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Radio Times review

Oscar-winners Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway are on the sofa tonight to discuss their latest film: Interstellar, a space adventure of galactic proportions (it's nearly three hours long). Unlike in, respectively, Dallas Buyers Club and Les Misérables, their roles in this didn't require them to crash-diet - just to save an environmentally devastated Earth by travelling through a wormhole in space to find humankind a new home.

Hopefully making us feel less paranoid about the future are Graham's other guests - Lena Dunham, the creator of cult show Girls, and comedian Micky Flanagan.

Jane Rackham, Radio Times, 31st October 2014

Radio Times review

It's not long ago that Matthew McConaughey had become a byword for lightweight romantic comedies and going shirtless at every opportunity. But the role that recently won him a Golden Globe was lightweight in the literal sense: McConaughey shed three stone to play a rodeo cowboy dying of AIDS in The Dallas Buyer's Club.

The award put the icing on a remarkable return to the Hollywood A-list and tonight he discusses his comeback with Graham Norton while Alan Davies provides comedy cover and Sheryl Crow provides music.

David Butcher, Radio Times, 31st January 2014

Hollywood comes to Graham Norton's sofa as Matthew McConaughey - Golden Globe-winning star of the Oscar-nominated Dallas Buyers Club - joins Julianne Moore, whose new action thriller, Non-Stop, touches down in Britain at the end of next month. There's also a US vibe to the music with Sheryl Crow, while keeping the Union flag flying is Alan Davies, whose comedy career takes a quite interesting sporty turn this time next week when he hosts a Winter Olympics chatty guest show.

Carol Carter and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro, 31st January 2014