laura Mvula performs in the studio

 
Season 12 Episode 17
The Bourne Legacy star Jeremy Renner and former Bond girl Gemma Arterton talk about action fantasy Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, which sees the fairy-tale characters reimagined as gun-toting bounty hunters. Also on the sofa are comedian Matt Lucas and cooking legend Delia Smith, with Rita Ora providing the music

 
Season 12 Episode 18
Graham meets a couple of Hollywood greats in the shape of John Malkovich, who appeared in zombie comedy Warm Bodies, and Pretty Woman legend Richard Gere. Rising Irish actress Saoirse Ronan, star of sci-fi horror The Host, also drops by, and Taylor Swift provides the music

 
Season 12 Episode 19
Graham welcomes four distinguished actors and actresses in the shape of Spider-Man and 127 Hours star James Franco, Hollywood starlet Mila Kunis, Sherlock Holmes' Jude Law and Oscar-winning national treasure Judi Dench. Olly Murs provides the music

 
Season 12 Episode 20
A compilation of highlights from the 12th series of the light-hearted chat show. Featuring interviews with guests including Tom Cruise, Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Judi Dench, Denzel Washington, Helen Mirren, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hugh Jackman, Mark Wahlberg, Robbie Williams, Michael Fassbender, Cameron Diaz, Jake Gyllenhaal, Billy Crystal, Richard Gere and Jude Law

 
Season 13 Episode 1
Graham is joined by Hollywood royalty tonight as movie megastar Tom Cruise drops in for a chat, alongside model, actress and Bond girl Olga Kurylenko - his co-star in the new sci-fi adventure Oblivion - as well as Scottish heart-throb Gerard Butler, soon to be seen in the action thriller Olympus Has Fallen. Plus, music by Paramore, performing Still Into You

 
Season 13 Episode 2
Canadian crooner Michael Buble, dour funnyman Jack Dee and Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden are the guests as Graham presents another mix of light-hearted celebrity chat and music. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair, so their stories had better be good

 
Season 13 Episode 3
Graham invites another roll call of celebrity guests to chat about their latest projects, including Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow - soon to be seen once more as Pepper Potts in Iron Man 3 - and comedian Lee Mack, the star of hit sitcom Not Going Out. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair, so their stories had better be good

 
Season 13 Episode 4
Graham brings together another group of celebrity guests, chatting to Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton, comedian Dara O Briain, singer Alison Moyet - soon to release a new album, The Minutes - and director Pedro Almodovar, whose comedy I'm So Excited, starring Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz, is out in cinemas next week. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair, so their stories had better be good

 
Season 13 Episode 5
Graham chats to two of the actors from the forthcoming sci-fi sequel Star Trek Into Darkness - Captain Kirk himself, Chris Pine, and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the villain of the movie. Also on the sofa are Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall and this year's UK Eurovision hopeful Bonnie Tyler

 
Season 13 Episode 6
Graham chats to Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman, Apprentice boss Alan Sugar and former House star Hugh Laurie, who chats and performs a song from his new album Didn't It Rain

 
Season 13 Episode 7
Graham brings together Daniel Radcliffe, who is soon to return to the West End in a revival of Martin McDonagh's comedy The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Great Gatsby director Baz Luhrmann and one of his leading ladies Isla Fisher. Comic Ed Byrne completes the line-up, while Wretch 32 provides the music

 
Season 13 Episode 8
The sofa is packed with Hollywood royalty tonight as Will Smith and the Karate Kid himself - his son Jaden - chat about starring together in the sci-fi thriller After Earth, while Michael Douglas discusses Behind the Candelabra, in which he plays piano legend Liberace. Bradley Cooper and Heather Graham share their experiences on the set of The Hangover Part III, and there's music by Selena Gomez. With such a stellar line-up, it's doubtful they'll have time to sit any audience members in the dreaded red chair

 
Season 13 Episode 9
Graham chats to Jennifer Lopez, who's in town for Beyonce's Chime for Change charity concert at Twickenham Stadium, former English cricketer Andrew Flintoff and actor and comedian David Mitchell. He also introduces a performance by the cast of West End musical Once, and subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 13 Episode 10
Graham meets actress Hayden Panettiere, who chats about her role in hit country music drama Nashville, former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens, who is next to be seen in big-screen drama Summer in February, and funnyman Micky Flanagan. Robin Thicke and Pharrell provide the music, performing new single Blurred Lines

 
Season 13 Episode 11
Graham meets Henry Cavill, Russell Crowe and Amy Adams, who star together in the new movie Man of Steel - Superman's latest outing on the big screen. There's also music by Katy B, and more audience members have the chance to tell their stories in the dreaded red chair

 
Season 13 Episode 12
Graham meets American comedy actors Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig, two of the voice cast in animation sequel Despicable Me 2, as well as Irish actor Chris O'Dowd and international singing sensation Josh Groban, who also provides the music. Plus, more audience members have the chance to tell their stories in the dreaded red chair - so they had better be good

 
Season 13 Episode 13
Graham brings together another sofa of stars, chatting to Hollywood king of cool Samuel L Jackson, Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock - soon to be seen in new cop comedy The Heat - and Simon Pegg's best mate and sometime co-star Nick Frost, who talks about their latest comedy venture The World's End. There's also music by Jake Bugg

