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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 15

1. Russell Crowe, Cameron Diaz, Kylie Minogue, Richard Ayoade

First broadcast: Friday 4th April 2014

Kyle Minogue reveals she had an epiphany about her career, Russell Crowe says he intimidates film directors, Cameron Diaz talks about intimate grooming and Richard Ayoade talks about directing 'proper' films.

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2. Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Paolo Nutini

First broadcast: Friday 11th April 2014

Andrew Garfield says he loves being Spiderman, Emma Stone reveals she never watches herself on screen, Jamie Foxx talks about his early career and Paulo Nutini sings live in the studio.

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3. Ricky Gervais, Ronnie Corbett, Juliette Binoche, Imelda May

First broadcast: Friday 18th April 2014

Juliette Binoche says appearing in Godzilla is a wink to her son, Ronnie Corbett reveals Stanley Kubrick wanted to cast him as an ape, Ricky Gervais talks about Derek and Imelda May sings live in the studio.

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4. Zac Efron, Seth Rogen, Matt LeBlanc, Ricky Wilson

First broadcast: Friday 25th April 2014

Matt LeBlanc says the number of British actors working in the US is unbelievable; Seth Rogan talks about parodying Kim Kardashian and her beau Kanye West; Zac Efron says women just scream at him; and Ricky Wilson of Kaiser Chiefs won't be drawn on returning to The Voice.

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5. Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Molly

First broadcast: Friday 2nd May 2014

Hugh Jackman reveals he had a close shave with Wolverines blades; Michael Fassbender says he owes his career to director Steve McQueen; and James McAvoy tells how he got out of shape for Filth. Eurovision hopeful Molly performs live in the studio.

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6. Stephen Mangan, Brenda Blethyn, Jean Paul Gaultier, Barry Manilow

First broadcast: Friday 9th May 2014

Brenda Blethyn talks about her Golden Globes fashion faux pas; Jean Paul Gaultier reveals Madonna was not the first to wear the iconic conical bra; while Stephen Mangan says he's playing Postman Pat to make his children happy; and Barry Manilow performs live in the studio.

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7. Dawn French, Kirsten Dunst, Bear Grylls, Conchita Wurst, Sam Smith

First broadcast: Friday 16th May 2014

Dawn French and Kirsten Dunst talk about kissing, Bear Grylls talks about near death experiences, Conchita Wurst reveals Elton John sent her flowers, and Sam Smith sings live in the studio.

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8. Julie Andrews, Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Pharrell Williams

First broadcast: Friday 23rd May 2014

Julie Andrews reveals how dangerous filming Mary Poppins was, Channing Tatum talks about fatherhood,
Jonah Hill flirts outrageously with Dame Julie and Pharrell Williams performs live in the studio.

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9. Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Charlize Theron, Seth MacFarlane, Coldplay

First broadcast: Friday 30th May 2014

Tom Cruise doesn't rule out Top Gun II, Emily Blunt says working with Tom was overwhelming, Charlize Theron talks about her first movie and Seth MacFarlane discusses his many alter ego voices. Coldplay performs live in the studio.

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10. Mark Ruffalo, Amanda Holden, Michael Sheen, Ed Sheeran

First broadcast: Friday 6th June 2014

Mark Ruffalo says Hulk fans were disappointed in him, Amanda Holden reveals Simon Cowell is a changed man, Michael Sheen talks about his big break, and Ed Sheeran performs live in the studio.

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11. Samuel L Jackson, Keira Knightley, Jenson Button, Kasabian

First broadcast: Friday 13th June 2014

Samuel L Jackson confirms he is not in the next Star Wars movie, Keira Knightley says she is a bit of a scruff, Jenson Button - via phone - reveals why he's not appearing on the sofa this week, and Kasabian perform live in the studio.

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12. Cheryl Cole, Don Johnson, John Bishop, Brendan O'Carroll, Chrissie Hynde

First broadcast: Friday 20th June 2014

Cheryl Cole reveals she and Louis Walsh are 'a little bit frosty', Don Johnson says the heat inspired his Miami Vice look, Brendan O'Carroll talks about Mrs Brown's success and John Bishop talks about his kids leaving home, while Chrissie Hynde performs live in the studio.

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Highlights Special

First broadcast: Friday 27th June 2014

Highlights from the current series of the talk show, with guests including Tom Cruise, Julie Walters, Matt Damon, Dame Julie Andrews and Bill Murray.