Together on Graham's sofa: Dame Helen Mirren, comedian and actor Jack Whitehall, author, adventurer and documentary-maker Simon Reeve, and the one and only RuPaul, bringing his hit show to the BBC in 'RuPaul's Drag Race UK'.
Together on Graham's sofa are Oscar-winning star Renee Zellweger, comedian and actor Lenny Henry, brilliant documentary maker Louis Theroux, and pop great Andrew Ridgeley, talking about his life and work with George Michael.
On Graham's sofa tonight: in a rare UK talk show appearance, Bruce Springsteen discusses his new documentary Western Stars. Robert De Niro talks about his role in Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, Sienna Miller talks about family drama American Woman and actor Paul Rudd talks about his new TV series Living with Yourself. Plus music from James Blunt, who performs Cold from his new album.
Together on Graham's sofa this week: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton discuss reuniting for Terminator: Dark Fate, and Debbie Harry and Nadiya Hussain talk about their new autobiographies. With music from DJ Spoony's Garage Classical featuring The Sugababes.
Jason Momoa, Emilia Clarke, Regina King and Ross Noble join Graham Norton on his sofa.
Aquaman star Momoa is in futuristic TV drama See, Game of Thrones' Clarke stars in romantic comedy Last Christmas, Oscar winner King is promoting HBO series Watchmen and top comic Noble is on tour with new show Humournoid. With music from Camila Cabello, who performs Liar.
Dame Julie is talking about her book Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years, Hollywood stars Witherspoon and Aniston perform together in new comedy drama series The Morning Show, and the irrepressible McKellen plays a con man in drama thriller The Good Liar.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight: Oscar winner Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter, joining The Crown as the Queen and Princess Margaret respectively; Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman, in new action thriller 21 Bridges; and comedian and actor Richard Ayoade, talking about his book Ayoade on Top. With music from Niall Horan, who performs Nice to Meet Ya.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa tonight are Hollywood star Elizabeth Banks, playing Bosley in the new Charlie's Angels movie, which she also wrote and directed; comedian Ricky Gervais, who is about to embark on a new world tour; and pop queen Kylie Minogue, who chats and performs a special version of her number one hit single Slow.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight: Hillary Clinton and her daughter Chelsea, co-authors of The Book of Gutsy Women; superstar chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver, whose latest cookbook is Veg; and comedian and actor David Mitchell, talking about his collection of satirical columns, Dishonesty is the Second-Best Policy. With music from Kesha, who performs her current single Raising Hell.
Graham is joined by two stars of the film Jumanji: The Next Level, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker, Michael Palin and singer Harry Styles.
Graham is joined by Oscar winners Dame Judi Dench and Jennifer Hudson, who talk about the new film version of Cats. Hollywood stars Hugh Grant and Matthew McConaughey discuss their new action thriller The Gentlemen. And everyone's favourite crooner Michael Buble drops in for a chat. Plus music guests Coldplay, with an exclusive performance from their new album Everyday Life.
Together on Graham's festive sofa: from the new blockbuster Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Daisy Ridley and John Boyega; Superman himself, Henry Cavill, in new fantasy drama series The Witcher; and Ruth Jones and Rob Brydon, reunited in the Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special. Plus music from Robbie Williams, performing a song from his new album The Christmas Present.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa tonight: Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming, together on the West End stage in Samuel Beckett's play Endgame; the irrepressible Miriam Margoyles, talking about the latest series of "Call the Midwife"; actor and writer Sharon Horgan, starring in inspirational real-life drama Military Wives; and singer-songwriter Craig David, performing a track from his classic album Born to Do It, released 20 years ago.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight: Hollywood stars Jamie Foxx and MIichael B Jordan, starring in legal drama Just Mercy; actor and comedian Jennifer Saunders, discussing new mystery thriller series The Stranger; and Sir Patrick Stewart, reprising his most famous role in Star Trek: Picard. With music from Michael Kiwanuka, performing Hero.
Together on Graham's sofa tonight, the stars of new fantasy adventure Dolittle, Iron Man Robert Downey Jr and Oscar-winner Emma Thompson. Also actor Hugh Laurie, who appears in The Personal History of David Copperfield, Monty Python's Terry Gilliam, director of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, and music from Sara Bareilles, performing She Used to Be Mine from her musical Waitress.
Oscar-nominated actor Margot Robbie promotes new DC superhero film Birds of Prey, Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith talk about their roles in romantic drama Queen & Slim, and Hollywood great Jim Carrey discusses starring as Doctor Robotnik in the new film based on Sonic the Hedgehog. Musical guest Lewis Capaldi performs his single Before You Go.
Together on Graham's sofa, Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo, in new legal thriller Dark Waters, Friends star David Schwimmer and British comedian and writer Nick Mohammed, together in new spy comedy Intelligence, and music from singer-songwriter Alicia Keys, who performs her new single Underdog.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa tonight: Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick, together in animated sequel Trolls World Tour, and singer-songwriter Sam Smith.