 
Season 13 Episode 14
A compilation of highlights from the recent run of the chat show, which has featured the host in conversation with guests including Tom Cruise, Michael Douglas, Bradley Cooper, Sandra Bullock, Russell Crowe, Amy Adams, Olivia Colman, Samuel L Jackson, Chris Pine, Benedict Cumberbatch, Gwyneth Paltrow, Lewis Hamilton and Will Smith, whose Fresh Prince dance reunion brought the house down. Last in the series

 
Season 14 Episode 1
New series. 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

 
Season 14 Episode 2
Graham is joined by music royalty Paul McCartney, chatting and performing from his latest album New. The Mighty Thor himself, actor Chris Hemsworth, and his Dark World co-star Natalie Portman also drop by, as do comedy favourite and Wrong Man James Corden and pop diva Katy Perry

 
Season 14 Episode 3
Graham bags a rare interview with big-screen superstar Robert De Niro, as well as Hollywood actress Michelle Pfeiffer, soon to be seen together in gangster comedy The Family. The line-up is completed by comedienne Jennifer Saunders and actress-singer Cher, who performs I Hope You Find It, from her latest album Closer to the Truth. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 14 Episode 4
Elton John heads tonight's line-up, chatting and singing Voyeur from his new album The Diving Board. He is joined by actress Judi Dench, currently starring alongside Steve Coogan in the movie Philomena, and there's more banter with popular scouse comedian John Bishop. Last but not least is broadcaster and writer Jeremy Paxman. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 14 Episode 5
Graham chats to another quartet of stars, headed up by pop sensation Lady Gaga, who also performs. He also meets Hollywood heart-throb Jude Law, chatting about his new gangster movie Dom Hemingway, and actress June Brown, who has spent the best part of the past 28 years as Dot Branning, doing service washes in the EastEnders launderette. The line-up is completed by possibly the tallest man in comedy, Greg Davies

 
Season 14 Episode 6
Graham is joined by a pair of Time Lords as Matt Smith and David Tennant buddy up on the sofa to chat about the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special. Oscar-winner Emma Thompson talks about her movie Saving Mr Banks, which chronicles the making of Mary Poppins, comedian Jimmy Carr joins in the fun, and the line-up is completed by Robbie Williams, performing I Wanna Be Like You

 
Season 14 Episode 7
Graham chats to Colin Farrell, one of the stars of new movie Saving Mr Banks, Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, comedienne Jo Brand and X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne. Plus, music by Arcade Fire, performing After Life

 
Season 14 Episode 8
Graham meets Daniel Radcliffe, the actor who will forever be Harry Potter, as well as crazy comic Harry Hill, superstar composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and the queen of baking, Mary Berry. Plus, chat and music with veteran rock 'n' roller Cliff Richard

 
Season 14 Episode 9
Graham chats to Hollywood actor-director Ben Stiller about his movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and to Martin Freeman about The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. Chef Jamie Oliver will be joining them on the sofa, and Rebecca Ferguson provides the music. The host also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 14 Episode 10
Graham chats to stage and screen actress Julie Walters, comedy favourite Miranda Hart and Strictly Come Dancing head judge Len Goodman. Rapper Tinie Tempah provides the music

 
Season 14 Episode 11
Graham is joined by a quartet of movie stars tonight, headed up by Hollywood heavyweights Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone, who talk about their boxing film Grudge Match. Comic actor Jonah Hill reveals what it was like to work with Martin Scorsese on The Wolf of Wall Street and British actress Carey Mulligan chats about her role in the Coen brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis. Plus, Jake Bugg performs A Song About Love

 
Season 14 Episode 12
Graham is joined by another line-up of celebrity guests - Idris Elba, who plays the title role in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Bafta-winning actress Olivia Colman and Lena Dunham, star and creator of hit comedy drama Girls. Keane provide the music

 
Season 14 Episode 13
Graham chats to another line-up of celebrity guests, including actress Keira Knightley and actor-director Kenneth Branagh, who talk about working together on action-thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, French footballing star Thierry Henry and comedian Lee Mack - host of Sky panel show Duck Quacks Don't Echo. There'll also be music by Katy B and more audience members having a go in the dreaded red chair

 
Season 14 Episode 14
Graham meets Matthew McConaughey, talking about his Golden Globe-winning performance in Dallas Buyers Club, Julianne Moore, starring in the action movie Non-Stop, comedian, actor and QI panellist Alan Davies, and singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow. Plus, more audience members will take their chance in the dreaded red chair

 
Season 14 Episode 15
Graham's guests include British film star Gary Oldman, who appears in the remake of 1987 sci-fi movie RoboCop, actor Nick Frost, soon to be seen in the dance comedy Cuban Fury, and Australian actress Toni Collette, who discusses her TV show Hostages. London Grammar provide the music and the host also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 14 Episode 16
Graham's guests include Hollywood actor Matt Damon, Downton Abbey's Hugh Bonneville and Bill Murray, who star in George Clooney's new Second World War movie The Monuments Men. Paloma Faith provides the music, performing her new single Can't Rely on You, and the host subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 14 Episode 17
Graham is joined by British actor Dominic Cooper, currently seen playing James Bond creator Ian Fleming on Sky Atlantic, actress and national treasure Miriam Margolyes, who won the hearts of the audience last time she was on the show, and singer Lily Allen, who performs her latest single Air Balloon. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 14 Episode 18
Graham chats to much-loved entertainment duo Ant and Dec, whose Saturday Night Takeaway has just returned to TV screens. He also meets supermodel Naomi Campbell, US star Aaron Paul, best known to fans of Breaking Bad as Jesse Pinkman, and Jamie Dornan, who is starring in the movie adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey. Brit Award-winner Ellie Goulding provides the music. Last in the series

