First broadcast: Friday 28th October 2011
Joining Graham on his sofa are British actor turned Hollywood star James McAvoy, national treasure Joanna Lumley; top comic John Bishop; and dancing Italian Nancy Dell'Olio; With music from the Arctic Monkeys.
First broadcast: Friday 4th November 2011
Joining Graham on his sofa are Hollywood icon Johnny Depp, talking about his new film The Rum Diary; Oscar nominated actress Carey Mulligan, who is in the upcoming movie Shame; comedy superstar Ricky Gervais, who is introducing new series Life's Too Short; top stand-up Ed Byrne; and Snow Patrol, performing the single This Isn't Everything You Are.
First broadcast: Friday 11th November 2011
Joining Graham on his sofa are evergreen pop star Sir Cliff Richard; star of The Apprentice, Lord Alan Sugar; top comic Micky Flanagan; and X Factor judge Kelly Rowland, who performs Down for Whatever.
First broadcast: Friday 25th November 2011
First broadcast: Friday 9th December 2011
First broadcast: Friday 16th December 2011
Robert Downey Jnr reveals his horrible misjudgment on set, Jude Law refuses to show Graham his new hair cut, Alesha Dixon says she would rather be single, and Eddie Izzard says men dressing as women is bizarre.
Christmas Special: Matt Smith, Gillian Anderson, Russell Kane, Hilary Devey, Harry Judd, Dougie Poynter
First broadcast: Friday 23rd December 2011
A festive special featuring Time Lord Matt Smith, actress Gillian Anderson, top comic Russell Kane, Dragon lady Hilary Devey, Strictly champion Harry Judd, King of the Jungle Dougie Poynter and The Military Wives Choir.
First broadcast: Friday 6th January 2012
Graham's sofa features Hollywood hunk Gerard Butler, starring in the movie Coriolanus; Doctor Who assistant Karen Gillan; star of The Office, Sherlock and the upcoming The Hobbit movie, Martin Freeman; and Britpop icon Noel Gallagher, who also performs If I Had A Gun.
First broadcast: Friday 13th January 2012
Graham welcomes his dream guest to the sofa: the one and only Madonna. In a special show, the actor, singer and director discusses her remarkable life and career, and introduces her new film W.E. and its stars James D'Arcy and Andrea Riseborough. With music from Emeli Sandé.
First broadcast: Friday 27th January 2012
Joining Graham on the sofa are Hollywood great Liam Neeson, currently starring in The Grey; comedian Alan Davies; Star Trekking thespian Sir Patrick Stewart; and rising star Ed Sheeran, who performs his new single, Drunk.
First broadcast: Friday 3rd February 2012
First broadcast: Friday 10th February 2012
Judi Dench reveals she has given the kiss of life to a fish, Dev Patel talks about his mum and denies he is engaged, Sue Perkins talks about baking and eating and Will Young performs live in the studio.
First broadcast: Friday 17th February 2012
Daniel Radcliffe says he was nervous about his new film and talks about life after Harry Potter; Cuba Gooding Jr reveals he has banned his father from his film sets; Omid Djalili dances for Graham; and Sinead O'Connor performs live in the studio.
First broadcast: Friday 24th February 2012
Mark Wahlberg talks about having all his tattoos removed, Minnie Driver reveals she would like to move back to the UK, while Mark Watson talks about his tour and Christina Perri performs live in the studio and talks about the Brits.
First broadcast: Friday 2nd March 2012
First broadcast: Friday 9th March 2012
Gerard Depardieu reveals all about being caught short, Damien Lewis talks about dinner at the White House, Olly Murs says he did ask for Cheryl Cole's number and Dominic West says he has got away with not being buff.
First broadcast: Friday 16th March 2012
Hugh Grant talks about his love of Leveson and fast cars, Joanna Page says David Cameron is a sweet man, while Jo Brand talks about her surprise acting success and David Guetta confirms he is not dead.