First broadcast: Friday 5th February 2010
First broadcast: Friday 12th February 2010
First broadcast: Friday 19th February 2010
Jonathan Ross presents another edition of the current series. His guests are: actor Colin Farrell, Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova, comedian Jason Manford and chatting and performing, the biggest rapper on the planet, Jay-Z.
First broadcast: Friday 26th February 2010
Jonathan guests are: Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp; Hollywood director Tim Burton; chatting, and with an exclusive performance of Love Never Dies, maestro Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber; and, in her first TV appearance in ten years, Sade.
First broadcast: Friday 2nd April 2010
American comedienne and star of 30 Rock, Tina Fey joins Jonathan this week; along with chef Heston Blumenthal, who's menu includes snail porridge and penguin soufflé (only one of those was made up) and Araron Johnson, who isn't on the menu at The Fat Duck - yet.
First broadcast: Friday 23rd April 2010
Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore and Robert Downey Jr chat to Jonathan Ross via satellite and Jeremy Clarkson and Pineapple Dance Studios' Louie Spence join Jonathan in the studio. There's also music from Paul Weller, who performs tracks from his new album.
First broadcast: Friday 30th April 2010
If you struggled with the three Rs at school, spare a thought for Rossy tonight when he introduces Russell, Reginald and Rascal. For the ladies, there's some male eye candy in the apparently lovely shape of David Gandy.
First broadcast: Friday 14th May 2010
Music and quick-witted celebrity chat with everyone's favourite Friday-night host. Tonight's guests are Hot Fuzz star Nick Frost; Alexandra Burke and actor Warwick Davis; and there's music from Ellie Goulding.
First broadcast: Friday 21st May 2010
Despite not being associated with Addison Cresswell, comedian Ross Noble manages to find himself a space on the Ross sofa this week. There's room too for professional potato-based snack salesman Gary Lineker and Mary Portas, the Queen of Shops. Music from badly drawn boys Gorillaz.
First broadcast: Friday 28th May 2010
Music and quick-witted celebrity chat with everyone's favourite Friday-night host. Tonight's guests are Jeff Goldblum, Precious star Gabourey Sidibe and Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges. Plus there's music from Pendulum.
First broadcast: Friday 11th June 2010
If you are of the Mail persuasion, the sight of Frankie Boyle and Jonathan Ross together may well convince you that decent society has collapsed. It hasn't and Katherine Heigl should provide reassurance. Music from (not David) Diddy.
First broadcast: Friday 18th June 2010
If you live in a world of 'LOL' and 'OMG', the appearance of three members from the cast of Glee may very well delight you, IMHO. If you can remember when English was written proper, like, there's Tom Hardy, Al Green and the Scissor Sisters. FTW.
First broadcast: Friday 25th June 2010
If you had a plank of wood and a piece of string, you'd probably make a swing for a sturdy tree in the garden. Seasick Steve would make a musical instrument to play in front of thousands at Glastonbury. Jonathan's other guests are comedian Sean Lock and Aussie popstrel Kylie Minogue.
First broadcast: Friday 2nd July 2010
If you want an Australian to make you laugh, there are two options: the first is to watch Tim Minchin who joins Jonathan tonight. The other is to watch their cricket team trying to beat England - hours of hilarity! Elle Macpherson is also Australian and easier on the eye than Ricky Ponting. Robin Williams and Mark Ronson add a boomerang-free flavour to the proceedings.
First broadcast: Friday 9th July 2010
Comedy from Jonathan's tennis bitch Jimmy Carr; magic and silence from Penn & Teller (respectively) and Canadian actress Ellen Page, who appeared in Juno, Inception and Trailer Park Boys. If you're inclined to throw your knickers at the television when Sir Tom Jones appears, remember to remove yourself from them first.
First broadcast: Friday 16th July 2010
After 9 years, 18 series, 275 shows, 811 guests & bands, 4 poofs and 1 piano, the final curtain falls on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross. Sending Lord Goo Goo on his way (to ITV1) are David Beckham, Mickey Rourke, Jackie Chan and the smoothest band of them all, Roxy Music. Farewell, Wossy.