 
Season 15 Episode 1
Graham returns with another sofa full of guests, headed by two stars from Down Under - Oscar-winner Russell Crowe and Kylie Minogue, who is currently competing to choose the next singing superstar in The Voice UK. They are joined by screen siren Cameron Diaz, next to be seen in relationship comedy The Other Woman, and actor-director Richard Ayoade, whose new movie The Double is in cinemas now

 
Season 15 Episode 2
Graham meets Hollywood actors Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, who talk about reprising their roles as Peter Parker and Gwen Stacey in superhero sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which opens next week. But Spidey and his girlfriend aren't the only ones to appear tonight - Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx, who plays the movie's bad guy Electro, also cosies up on the sofa to chat about the film - and whatever else takes his fancy. The music is provided by singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini

 
Season 15 Episode 3
Graham's famous sofa is topped by comedy royalty in the form of writer-actor Ricky Gervais, who talks about the new series of Derek, and legendary comic Ronnie Corbett, proving that reports of his retirement are somewhat premature. Also joining the mix are Academy Award-winning actress Juliette Binoche, soon to be seen in A Thousand Times Goodnight, and Irish popstar Imelda May, who also performs. Plus, members of the audience are pitted against the dreaded red chair

 
Season 15 Episode 4
Graham is joined by former High School Musical heart-throb Zac Efron and Knocked Up star Seth Rogen, who have joined forces for new comedy Bad Neighbours, and Friends star Matt LeBlanc discusses reprising his Golden Globe-winning role in the third series of British-American TV comedy Episodes. Plus, a live performance from Kaiser Chiefs and members of the audience are pitted against the dreaded red chair

 
Season 15 Episode 5
Graham presents a superhero special featuring a trio of stars from X-Men: Days of Future Past. As if having Aussie hunk Hugh Jackman (Wolverine) wasn't enough, he also invites both Professor X and Magneto - James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender - to settle down on the sofa for a chat about the movie. There'll also be music by the UK's 2014 Eurovision entry Molly, singing Children of the Universe, and if there's time maybe a chance for one or two audience members to have a go in the red chair

 
Season 15 Episode 6
Graham is joined by Brenda Blethyn, star of detective series Vera, Stephen Mangan, who gives Postman Pat his voice in the latest movie, French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier and legendary American singer Barry Manilow. He also invites more audience members to tell their tales in the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 15 Episode 7
Graham meets cheery comedienne Dawn French, ahead of her first live solo tour, Hollywood actress Kirsten Dunst, who stars in new thriller The Two Faces of January, survival expert and presenter of new series The Island, Bear Grylls and controversial Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst. Singer-songwriter Sam Smith provides the music, performing Stay with Me, the latest single from his album In the Lonely Hour

 
Season 15 Episode 8
Graham introduces a rare appearance by Mary Poppins and Maria herself, as star of stage and screen Julie Andrews is welcomed to the show. The movie dame is joined by Hollywood actors Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, who have teamed up for a sequel to their 2012 action comedy 21 Jump Street - cunningly titled 22 Jump Street - and Pharrell Williams rounds off the entertainment by singing Marilyn Monroe. Plus, more audience members tell their red-chair stories

 
Season 15 Episode 9
Graham is joined by Hollywood's finest as Tom Cruise pops in for a chat about his new sci-fi thriller Edge of Tomorrow, along with his co-star Emily Blunt. As if that weren't enough, Oscar-winner Charlize Theron and actor-director Seth MacFarlane are also on the show, promoting their cowboy comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West. Plus, music by Coldplay, performing A Sky Full of Stars

 
Season 15 Episode 10
Graham meets Mark Ruffalo, who has swapped the Hulk's tatty purple trousers for comedy drama Begin Again, discussing tomorrow's live final, Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden and actor Michael Sheen, who talks about captaining the Rest of the World team against England in the all-star Soccer Aid charity football match. Plus, there's music by Ed Sheeran, performing his new release Sing

 
Season 15 Episode 11
The host is joined in the studio by Hollywood star Samuel L Jackson, Oscar-nominated actress Keira Knightley and Formula One ace Jenson Button for more light-hearted chat. Kasabian provide the music ahead of their headline slot at Glastonbury later this month, and the host subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 15 Episode 12
Graham meets singer Cheryl Cole, who in a couple of months will be seen back behind the X Factor judging desk, former Miami Vice star Don Johnson, talking about his role in new movie Cold in July, and popular comedian John Bishop. They are joined by actor Brendan O'Carroll, the man behind the woman who leaves stage and TV audiences in stitches - foul-mouthed matriarch Mrs Brown - and who gives the lowdown here on her big-screen outing, Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie. With music by Chrissie Hynde, performing You or No One, from her debut solo album Stockholm

 
Season 15 Episode 13
Highlights from the recent run of the chat show, which has featured the host in conversation with such Hollywood stars as Tom Cruise, Matt Damon, Russell Crowe, Julianne Moore, Jamie Foxx, Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Gary Oldman and Bill Murray. Other guests on the sofa include Julie Andrews, Julie Walters, Miranda Hart, Olivia Colman, Kenneth Branagh, Thierry Henry, Ricky Gervais and Kylie Minogue

