Graham is joined by Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch and Rami Malek, all starring in the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die. Ed Sheeran performs his single Shivers.
Graham is joined in the studio by rock icon Dave Grohl, Paralympian Kadeena Cox, singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor and comedian Greg Davies. Music comes from Jack Savoretti.
Amongst the guests joining Graham in the studio tonight: Four Weddings star Andie MacDowell, talking about Netflix dramedy Maid; award-winning singer and star of Pose, Billy Porter; and pop group Texas, who perform their new single Unbelievable.
Joining Graham tonight: comedy legend Billy Connolly, talking about his autobiography Windswept & Interesting; Jodie Whittaker, starting her final series of Doctor Who; British Olympic champion diver Tom Daley; acting great Dame Eileen Atkins, promoting her memoir Will She Do?; and comedian and writer Sir Lenny Henry. Music comes from the mighty Coldplay, who perform their single My Universe.
Joining Graham in the studio tonight: Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne and Irish actress Jessie Buckley, together in Cabaret in the West End; comedian and writer Stephen Merchant; and Strictly star Motsi Mabuse. Plus music and chat from Elton John and Charlie Puth, who perform After All from Elton's The Lockdown Sessions.
Joining Graham tonight: Dame Judi Dench and Jamie Dornan, together in Kenneth Branagh's critically-acclaimed Belfast; Hollywood star Salma Hayek, making her Marvel debut in Eternals; and British rapper Tinie Tempah, hosting property show Extraordinary Extensions. With music from Jesy Nelson, who performs her new single Boyz.
Joining Graham tonight: the return of the irrepressible Miriam Margolyes, talking about her autobiography This Much is True; comic actor Paul Rudd, in Ghostbusters: Afterlife; legendary director Ron Howard, talking about his Hollywood memoir The Boys; Oscar winner Halle Berry, in new sports drama Bruised; and national treasure Stephen Fry, promoting his latest book Fry's Ties. Plus music from Gregory Porter, who performs Revival.
Joining Graham tonight: musical icon Lady Gaga, starring in Ridley Scott's House of Gucci; Frozen star Josh Gad, voicing new series Olaf Presents; celebrity chef Nadiya Hussain, promoting Nadiya's Fast Flavours; and Hollywood superstar Will Smith, who drops in for a chat. Plus music from Rod Stewart, who performs his single One More Time.
Joining Graham tonight: Hollywood superstar Will Smith, currently playing Venus and Serena Williams's father in King Richard, talking about his autobiography Will; TV host Richard Osman, whose new novel is The Man Who Died Twice; and the creator of the smash hit Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda, directing new musical drama Tick, Tick... Boom! Music comes from Yola, who performs Starlight from her album Stand for Myself.
Joining Graham tonight: Hollywood stars Tom Holland and Zendaya, starring together in Spider-Man: No Way Home; Superman Henry Cavill, returning to Netflix series The Witcher; and actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw, talking about new BBC series The Girl Before. With music from Little Mix, who perform Between Us.
Joining Graham tonight: Hollywood star Keanu Reeves, returning to his greatest sci-fi role in The Matrix Resurrections; Oscar-winning British actor Olivia Colman; fellow Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali taking the lead in futuristic drama Swan Song; and comedian Jack Whitehall, starring in new film Clifford the Big Red Dog.
Among the guests joining Graham tonight: Hollywood star Stanley Tucci, talking about his book My Life Through Food; TV chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver, promoting Together: Memorable Meals Made Easy; and top comic Romesh Ranganathan, new host of returning quiz show The Weakest Link. With music from Lil Nas X, who performs his current single That's What I Want.
Graham kicks off the new year with a sparkling line-up of guests, including Martin Freeman, star of new BBC police drama The Responder.
Graham is joined by Ricky Gervais, Ant and Dec, Cate Blanchett and Elvis Costello.
Joining Graham tonight: actor and director Kenneth Branagh, talking about his highly acclaimed biographical movie Belfast; Line of Duty star Vicky McClure, in new drama Trigger Point; Rachel Zegler, playing Maria in Steven Spielberg's new film adaptation of West Side Story; and comedian Rose Matafeo, returning with series two of her hit sitcom Starstruck. With music from Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé, who performs her new single Brighter Days.
Among the guests joining Graham tonight: Oscar winner Penelope Cruz and iconic Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, promoting their new film Parallel Mothers; and Scottish X-Men star James McAvoy, talking about the challenge of making the improvised thriller My Son.