The show returns to normal service with a stellar line-up of guests, both in-studio and connecting remotely. Joining Graham are Dolly Parton, Rupert Everett, Lolly Adefope, Riz Ahmed, Sara Pascoe and musical guest Róisín Murphy.
Among the guests joining Graham in the studio and remotely: Hollywood star Ewan McGregor, back on the road for his latest travelogue Long Way Up; dancer and presenter Ashley Banjo, promoting the new Diversity tour Connected; and music superstar Miley Cyrus, who chats and performs her current single Midnight Sky.
Joining Graham tonight are football manager Arsene Wenger, whose new autobiography is called My Life in Red and White, Hollywood star Samuel L Jackson, presenter of the documentary Enslaved: The Lost History of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, with his wife Latanya Richardson Jackson, actress and comedian Dawn French, promoting her new novel Because of You, and cricketer and Top Gear presenter Freddie Flintoff, whose new book Right, Said Fred mocks the absurdities of modern life. With music from recent Mercury Prize winner Michael Kiwanuka, who performs his current single, Light.
Among the guests in the studio and on video call: rock legend Bruce Springsteen, promoting new album Letter To You; Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, in the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca; comedian Mawaan Rizwan, appearing in the new season of Taskmaster; Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey, talking about Greenlights; and musical guest Sam Smith, who chats and performs current single Diamonds.
Among the guests joining Graham tonight: Irish actor and singer Jessie Buckley, starring in Charlie Kaufman's Netflix drama I'm Thinking of Ending Things; comedian Bill Bailey, taking the floor in this year's Strictly Come Dancing; and one of our most successful and best-loved children's authors, David Walliams. With music from Dermot Kennedy, who performs his current single Giants.
Among the guests joining Graham tonight: pop queen Kylie Minogue, who chats and performs her current single, Magic; British boxing champion Nicola Adams, currently dancing in this year's Strictly; and actors Josh O'Connor and Emma Corrin, playing Charles and Diana in the new series of The Crown.
Among the guests joining Graham tonight: actor Hugh Grant, starring in psychological thriller The Undoing; TV cook and food writer Nigella Lawson, talking about her new book Cook, Eat, Repeat; Hollywood stars Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey, voicing the new Disney animation Soul; and six-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams, starring in the latest film from Ron Howard, Hillbilly Elegy. With music from Dua Lipa, who performs her song Levitating.
Graham is joined by singer Mariah Carey, TV chef Nadiya Hussain, astronaut Tim Peake, Pointless presenter Richard Osman and singer-songwriter Gary Barlow, who chats and performs Incredible.
Graham is joined by Stephen Fry, Amanda Seyfried, Michael J Fox and Jamie Oliver, and there's a special appearance by Dolly Parton, who performs I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.
Graham is joined by Strictly's Claudia Winkleman, Derry Girls star Nicola Coughlan, comedian Lee Mack and McFly.
Graham is joined by George Clooney, Michael Sheen, David Tennant, Viola Davis and Vanessa Kirby, and Michael Ball and Alfie Boe perform Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
Among the guests joining Graham: Peep Show duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb, Oscar-winner Regina King, actor Anya Taylor-Joy and singer Olly Alexander. Plus music from singer-songwriter Yungblud.
Graham is joined by actors Keeley Hawes, Noel Clarke and Rebel Wilson and hit film-maker M Night Shyamalan.
Graham is joined by actors Carey Mulligan, Neil Patrick Harris, Camille Cottin and James Norton, and footballing legend and podcast host Ian Wright. With a performance of Love Is Back by Celeste.
Joining Graham: Sam Neill, in comedy drama 'Rams', actor Billie Piper, talking about her film 'Rare Beasts', James Nesbitt, in new series 'Bloodlands', comedian Andi Osho, promoting her debut novel 'Asking for a Friend', and music legend Tom Jones.
Joining Graham tonight: rock legend Dave Grohl, promoting the new Foo Fighters album Medicine at Midnight; actor Daisy Haggard, star of hit sitcom Back To Life; top comic Alan Carr, taking the helm as host of Interior Design Masters on BBC Two; and Sister Michael in Derry Girls, Siobhan McSweeney, new host of The Great Pottery Throw Down. With music from singer and podcaster Jessie Ware, who performs her new single Remember Where You Are.
Among the guests joining Graham tonight: Oscar-nominated Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya, in crime biopic Judas and the Black Messiah; Hollywood star Sienna Miller, talking about her surreal drama Wander Darkly; and Mayim Bialik (Blossom, The Big Bang Theory) starring in new Miranda-based sitcom Call Me Kat. With music from British singer-songwriter Arlo Parks, who performs her current single Caroline.
Graham is joined by actress Rosamund Pike, chef Gordon Ramsay, presenter Judi Love, Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville and Welsh rugby great Gareth Thomas.
Graham is joined by Kate Winslet, Stanley Tucci and rising British star Kingsley Ben-Adir. With music from Silk City featuring Ellie Goulding.
Graham is joined by Daisy Ridley, Bryan Cranston and Chiwetel Ejiofor. With music from Imelda May.
Graham is joined by actors Amy Poehler, Minnie Driver and Jennifer Garner. With music from singer-songwriter Tom Odell.
Graham is joined by actors Liam Neeson, Micheàl Richardson, Tahar Rahim and Cush Jumbo, comedian Rob Brydon, Dragon's Den's Deborah Meaden, and singer Laura Mvula.
Joining Graham tonight: Hollywood greats Octavia Spencer and Melissa McCarthy, together in superhero comedy Thunder Force; the co-stars of spy series Intelligence, David Schwimmer and Nick Mohammed; top comic Frank Skinner; and singer and star of RuPaul's Drag Race Michelle Visage, who chats and is joined by Steps to perform Heartbreak in This City.
Joining Graham tonight: Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise, reprising one of his greatest roles in Top Gun: Maverick; his Top Gun co-stars, Oscar winner Jennifer Connelly and Whiplash star Miles Teller; Oscar-nominated Brit Felicity Jones, talking about her romantic drama The Last Letter from Your Lover; Wunmi Mosaku, Bafta-nominated for her role in horror thriller His House; and top comic John Bishop, promoting his tour Right Here, Right Now. With music from Olly Alexander's Years & Years.