 
Season 16 Episode 1
New series. The irrepressible host returns with another sofa full of guests, beginning with Oscar-winner Denzel Washington - talking about his movie update of 1980s TV series The Equalizer - and Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi, who reveals how it feels to be holding the key to the Tardis, having been a lifelong fan of the show. Graham also chats to actress Gemma Arterton, who is about to hit the West End in a musical version of the 2010 movie Made in Dagenham, and the music is provided by singer-songwriter George Ezra, performing Blame It on Me

 
Season 16 Episode 2
Graham presents another round of celebrity chat, joined by a trio of acting stars - Hugh Grant, soon to be seen in romantic comedy The Rewrite, Oscar-winner Emma Thompson, talking about the new Peter Rabbit book she has written, and Luke Evans, who takes the lead in the new movie Dracula Untold. There's also music by Lenny Kravitz, who performs Strut

 
Season 16 Episode 3
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

 
Season 16 Episode 4
In what promises to be one of his best line-ups yet, Graham meets two Hollywood greats - Godfather and Apocalypse Now star Robert Duvall, and Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr. They're starring together in new movie drama The Judge, and will be joined on the sofa by writer, actor and presenter Stephen Fry, who'll be talking about the third volume of his autobiography, More Fool Me - and much more besides. U2 also grace the sofa after performing new single The Miracle of (Joey Ramone) from their album Songs of Innocence

 
Season 16 Episode 5
Graham welcomes Sherlock himself, Benedcict Cumberbatch, who talks about his role as mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game. Actor Timothy Spall drops in to discuss his new film Mr Turner, which sees him reuniting with Topsy-Turvy director Mike Leigh for a biopic of British artist JMW Turner. Also gracing the sofa is actress and comedienne Miranda Hart, who reveals what she's been up to since Miranda and Call the Midwife. Maroon 5 provide the music, performing their latest single Animals, before joining the rest of the guests for a chat

 
Season 16 Episode 6
It's a full sofa tonight as Graham welcomes Oscar-winners Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, who are co-starring in sci-fi adventure Interstellar, as well as Lena Dunham, the star and creator of cult TV show Girls. They're joined by cockney comic Micky Flanagan, talking about his new Sky1 series Micky Flanagan's Detour de France, and the music is provided by Australian singer Sia, performing Chandelier

 
Season 16 Episode 7
Tonight promises to be one of the campest line-ups in a long while as Graham meets singing superstar Shirley Bassey and actor, writer and comedian David Walliams. They're joined on the sofa by comedienne Catherine Tate - David's Big School co-star - and director-comedian Richard Ayoade. Annie Lennox provides the music, performing God Bless the Child

 
Season 16 Episode 8
Graham is joined by Oscar-winners Dustin Hoffman and 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

 
Season 16 Episode 9
Graham is joined by three familiar faces from the large and small screen - Oscar-winning Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman, Bafta-winning British favourite Julie Walters and Downton Abbey's Hugh Bonneville - who are all co-starring with a little bear from Darkest Peru in comedy movie Paddington. There's also music by Take That, now a three-piece, performing their new single These Days

 
Season 16 Episode 10
Graham is joined by Hollywood actor Michael Keaton, soon to be seen in movie comedy Birdman, Lord of the Rings' Gandalf, Ian McKellen, comedienne Victoria Wood and popular TV chef and food campaigner Jamie Oliver. Plus, boy band extraordinaire One Direction, chatting and performing their new single, Night Changes

 
Season 16 Episode 11
Graham is joined by Hollywood actor Jim Carrey, soon to be seen back on the big screen in Dumb and Dumber To, the sequel to the 1994 comedy favourite, Jude Law, who is appearing in submarine thriller Black Sea, and Episodes star Tamsin Greig, who will be taking to the stage in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown in January. The music is provided by ex-Pussycat Doll and former X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger, singing Run

 
Season 16 Episode 12
Graham hosts a festive edition in which he is joined by a bumper line-up of celebrity guests. Hollywood's Ben Stiller, Brit favourite Ricky Gervais and Australian actress Rebel Wilson discuss their new comedy sequel Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz give the lowdown on their new big-screen version of the popular musical Annie, Danny Dyer talks about life behind the Queen Vic bar in EastEnders, and there's chat and music from Usher

 
Season 16 Episode 13
Hollywood actor Vince Vaughn drops in to discuss his film The Dilemma, in which he stars alongside Kevin James and Winona Ryder. Also appearing are comedienne Sarah Millican and hip-hop artist P Diddy who, as well as talking to the host, performs. Last in the series

 
Season 16 Episode 14
Graham is joined by David Tennant and Olivia Colman, who discuss the return of the Bafta-winning crime drama Broadchurch, along with Miramax Films co-founder and Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. Jessie J provides the music, before joining the rest of the guests on the sofa for a chat. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 16 Episode 15
Graham is joined by naturalist and national treasure David Attenborough, former footballer and sports presenter Gary Lineker, Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain and supergroup McBusted, who perform live before squeezing themselves onto the sofa with the rest of the guests for a chat. Plus, more audience members subject themselves to the mercy of the host as they reveal their stories from the much-feared red chair - so they had better be good

