Graham returns with a special lockdown series of his chat show. On his virtual sofa this week are singing superstar Michael Bublé, Daisy Haggard and Martin Freeman, the stars of dark family comedy Breeders, and, playing Chris Tarrant in Quiz, Michael Sheen, who gives Graham a masterclass in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Plus a home music performance from Brit award-winning Celeste and red chair stories from around the world.
The BAFTA-winning host is back, connecting to the world around him with his famous mix of star guests, jokes and stories, including the notorious red chair - now relocated to the comfort of your own armchair at home.
Graham is joined in his virtual studio by: Thor himself, Hollywood star Chris Hemsworth, appearing in new action-thriller Extraction; Phoebe Waller-Bridge, raising funds with the live stream of her Fleabag stage show; Oscar-nominated star of Withnail and I, Richard E Grant; and campaigning comedian Joe Lycett.
On Graham's virtual sofa: the King of Cool, actor Jeff Goldblum; Harry Potter star Imelda Staunton; cult documentary maker Louis Theroux; master mentalist Lior Suchard; and music from Brit-Award winner Mabel.
Joining Graham on his virtual sofa are Sandra Oh, who plays Eve Polastri in the hit spy thriller Killing Eve, comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan, together in new TV show Rob & Romesh Vs, reigning queen of Strictly Oti Mabuse; and Hunger Games star Stanley Tucci, talking about the book Dear NHS: 100 Stories to Say Thank You.
Among the guests on Graham's virtual sofa are: actor and comedian Will Ferrell, starring in new comedy film Eurovision; funny lady Miranda Hart; triple Oscar-nominated Mark Ruffalo, playing twin brothers in I Know This Much is True; and the stars of BBC drama Normal People, Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones. Plus a special home music performance by Pose star Billy Porter of his new single For What it's Worth.
Graham Norton is joined on his virtual sofa by pop superstar Katy Perry, American Office star Steve Carell and Fifty Shades star Dakota Johnson. And there's a home musical performance from the one and only John Legend.
Among the guests on Graham's virtual sofa: Hollywood star Josh Gad, talking about new musical animated sitcom Central Park, and Chewing Gum star Michaela Coel, discussing new BBC drama I May Destroy You.