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The Graham Norton Show

BBC One and BBC Two chat show hosted by Graham Norton. 433 episodes (28 series), 2007 - 2021. Stars Graham Norton.

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Series 14

1. Harrison Ford, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jack Whitehall, James Blunt

First broadcast: Friday 11th October 2013

Harrison Ford says he would like to star in a new
Indiana Jones film, Benedict Cumberbatch remains tightlipped on Sherlock, Jack Whitehall reveals he is huge fan of both Harrison and Benedict, and James Blunt performs Bonfire Heart.

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2. Paul McCartney, Katy Perry, James Corden, Natalie Portman, Chris Hemsworth

First broadcast: Friday 18th October 2013

Paul McCartney performs live in the studio and reveals being happy with Nancy inspired his latest album, Katy Perry says she's finally grown up, James Corden talks about singing opera and Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman chat about Thor.

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3. Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jennifer Saunders, Cher

First broadcast: Friday 25th October 2013

Robert Di Niro talks about playing a gangster, Michelle Pfeiffer says she looked like a hooker when she first met Robert, Jennifer Saunders talks about Viva Forever and Cher says she's at a difficult age.

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4. Elton John, Judi Dench, John Bishop, Jeremy Paxman

First broadcast: Friday 1st November 2013

Elton John says it's all about his children now, Judi Dench talks about the pressure of playing a living breathing person, Jeremy Paxman says politicians are odd, and John Bishop reveals he was flummoxed when he first met Judi.

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5. Lady Gaga, Jude Law, Greg Davies, June Brown

First broadcast: Friday 8th November 2013

Lady Gaga and June Brown cosy up on the sofa, Jude Law talks about being Dom Hemingway and Greg Davies apologies to his mother.

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6. Emma Thompson, David Tennant, Matt Smith, Robbie Williams, Jimmy Carr

First broadcast: Friday 22nd November 2013

Matt Smith and David Tennant refuse to be drawn on Doctor Who, Emma Thompson says she will never have cosmetic surgery, Robbie Williams reveals he was homesick for England and Jimmy Carr talks about performing for royalty.

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7. Colin Farrell, Jeremy Clarkson, Jo Brand, Sharon Osbourne

First broadcast: Friday 29th November 2013

Sharon Osbourne talks about plastic surgery and her split from Ozzy, Colin Farrell reveals his love of yoga and Mary Poppins, Jeremy Clarkson agrees he's an embarrassing father and Jo Brand says the scripts she gets are not appealing.

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8. Daniel Radcliffe, Harry Hill, Mary Berry, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cliff Richard

First broadcast: Friday 6th December 2013

Daniel Radcliffe says he won't take a break from acting; Mary Berry discusses fashion; Harry Hill talks about Simon Cowell; Andrew Lloyd Webber says his new musical stirred up a hornet's nest; and Cliff Richard talks about retirement.

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9. Ben Stiller, Jamie Oliver, Martin Freeman, Rebecca Ferguson

First broadcast: Friday 13th December 2013

Ben Stiller talks about a Zoolander sequel, Martin Freeman compares The Hobbit to Sherlock, Jamie Oliver says he used to get on with Gordon Ramsey and Rebecca Ferguson performs live in the studio.

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10. Julie Walters, Miranda Hart, Len Goodman, Tinie Tempah

First broadcast: Friday 20th December 2013

Julie Walters talks about being recognised, Miranda Hart says her stand-up tour is crazy, Tinie Tempah reveals his house has been blessed, while Len Goodman won't be drawn on who's going to win Strictly.

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New Year Special: Monty Python, Anchorman 2, Joan and Jackie Collins, Frank Skinner, Michael Bublé

First broadcast: Tuesday 31st December 2013

Will Ferrell and his co-stars chat about Anchorman 2, The Pythons talk about reuniting, Joan and Jackie Collins say they see each other all the time, Michael Bublé tells how he laughed his way through his son's birth and Frank Skinner says he likes a good argument.

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11. Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Carey Mulligan, Jonah Hill, Jake Bugg

First broadcast: Friday 10th January 2014

Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro talk boxing, Carey Mulligan says she was reluctant to kiss Leonardo Di Caprio, Jonah Hill says Dustin Hoffman told him he wouldn't win an Oscar and Jake Bugg performs live in the studio.

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Highlights Special

First broadcast: Friday 3rd January 2014

Highlights from the current series of the chat show, with a host of stars.


12. Idris Elba, Olivia Colman, Lena Dunham

First broadcast: Friday 17th January 2014

Idris Elba talks about Nelson Mandela, Olivia Colman says winning two BAFTAs was a bit overwhelming, Lena Dunham reveals she's not great at sex scenes and Keane confirm the band is taking a break.

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13. Keira Knightley, Kenneth Branagh, Thierry Henry, Lee Mack, Katy B

First broadcast: Friday 24th January 2014

Keira Knightley talks about being too pretty, Kenneth Branagh says receiving his knighthood was terrifying, Thierry Henry talks about managing Arsenal and Lee Mack reveals what he said to Prince William. Katy B performs live in the studio.

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14. Matthew McConaughey, Julianne Moore, Alan Davies, Sheryl Crow

First broadcast: Friday 31st January 2014

Matthew McConaughey talks about his massive weight loss, Julianne Moore says she gets a lot of backhanded compliments, Alan Davies talks about being mistaken for someone off the telly, and Sheryl Crow performs live in the studio.

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15. Toni Collette, Gary Oldman, Nick Frost, London Grammar

First broadcast: Friday 7th February 2014

Gary Oldman talks about brushing up his English to play a Brit, Toni Collette reveals meeting Madonna was embarrassing and Nick Frost says he hates being asked to dance. British indie band London Grammar perform live in the studio.

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16. Matt Damon, Bill Murray, Hugh Bonneville, Paloma Faith

First broadcast: Friday 14th February 2014

Matt Damon, Bill Murray and Hugh Bonneville talk about their new movie, while Paloma Faith joins in the mayhem.

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17. Dominic Cooper, Lily Allen, Miriam Margolyes

First broadcast: Friday 21st February 2014

Lily Allen reveals the name of her new album, Dominic Cooper talks about cross-dressing and the extraordinary Miriam Margolyes joins in the fun.

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18. Ant & Dec, Jamie Dornan, Aaron Paul, Naomi Campbell, Ellie Goulding

First broadcast: Friday 28th February 2014

Ant & Dec talk about their 25-year friendship, Jamie Dornan says Fifty Shades of Grey has changed him physically, Aaron Paul talks about leaving Breaking Bad, Naomi Campbell denies being a diva and Ellie Goulding says performing for William and Kate was unreal.

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