 
Season 16 Episode 16
Graham chats to Oscar-winning favourite Judi Dench and Slumdog Millionaire star Dev Patel about their new movie sequel, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, with music performed live by Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 16 Episode 17
Graham talks to Julianne Moore, Oscar-nominated for her role as a professor with early-onset Alzheimer's in Still Alice, and Cuba Gooding Jr, who plays civil rights lawyer Fred Gray in the Martin Luther King Jr movie, Selma. Also joining him is musician and comedian Bill Bailey and Irish dancing phenomenon Michael Flatley, who speaks about his farewell tour of Lord of the Dance. Jazz vocalist Gregory Porter and soul singer-songwriter Laura Mvula provide the music, performing Water Under Bridges. The host also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 16 Episode 18
Graham chats to a trio of actors - Jamie Dornan, who plays the lead in the much-anticipated movie version of Fifty Shades of Grey, comedy favourite Julie Walters, who stars in new Channel 4 drama Indian Summers, and Stephen Mangan, who is appearing at the National Theatre. Music is provided by Charli XCX and Rita Ora, who perform new single Doing It, and there are the usual audience stories from the red chair

 
Season 16 Episode 19
Graham chats to actress Celia Imrie about her role in the comedy drama sequel The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, actor Sean Penn, who stars as a former special forces soldier on the run in order to clear his name in The Gunman, and the stand-up comedian about to join the musical hit The Producers, Ross Noble. Kelly Clarkson provides the music, performing Heartbeat Song, and there are more audience stories from the red chair

 
Season 16 Episode 20
Graham chats to Hollywood superstar Will Smith and Australian actress Margot Robbie, who co-star in the new romantic comedy Focus, and Hugh Jackman, soon to be seen acting alongside a CGI robot in the sci-fi adventure Chappie. Noel Gallagher provides the music, performing his new single Ballad of the Mighty I, and there are more audience stories from the red chair

 
Season 16 Episode 21
Comic Relief Special In the run-up to Comic Relief night, comedians Jennifer Saunders, David Walliams, Jack Dee and Johnny Vegas, and singer Cheryl Fernandez-Versini join Graham on the sofa in this special edition to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the biennial fundraising extravaganza, the total of which looks like exceeding the £1billion mark this year

 
Season 16 Episode 22
Compilation Show A compilation of highlights from the recent run of the chat show, which has featured the host in conversation with guests including Meryl Streep, Will Smith, David Beckham, Jennifer Aniston, Benedict Cumberbatch, One Direction and Judi Dench. Last in the series

 
Season 17 Episode 1
New series. The irrepressible host returns with another sofa full of stars, including Hunger Games and Fortitude actor Stanley Tucci, who reveals another string to his bow when he talks about his new cookery book, The Tucci Table. Comedians Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse discuss how they are teaming up again to go on tour, and there is music by electro-pop trio Years & Years, performing their single, King

 
Season 17 Episode 2
Graham invites another group of Hollywood A-listers and British TV big shots to huddle up on his sofa and chat about what they've been up to recently - or whatever else takes their fancy - with music by chart stars or up-and-coming artists. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 17 Episode 3
Graham invites another group of Hollywood A-listers and British TV big shots to huddle up on his sofa and chat about what they've been up to recently - or whatever else takes their fancy - with music by chart stars or up-and-coming artists. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 17 Episode 4
The host's sofa is graced by Game of Thrones star Kit Harington, talking about appearing in new spy thriller Spooks: The Greater Good, along with actor Matt LeBlanc, who chats about the new season of Episodes, and Australian actress Rebel Wilson, star of comedy sequel Pitch Perfect 2. Folk-rock band Mumford & Sons provide the music, before joining Graham and the other guests for a chat, and more audience members take to the dreaded red chair equipped with stories they hope will amuse

 
Season 17 Episode 5
Graham is joined by Miranda Hart, who talks about making the transition from sitcom star to Hollywood actress in the action comedy Spy, actor and writer Rupert Everett, soon to be seen in the romantic drama A Royal Night Out, and comedian Greg Davies. Eurovision hopefuls Electro Velvet perform their song Still in Love with You, and there are more audience stories from the red chair

 
Season 17 Episode 6
Fellow chat show presenter Michael McIntyre joins the host to pick up a few tips about the art of studio conversation and share details of his life in stand-up. Australian pop icon and actress Kylie Minogue speaks about her role in new action movie San Andreas and comedy actor Simon Pegg discusses his career and the release of his new movie Man Up. Plus, Killers lead singer-songwriter Brandon Flowers performs his single I Can Change

 
Season 17 Episode 7
The host is joined by Hollywood A-lister George Clooney, who discusses his new movie Tomorrowland. Wrestling-star-turned-actor Dwayne `The Rock' Johnson and rock's most enduring couple Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne also take to the sofa to reveal their latest projects. Plus, there's music from Snoop Dogg

 
Season 17 Episode 8
Graham is joined by Melissa McCarthy and Jude Law, both of whom feature in the new comedy movie Spy. Hollywood heart-throb Chris Pratt also graces the sofa to talk about his new blockbuster Jurassic World, and comedian John Bishop brightens the mood with his Liverpudlian wit. Plus, music by Florence and the Machine

 
Season 17 Episode 9
Samuel L Jackson discusses his roles in summer blockbuster Avengers: Age of Ultron and upcoming adventure movie Big Game. Comedy actor and writer Stephen Merchant and American comedienne Amy Schumer also grace Graham's sofa. Plus, rock band Muse perform Mercy, the latest track from their soon-to-be-released album Drones

