The Graham Norton Show. Graham Norton. Credit: So Television, Christopher Baines
The Graham Norton Show

The Graham Norton Show

  • TV chat show
  • BBC One / BBC Two
  • 2007 - 2024
  • 494 episodes (31 series)

Comic chat show presented by Graham Norton. The biggest names in showbiz join the host on his sofa.

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The Graham Norton Show. Graham Norton. Credit: So Television, Christopher Baines

Key details

Chat Show
2007 - 2024
BBC One, BBC Two
494 (31 series), plus 33 highlights & other specials
Graham Norton
Rob Colley, Dan Gaster, Christine Rose, Simon Blackwell and Colin Swash
Steve Smith and Toby Baker
Jon Magnusson, Rina Dayalji, Mike Altman, Pete Snell, Alan Thorpe, Adam Read, Vicky Taylor, Kate Radcliffe and more

The biggest and funniest names in showbusiness join Graham for his unique blend of comically meaningful conversation, the best music and audience interaction, as he explores all aspects of the popular cultural universe.

Starting every show with his trademark monologue, Graham draws on years of experience as a polished stand-up. The pick of the UK's glitterati and Hollywood's finest should expect the unexpected as they take their place on his designer sofa. Meanwhile members of the studio audience expectantly await their chance to catch Graham's eye and perhaps achieve a certain kind of fame.

Series 1-5 consisted of 30-minute episodes (and the odd hour-long special), followed by a 45-minute version on the Sunday immediately following broadcast. These extended episodes were normally broadcast under the title The Graham Norton Show Uncut. As of Series 6, with the programme's move to BBC One, all episodes are now 45 to 50 minutes in length.

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Additional details

Also known as
  • Graham Norton's Big Red Chair
  • The Graham Norton Show Uncut
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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Thursday 22nd February 2007 at 10pm on BBC Two
Most recent repeats

Recording details

  • The London Studios - Normally recorded on Thursday before broadcast; occasionally on Wednesdays.
  • Television Centre - From April 2018
  • Zoom (Virtual) - During 2020 - 2021 Covid-19 lockdown

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