Graham is joined by Olivia Colman, Nicholas Hoult, Keira Knightley and Guy Pearce. With music from Rita Ora, who performs a medley of hits from her current album Phoenix.
Guests on Graham's sofa include multi-Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper, pop superstar Lady Gaga, Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker, and double Oscar nominee Ryan Gosling. Plus, music and chat from the legendary Rod Stewart.
Together on Graham's sofa: comedy genius Rowan Atkinson, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, pop star Gary Barlow, and Hollywood king of cool Jeff Goldblum, who chats and performs 'Straighten Up and Fly Right' with Imelda May.
Graham's guests tonight are veteran comedian, actor and writer Whoopi Goldberg, The Fall and Fifty Shades star Jamie Dornan, Oscar-nominated actress and star of Gone Girl Rosamund Pike and singer and actor Harry Connick Jr. With music from South Korean boyband BTS, who perform Idol.
Graham is joined by Sir Michael Caine, talking about his memoir Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Lessons in Life, Hollywood star Chris Pine, starring in the Netflix movie Outlaw King, actor Rami Malek, who plays Freddie Mercury in Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, and double Oscar winner Sally Field, talking about her autobiography In Pieces. With music from Christine and the Queens, who perform their current single 5 Dollars.
Graham is joined by British stars Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law, who star in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, actress Melissa McCarthy, starring in comedy drama Can You Ever Forgive Me? and Oscar winner Emma Stone, who stars in the critically acclaimed historical romp The Favourite. With music from Rick Astley, who performs his current single Try.
Graham is joined by Claire Foy, starring in the crime thriller The Girl in the Spider's Web, Hollywood action hero Kurt Russell, playing Santa Claus in The Christmas Chronicles, comedian and writer David Walliams, presenting his new children's book The Ice Monster, and actor and comedian Lee Evans, back on the West End stage in a new Harold Pinter season. With music from Mumford & Sons, performing their new single Guiding Light.
Graham is joined by star of stage and screen Sir Ian McKellen, talking about his one-man stage show, Oscar-nominated actress Carey Mulligan, in new US drama Wildlife, Kingsman star Taron Egerton, playing Robin of Loxley in the new Robin Hood, and singing star Michael Bublé, who chats and performs I Only Have Eyes for You from his new album.
Guests include stand-up Joe Lycett, Olympic, Tour de France and world cycling champion Geraint Thomas, Oscar winner Nicole Kidman, who stars in the new crime thriller Destroyer, Stephen Fry, who talks about his latest adaptation of Greek myths, Heroes, and Ruth Wilson who discusses the new BBC drama Mrs Wilson.
With a musical performance from Take That.
Guests include Oscar-nominated actor and comedian Steve Carell, who stars in new fantasy drama Welcome to Marwen, national treasure Dawn French, who is making her panto debut in Snow White at the London Palladium, Black Panther star Michael B Jordan, who is reprising his boxing role in Creed 2, and actress Ruth Wilson, who discusses the new BBC drama Mrs Wilson.
Plus music and chat from Cheryl, who performs her new single Love Made Me Do it.
Graham is joined by Oscar-winning Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey, who talks about his new crime drama White Boy Rick, professional wrestler and actor John Cena, who stars in the new sci-fi action film Bumblebee, and chef Jamie Oliver, presenting his latest book, Jamie Cooks Italy. With music from Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus, who perform the single Nothing Breaks Like a Heart.
Graham is joined by actor Jason Momoa who stars in Aquaman and Bill Bailey who talks about his show Larks in Transit. With music from Little Mix who perform their single, Think About Us.
Featuring the stars of the new Mary Poppins Returns: star of The Devil Wears Prada and Sicario, Emily Blunt; Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda; James Bond and Paddington star Ben Whishaw; and star of Shutter Island and The Newsroom Emily Mortimer. With music from Boy George & Culture Club who perform Life.
Graham is joined by James McAvoy, Sarah Paulson, Richard E Grant, Steve Coogan and John C Reilly. With music from Westlife who perform their latest single.
With Triple Oscar-nominated Laura Linney, returning to the London stage in the critically-acclaimed My Name is Lucy Barton; Irish actor Saoirse Ronan (also three-times Oscar-nominated) playing the title role in Mary Queen of Scots; and rising star Timothée Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird) talking about his powerful addiction drama Beautiful Boy.
Graham is joined by by Dame Judi Dench and Sir Kenneth Branagh, who star as Anne Hathaway and William Shakespeare in All Is True, world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua, Swedish star Noomi Rapace, who stars in new action thriller Close and Greg Davies, who talks about the new series of Cuckoo. With music from Claire Richards, who performs These Wings.
Graham is joined by Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Banks, who talk about The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Jennifer Connelly, who stars in Alita: Battle Angel, and Paul Whitehouse, who discusses the Only Fools and Horses musical.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa tonight: star of stage and screen Sir Patrick Stewart, in fantasy adventure The Kid Who Would Be King; comedy genius Ricky Gervais, talking about dark new sitcom After Life; Chiwetel Ejiofor, director and star of the inspiring The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind; and music from Jack Savoretti, who performs his latest single Candlelight.
The host invites Oscar-nominee Felicity Jones and Hollywood star Armie Hammer to discuss their biopic On the Basis of Sex, which is based on the life and early cases of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Stephen Merchant talks about Fighting with My Family, a fact-based comedy drama set in the world of wrestling, in which he co-stars and directs. Plus, comedian Rob Beckett puts in a good word for his BBC One talent show All Together Now, Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man perform their current single Giant and more audience members try to recount an anecdote from the red chair.