 
Season 17 Episode 10
Actor, producer and former rapper Mark Wahlberg takes his seat on the sofa, to discuss his life, career and planned movie project Deepwater Horizon. Sitting beside him are Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, talking about the release of Ted 2, comedian Dara O Briain, who recently interviewed Steven Hawking, and singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper, reflecting on the West End premiere of Kinky Boots and performing I'm Not My Father's Son

 
Season 17 Episode 11
The host is joined by Terminator Genisys stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Emilia Clarke to discuss the new film. Plus, actor Jake Gyllenhaal and model Cara Delevingne talk about their latest projects and rapper Tinie Tempah performs his latest song, Not Letting Go

 
Season 17 Episode 12
Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton takes a welcome pit stop on Graham's sofa to discuss his life and career and contemplate whether Bernie Ecclestone's recent proclamation that he is the `best world champion we've had' is accurate. Also joining him are Hollywood actor Ewan McGregor, who can be seen in the role of Jesus in new film Last Days in the Desert, and comedian Jack Whitehall, who raises a smile or two as he reflects on his recent stint as host of ITV's Sunday Night at the London Palladium. Plus, singer-songwriter Rita Ora performs her new single Poison and discusses her defection as talent show judge from The Voice UK to The X Factor

 
Season 17 Episode 13
They say all good things must come to an end, and before he sets sail for the summer, Graham introduces a selection of highlights from the latest series of his award-winning chat show. George Clooney, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kylie Minogue, Dwayne `The Rock' Johnson, Rebel Wilson and Chris Pratt are among those whose conversations are selected for a repeat airing. No doubt there will also be a second opportunity to witness some members of the audience regale the viewers with their amusing anecdotes - or not, as the case may be. Last in the series

 
Season 18 Episode 1
New series. The host returns with a brand new run of his chat show to brighten up the autumn. In the opening edition he welcomes Hollywood star Matt Damon and flame-haired actress Jessica Chastain, who chat about their new sci-fi blockbuster The Martian, which sees an astronaut (Damon) presumed dead and left to fend for himself on Mars. Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard also joins the host to shed light on her portrayal of Lady Macbeth in the latest film version of Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth. Filling the last spot on the sofa is comedian, musician and actor Bill Bailey, and there's a live performance from the Weeknd of their summer hit Can't Feel My Face

 
Season 18 Episode 2
Hollywood A-listers Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway grace the host's slightly gaudy sofa to talk about the new movie The Intern and their careers to date. Plus, director and actor Kenneth Branagh discusses the new season at the Garrick Theatre in London's West End and Tom Hiddleston reflects on his role in supernatural horror Crimson Peak. Popular country group the Shires provide the music

 
Season 18 Episode 3
Upcoming movie Suffragette centres on the struggle of the British women's suffrage movement in the late 19th and early 20th century. Two of its stars - Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep - join the host to discuss their roles and the importance of the film's subject matter. However, the duo will no doubt also enjoy a little light-hearted banter alongside fellow guest Nicole Kidman, who is currently garnering much praise for her West End portrayal of scientist Rosalind Franklin in Photograph 13

 
Season 18 Episode 4
Hollywood heartthrob Colin Farrell and Oscar-winner Rachel Weisz secure a space on the sofa to promote new dystopian drama The Lobster, in which they both star. Plus, comedienne and writer Dawn French talks about her new novel According to Yes, and Irish actor Chris O'Dowd discusses his new Lance Armstrong film The Program. Arguably, the headlining guest is Rod Stewart, who performs from his new album Another Country

 
Season 18 Episode 5
A James Bond special, with guests Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris and Christoph Waltz, who star as 007, Miss Moneypenny and Franz Oberhauser respectively in the latest release Spectre. Plus, in a live world exclusive, singer Sam Smith performs the theme to the movie. Initially subjected to lukewarm reviews by many critics, Writing on the Wall rapidly rose to head the UK singles chart within days of its its release, proving the doubters wrong. The host also presents his usual wise cracks on the week's showbiz events and invites audience members to recount an amusing story in his red chair

 
Season 18 Episode 6
Maggie Smith makes her first British chat-show appearance in 42 years to help promote her new film The Lady in the Van, an adaptation of the memoir of playwright Alan Bennett. Co-star Alex Jennings will be alongside her on the sofa. Plus, Graham welcomes four-times Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, who are co-starring in new culinary offering Burnt. Justin Bieber shares a chat and also performs his chart-topping single What Do You Mean?

