Together on Graham's first sofa of the new series: Hollywood star Matt Damon, and Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain (The Help, Zero Dark Thirty), starring in new blockbuster The Martian; top comic, musician and actor Bill Bailey; and music from The Weeknd, performing the summer hit Can't Feel My Face.
Together on Graham's sofa are Hollywood legend Robert De Niro and Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway, co-stars in new movie The Intern, director and actor Sir Kenneth Branagh, in the new season at the Garrick Theatre, and British star Tom Hiddleston, starring in supernatural horror Crimson Peak.
Plus music from hit country group the Shires.
Together on Graham's sofa are Hollywood legend Meryl Streep and Oscar-nominated British actress Carey Mulligan, co-starring in new British drama Suffragette, and Academy Award winner Nicole Kidman, currently winning rave reviews on the West End stage in Photograph 51. Plus domestic goddess Nigella Lawson and music from rising British star Gabrielle Aplin.
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.
A James Bond special, with guests Daniel Craig and Naomie Harris, who star as 007 and Miss Moneypenny 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 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.
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?
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.
Joining Graham on the sofa are double Oscar winner Tom Hanks, starring in new Spielberg Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies, Doctor Who actor Peter Capaldi, and comedian and writer David Walliams, with music from comeback kings Duran Duran.
Joining Graham on the sofa are Hollywood actor Johnny Depp and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch, starring together in new mobster film Black Mass, ex-Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe and X-Men star James McAvoy, starring in Victor Frankenstein. Plus music from The Corrs.
Joining Graham on the sofa are Thor star Chris Hemsworth, spearheading the new whaling movie In the Heart of the Sea, and its Oscar-winning director Ron Howard (Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind). Plus great American comedian and actress Lily Tomlin, Oscar-tipped for her role in Grandma, top comic Kevin Bridges, and music from Blake and Dame Shirley Bassey, who perform their Christmas single.
Joining Graham on the sofa are queen of 30 Rock, comedian and writer Tina Fey, who is starring with Amy Poehler in new film Sisters, The Hateful Eight star Kurt Russell (Escape from New York, Big Trouble in Little China) and Josh Widdicombe. Plus chat and music from Australian singer-songwriter Sia.
On Graham's festive sofa are: football legend David Beckham; from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Princess Leia herself Carrie Fisher and new stars Daisy Ridley and John Boyega; and pop superstar Kylie Minogue, who chats and sings.
Graham is joined on the show by Jennifer Lawrence, Eddie Redmayne, Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg and Years & Years.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa are double-Oscar-nominated star of stage and screen Ralph Fiennes and comedian and actress Tracey Ullman, returning to BBC1 with a brand new comedy show. Plus James Nesbitt. Plus music from singer-songwriter James Bay.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa are Matthew Perry, talking about life, work, being Chandler Bing in Friends and his West End playwriting debut The End of Longing, British actress Gemma Arterton, taking the role of the 17th century royal mistress in Nell Gwynn, and actor Miriam Margolyes, talking about new documentary series The Real Marigold Hotel. Plus music from Jack Savoretti, who performs Catapult.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight: rapper, music producer, actor and film-maker Ice Cube and actor and comedian Kevin Hart, starring in comedy action sequel Ride Along 2; House star Hugh Laurie and Broadchurch star Olivia Colman, together in The Night Manager; and broadcasting legend Sir David Attenborough. Plus, music from Elle King.
Graham is joined by Hollywood superstar Will Smith, starring in football drama Concussion, Zayn Malik talking about his own music, in his first appearance since leaving One Diection, Ryan Reynolds, reprising his superhero role in the new X-Men film Deadpool, and Catherine Zeta Jones and Toby Jones, co-starring in the hotly anticipated new film of Dad's Army. Plus music from Laura Mvula, who performs Overcome.
Graham chats to Sir Elton John, who performs Blue Wonderful from his new album Wonderful Crazy Night; Hollywood stars Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and Penelope Cruz, together in the hotly awaited Zoolander 2; and actor and comedian Jack Black, promoting fantasy adventure Goosebumps.
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.
Highlights from the series are shown.