Graham Norton returns for another series of his talk show, featuring the biggest celebrities, the brightest conversation and the best jokes on television.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight: Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington, starring in new movie The Equalizer; the acclaimed new Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi; actress Gemma Arterton, about to hit the West End in the musical version of Made in Dagenham; and hot new singer-songwriter George Ezra, who performs Blame It On Me.
Together on Graham's sofa: floppy-haired heartthrob Hugh Grant, starring in romcom The Rewrite; Oscar-winning actress and writer Emma Thompson, talking about her new Peter Rabbit book; rising star Luke Evans, currently starring in Dracula Untold; and musician Lenny Kravitz, who performs Strut.
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.
Together on Graham's sofa: Oscar-winning star of The Godfather and Apocalypse Now, Robert Duvall; Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr, starring in the new movie The Judge; writer and actor Stephen Fry, talking about his new memoir More Fool Me; and mega-band U2, chatting and performing their new single, The Miracle (of Joey Ramone), from their new album Songs of Innocence.
Together on Graham's sofa: Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch, starring as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game; Timothy Spall, in new film Mr Turner; comedy favourite Miranda Hart; and musical guests Maroon 5, who perform Animals.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa: Oscar-winning actors Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, who appear in new film Interstellar, creator of TV show Girls, Lena Dunham, comedian Micky Flanagan and musical guest Sia, who performs Chandelier.
The guests on Graham's sofa: the one and only Dame Shirley Bassey, comedian and children's author David Walliams, comic actress Catherine Tate, director and IT Crowd star Richard Ayoade, and music from the great Annie Lennox, who performs God Bless The Child.
Graham 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. Oscar-winning actress Judi Dench is also on the sofa, talking about her new memoir Behind the Scenes, and Olly Murs performs his latest single, Wrapped Up.
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.
Graham is joined by Batman star Michael Keaton, Oscar-tipped for new film Birdman; top chef Jamie Oliver; comedy favourite Victoria Wood; Gandalf himself, Sir Ian McKellen; and pop sensations One Direction, chatting and performing their new single Night Changes.
The guests on Graham's sofa: Hollywood star Jim Carrey, talking about new movie Dumb and Dumber 2, 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.
On Graham's sofa for a bumper festive edition of the show are Hollywood stars Ben Stiller, Ricky Gervais and Rebel Wilson, appearing in new film Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. Plus Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz from the upcoming remake of Annie, hard man of the Queen Vic, EastEnders' Danny Dyer and music and chat from the fabulous Usher.
Graham hosts a special New Year's Eve edition of the show.
Graham's guests are Meryl Streep, starring in the Sondheim musical film Into the Woods, and James McAvoy, treading the boards in The Ruling Class. Plus, music from Hozier.
The guests on Graham's sofa are national treasure Sir David Attenborough, football legend Gary Lineker and Oscar winning actress Jessica Chastain. Plus music from supergroup McBusted.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa are Dame Judi Dench and Slumdog Millionaire star Dev Patel talking about their new movie, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Plus, there is music from First Aid Kit.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa are: actress Julianne Moore, Oscar-nominated for her role in Still Alice as a professor with early onset Alzheimer's; Irish dancing king Michael Flatley, on his farewell tour of Lord of the Dance; top comedian Bill Bailey; and Cuba Gooding Jr, Oscar-winning star of Jerry Maguire, talking about the Martin Luther King movie Selma. Plus Gregory Porter and Laura Mvula performing Water Under Bridges.
The award-winning host continues his anarchic talk show. Expect the unexpected as top celebrity guests join in the fun with Graham and his irrepressible audience. Graham's guest include Jamie Dornan, starring in the much-anticipated movie Fifty Shades of Grey, comedy favourite Julie Walters in new drama Indian Summers, Episodes star Stephen Mangan at the National in Rules for Living and music from Charli XCX and Rita Ora who perform Doing It.
Guests include double Oscar winner Sean Penn, talking about his brilliant career and action thriller The balloonman; comic actress Celia Imrie, appearing in The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; and top comedian Ross Noble, about to join musical hit The Producers. Plus music and chat from Kelly Clarkson, who performs Heartbeat Song.
The award-winning host continues his anarchic talk show. Guests include sporting icon David Beckham, Hollywood star Will Smith, Australian actress Margot Robbie, starring in Focus, and Wolverine star Hugh Jackman, appearing in Chappie. Plus music from Noel Gallagher performing Ballad of the Mighty I.
Comic Relief special of the anarchic talk show. A host of celebrities join Graham Norton to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the iconic fundraiser. With guest comedians Jennifer Saunders, David Walliams, Jack Dee and Johnny Vegas, plus pop princess Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.
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.