 
Season 18 Episode 7
The host's sofa is graced by Oscar-winner Kate Winslet and 12 Years a Slave star Michael Fassbender, who are co-starring in Danny Boyle's new film, Steve Jobs, a biography of the late computer pioneer. Julie Walters discusses her new movie, Brooklyn, which is set in the 1950s and follows a young Irish woman's emigration to America. Plus, banter with rapper, actor and entrepreneur 50 Cent, and music by Ellie Goulding

 
Season 18 Episode 8
Double Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks takes his seat on Graham's sofa to talk about his role in new Spielberg cold war thriller Bridge of Spies. Plus, the host shares some jovial banter with comedian and writer David Walliams, while sci-fi fans are well catered for as Peter Capaldi talks about his role as the Time Lord in Doctor Who. Plus, comeback kings Duran Duran provide the music

 
Season 18 Episode 9
Hollywood icon Johnny Depp graces Graham's sofa, alongside Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch, Depp's co-star in the new mobster movie Black Mass. Daniel Radcliffe is taking another important step to brushing away his Harry Potter association in the upcoming film Victor Frankenstein, and he and co-star James McAvoy also share a natter with the host. Plus, music from recently reformed Irish group the Corrs and Graham challenges more audience members to regale him with anecdotes from the dreaded red chair

 
Season 18 Episode 10
Thor star Chris Hemsworth, who is spearheading the new whaling movie In the Heart of the Sea, takes a space on Graham's sofa, alongside the film's director Ron Howard. American comedian and actress Lily Tomlin - Oscar-tipped for her role in Grandma - also appears, and accomplished comic Kevin Bridges is on hand to help lighten the mood. Plus, Shirley Bassey performs The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire), a collaborative release with vocal harmony trio Blake

 
Season 18 Episode 11
Escape from New York, Big Trouble in Little China star Kurt Russell appears with the director of his new movie The Hateful Eight, none other than double-Oscar-winner Quentin Tarantino himself. Plus, star of 30 Rock, the comedian and writer Tina Fey graces Graham's sofa to discuss her new film Sisters, alongside the movie's co-star Amy Poehler. Music is provided by Australian singer-songwriter Sia and all being well there should still be some time left for the host to subject more audience members to the dreaded red chair

 
Season 18 Episode 12
Among the guests on Graham's sofa tonight is pop superstar Kylie Minogue, who chats and sings. Plus, actress Carrie Fisher, the original Princess Leia of Star Wars fame, appears alongside Daisy Ridley and John Boyega, cast members of the sci-fi series' new movie, The Force Awakens

 
Season 18 Episode 13
Tracey Ullman is set to return to the BBC with her first new comedy show in decades. She joins Graham to discuss the venture, gracing the sofa alongside double-Oscar-nominated actor Ralph Fiennes and James Nesbitt, star of the superhero detective drama Lucky Man. Plus, music by singer-songwriter James Bay

 
Season 18 Episode 14
Matthew Perry talks about his forthcoming West End playwriting debut - The End of Longing - in which he also stars, while Gemma Arterton discusses her role as the 17th-century royal mistress in Nell Gwynn, due to open at London's Apollo Theatre next month. Actress Miriam Margolyes talks about new documentary series The Real Marigold Hotel and there's music from Jack Savoretti who performs catapult. The host also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 18 Episode 15
Rapper, actor and music producer Ice Cube joins the host for a chat, alongside comedian and actor Kevin Hart, who are both currently to be seen in big-screen comedy action sequel Ride Along 2. The host also talks to broadcaster David Attenborough and actors Hugh Laurie and Olivia Colman, before subjecting more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good. Plus, a live musical performance by singer Elle King

 
Season 18 Episode 16
Will Smith, currently starring in American football drama Concussion, takes his place on the sofa alongside Ryan Reynolds, who is reprising X-Men Origins: Wolverine role in the new film Deadpool. A considerably more British flavour is provided by Catherine Zeta-Jones and Toby Jones, who are starring in the hotly anticipated big-screen remake of classic sitcom Dad's Army. Plus, Laura Mvula performs Overcome

 
Season 18 Episode 17
Elton John chats with the host and performs Blue Wonderful from his new album, Wonderful Crazy Night. Hollywood stars Ben Stiller, Penelope Cruz and Owen Wilson also grace the sofa, reflecting on their hotly awaited comedy sequel Zoolander 2. Plus, actor and comedian Jack Black talks about his fantasy-adventure Goosebumps. Graham also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 18 Episode 18
Entertainment superstars Ant and Dec make a rare BBC appearance, alongside Oscar-winner Julianne Moore, who joins the host to discuss her new film, Freeheld. Plus, Australian comedian and actress Rebel Wilson reflects on How to Be Single. There's music courtesy of Little Mix, who perform Secret Love Song, and as usual, the host also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 18 Episode 19
A compilation of highlights from the show, featuring guests including Matt Damon, Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hiddleston, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Daniel Craig, Maggie Smith, Bradley Cooper, Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, 50 Cent, Tom Hanks, Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Hemsworth, Tina Fey, David Beckham, Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Jennifer Lawrence and Eddie Redmayne

 
Season 19 Episode 1
Batman Special New series. The host meets stars associated with the latest release in the Batman franchise as his sofa is graced by Oscar-winning actor Ben Affleck, who is gracing the big screen as the gothic superhero in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Henry Cavill, who plays his Kryptonian opponent in the movie, also secures a place on the sofa along with five-times Oscar-nominated actress Amy Adams, who portrays Lois Lane. Plus, Pet Shop Boys perform their new single The Pop Kids

 
Season 19 Episode 2
Thor actor Chris Hemsworth and Oscar-nominated Jessica Chastain, co-stars of The Huntsman: Winter's War, grace the host's sofa. Plus, Spiderman star Kirsten Dunst discusses her part in new sci-fi movie Midnight Special, and comic actor Stephen Mangan - currently appearing in TV drama Houdini & Doyle - talks about the series and reflects on his career to date. There's music from Raleigh Ritchie and providing there's time the host will also subject more audience members to the dreaded red chair

