Graham is joined by The Devil Wears Prada and Girl on a Train star Emily Blunt and American Office star John Krasinski, who appear together in new horror movie A Quiet Place, and Tom Holland, who is reprising the role of Spider-Man in new Marvel film Avengers: Infinity War. Pop star and actress Kylie Minogue performs her new single Stop Me from Falling, from the album Golden.
Graham is joined by Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Oscar-nominated star of Moonlight and James Bond Naomie Harris, starring together in monster movie Rampage, and Sherlock and The Hobbit star Martin Freeman, appearing in horror anthology Ghost Stories. Roger Daltrey performs his new single As Long as I Have You.
The host reviews trending news stories before catching up with Oscar-nominee Benedict Cumberbatch, who is playing Dr Strange in Avengers: Infinity War, Matt LeBlanc, who is playing himself in the final series of BBC Two's Episodes, and actress Maxine Peake who discusses her role as a '70s club comedian in Funny Cow. Plus, Mary Berry and Claudia Winkleman talk about new BBC One show Britain's Best Cook. Calvin Harris performs his new single One Kiss alongside Dua Lipa, while another bunch of intrepid audience members attempts to recount an anecdote from the dreaded red chair.
The host welcomes Pirates and Lord of the Rings star Orlando Bloom, to discuss West End productionhuger Joe, in which he plays a cop who moonlights as a hugger-for-hire. Comedy actor Stephen Merchant talks about voicing new animation Sherlock Gnomes, and SuRie performs the UK's Eurovision entry, Storm. Plus, another bunch of intrepid audience members recounts an anecdote from the dreaded red chair.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Stephen Mangan, who talks about his new TV show Hang Ups, and Emilia Fox and Johnny Vegas, who talk about sitcom Home from Home. Plus music from Jess Glynne who performs her new single I'll Be There.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa are Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin, starring together in irreverent superhero sequel Deadpool 2, sporting icon David Beckham, Bafta-nominated actor Vanessa Kirby and music legend Joan Armatrading, chatting and performing I Like It When We're Together from her new album.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Emilia Clarke, starring in Solo: A Star Wars Story; Gloria Estefan, who discusses a new show about her life and music called On Your Feet; former Doctor Who and star of Broadchurch David Tennant; and Phoebe Waller-Bridge who is also in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Plus music from Leon Bridges, who performs his new single Beyond.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Jeff Goldblum, who star together in new sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Plus music from Jake Shears, who performs Creep City.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Ethan Hawke, who stars in First Reformed, Toni Collette, starring in Hereditary, and Aidan Turner, who is in the West End with The Lieutenant of Inishmore. Jo Brand talks about her new film The More You Ignore Me.
Plus music from Liam Payne, who performs Familiar.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Olympic and world champion sprinter Usain Bolt, taking part in Soccer Aid 2018, Channing Tatum, talking about his new stage show Magic Mike Live, comedian Jennifer Saunders and her actress daughter Beattie Edmondson, starring together in Disney film Patrick, and Rob Brydon, who is starring in new British comedy Swimming with Men.
Plus music from Florence and the Machine, who perform Hunger.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Hollywood star Sandra Bullock, double-Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett, superstar singer-songwriter Rihanna, brilliant British actress Helena Bonham Carter, and Emmy and Golden Globe winner Sarah Paulson, all starring in the comedy heist movie Ocean's 8.
Plus music from Years & Years, who perform If You're Over Me.
The guests on Graham's sofa are Cher and Christine Baranski, who star in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again; Rupert Everett, who talks about directing, writing and starring in his new film about Oscar Wilde, The Happy Prince; and Natalie Dormer, who discusses Picnic at Hanging Rock. With music from Tom Odell, performing his new single If You Wanna Love Somebody.