 
Season 19 Episode 3
The host invites guests Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren, Hollywood great Kevin Costner, Scottish star Ewan McGregor, comedy actor Ricky Gervais and Australian actor Eric Bana to reflect on their life and times and chat about their latest projects. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good. Plus, music by Meghan Trainor

 
Season 19 Episode 4
Meryl Streep who plays Florence Foster Jenkins in the new film of the same title joins the host, alongside co-star Hugh Grant. The film recounts the fortunes of the American socialite who dreamed of becoming an opera singer - despite possessing a terrible singing voice. Plus, Keeley Hawes discusses her new drama series The Durrells and British Eurovision hopefuls Joe and Jake perform You're Not Alone. If there is sufficuient time the host will also subject more audience members to the dreaded red chair

 
Season 19 Episode 5
Graham invites guests including actress Joan Collins and celebrity baker Paul Hollywood to huddle up on his sofa and chat about what they've been up to recently - or whatever else takes their fancy. Plus, Cinderella co-stars Lily James and Richard Madden, who have reunited in Kenneth Branagh's stage production of Romeo and Juliet, also join the host. American pop-rock band DNCE provide the music with Cake by the Ocean

 
Season 19 Episode 6
Among the guests on Graham's sofa are Hollywood is Paul Rudd, who is playing Ant-Man in Captain America: Civil War. Sherlock and Hobbit star Martin Freeman and comic actor Seth Rogen also talk about their current projects. Plus, singer-songwriter Birdy performs Wild Horses

 
Season 19 Episode 7
Graham is joined by actor Tom Hiddleston, who is starring as country singer Hank Williams in I Saw The Light, John Malkovich, director of the play Good Canary, and Marvel's Nick Fury himself, Hollywood actor Samuel L Jackson. Comedian Sara Pascoe also appears, and there's music by Chvrches

 
Season 19 Episode 8
The host is joined by Oscar-winning star of Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence and Last King of Scotland and Atonement actor James McAvoy, co-stars of new movie X-Men: Apocalypse. Plus, comedian Jack Whitehall, star of Mother's Day and Hollywood legend Johnny Depp, who is returning as the Mad Hatter in Alice Through the Looking Glass. Will.i.am performs his new single Boys and Girls, alongside singer-songwriter Pia Mia

 
Season 19 Episode 9
Hollywood stars Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe talk about their new film The Nice Guys, while double Oscar-winner Jodie Foster promotes her directorial feature Money Monster. Plus, Elton John and Bright Light Bright Light, aka Rod Thomas, perform All in the Name. The host also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 19 Episode 10
New co-host of Top Gear Matt LeBlanc joins Graham to talk about the revamped hit show, due to appear on BBC Two screens shortly. Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) discusses her new movie Me Before You, Kate Beckinsale talks about her role in Jane Austen adaptation Love & Friendship, while actor Dominic Cooper reflects on his part in the epic fantasy movie Warcraft. Plus, Corinne Bailey Rae performs her current single Stop Where You Are

 
Season 19 Episode 11
Comic actors Kelsey Grammer and Tamsin Greig, co-stars of Breaking the Bank join the host to discuss the new comedy release. Plus, Oscar-nominated star Salma Hayek promotes her new movie, Tale of Tales, and singer-songwriter Alicia Keys performs her new single In Common. The host also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 19 Episode 12
The host is joined by Dawyne 'The Rock' Johnson, who discusses his new film Central Intelligence, in which he plays a lethal CIA agent who takes his old friend from high school on an adventure to save the world. Fellow actors Jeff Goldblum and Liam Hemsworth join them on the sofa to talk about Independence Day: Resurgence, the sci-fi sequel being released 20 years after the original blockbuster. Plus, British Olympic champion boxer Nicola Adams explains why she is once more going for gold and Tom Odell performs his new single Magnetised

 
Season 19 Episode 13
The host is joined by hell-raising actor Charlie Sheen, while Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones - stars of the new Ghostbusters remake - also grace the sofa. Plus, Christine and the Queens perform Tilted. Graham also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 19 Episode 14
Graham invites another group of Hollywood A-listers and British TV big shots to huddle up on his sofa and chat about what they've been up to recently - or whatever else takes their fancy - with music by chart stars or up-and-coming artists. He also subjects more audience members to the dreaded red chair - so their stories had better be good

 
Season 19 Episode 15
Over the past 14 shows, Graham has invited an array of Hollywood A-listers and British TV big shots to take up a space on his sofa. As the 19th series bows out, the host takes a look back at some of the more memorable moments in a highlights package featuring Meryl Streep, Ryan Gosling, Kevin Costner, Jodie Foster, Ben Affleck, Helen Mirren, Hugh Grant, James McAvoy, Russell Crowe, Joan Collins, Seth Rogen, Samuel L Jackson, Johnny Depp, Ricky Gervais, Jeff Goldblum, Matt Leblanc, Kate Beckinsale, Ewan McGregor and many more

 
Season 20 Episode 1
Autumn is here and with it comes a brand new run of 19 shows, in which the inquisitive Irishman invites Hollywood A-listers and British TV big shots to huddle up on his sofa and chat about what they've been up to recently. In this opening edition, Graham welcomes actor and musician Justin Timberlake and Oscar-nominated actress Anna Kendrick, co-stars of the new big-screen animation Trolls. Versatile actor Daniel Radcliffe also puts in an appearance while - last but certainly not least - Robbie Williams performs his new single

 

 

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