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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 18

1. Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Marion Cotillard, Bill Bailey, The Weeknd

First broadcast: Friday 25th September 2015

Matt Damon talks about his relationship with Ben Affleck, Jessica Chastain says Embarrassing Bodies is shocking, Bill Bailey recounts a story about a goose and The Weeknd performs live in the studio.

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2. Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway, Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hiddleston, The Shires

First broadcast: Friday 2nd October 2015

Robert De Niro explains the ending of Heat, Anne Hathaway says she is still intimidated by great actors, Kenneth Branagh reveals how nervous he was when he first worked with Judi Dench, while Tom Hiddleston talks about getting naked, and The Shires perform live in the studio.

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3. Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan, Nicole Kidman, Nigella Lawson, Gabrielle Aplin

First broadcast: Friday 9th October 2015

Meryl Streep says she could never stand for public office, Carey Mulligan confirms the baby rumours are true, Nicole Kidman reveals she suffered terrible stage fright and Nigella Lawson says it's lovely to be back on TV, while Gabrielle Aplin performs live in the studio.

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4. Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Dawn French, Chris O'Dowd, Rod Stewart

First broadcast: Friday 16th October 2015

Colin Farrell talks about his dodgy on screen hair, Rachel Weisz reveals she has a 'Mrs Daniel Craig' screen visor, Dawn French says her writing is now more grown up, Chris O'Dowd talks about his wife's celebrity crushes, and Rod Stewart says he's got his mojo back.

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5. Bond Special: Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris, Christoph Waltz, Sam Smith

First broadcast: Friday 23rd October 2015

The guests on Graham's sofa tonight: James Bond star Daniel Craig talks about the new Bond film Spectre; he's joined by Naomie Harris who plays Eve Moneypenny; Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz; and pop superstar Sam Smith, who chats and performs Writing's On The Wall in a live world exclusive.

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6. Maggie Smith, Alex Jennings, Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, Justin Bieber

First broadcast: Friday 30th October 2015

Maggie Smith says she's glad Downton is over and admits she's never watched it, Alex Jenning talks about playing duplicate Alan Bennetts, Bradley Cooper says he almost fainted preparing grouse, Sienna Miller reveals she was intimidated by Clint Eastwood and Justin Bieber says he and his music are growing up.

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7. Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, 50 Cent, Julie Walters, Ellie Goulding

First broadcast: Friday 6th November 2015

With X-Men and 12 Years a Slave star Michael Fassbender and Oscar winner Kate Winslet, co-starring in new Danny Boyle film Steve Jobs; rapper, actor and entrepreneur 50 Cent; national treasure Julie Walters, starring in period drama Brooklyn; and music from Ellie Goulding.

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8. Tom Hanks, Peter Capaldi, David Walliams, Duran Duran

First broadcast: Friday 20th November 2015

Tom Hanks talks about Woody's run in with Disney lawyers, Peter Capaldi says Doctor Who needs a new companion, David Walliams reveals his latest book was inspired by his son, and Duran Duran performs live in the studio.

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9. Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Radcliffe, James McAvoy, The Corrs

First broadcast: Friday 27th November 2015

Johnny Depp says visiting children in hospital means the world to him, Benedict Cumberbatch talks about being a husband and father, James McAvoy reveals how a romantic ride in New York didn't quite go to plan, and Daniel Radcliffe says he loves action roles, while The Corrs perform live in the studio.

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10. Chris Hemsworth, Ron Howard, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Bridges, Blake, Dame Shirley Bassey

First broadcast: Friday 4th December 2015

Lily Tomlin stays silent on her chat with Obama, Chris Hemsworth says Thor changed his life, Ron Howard says he is surprised by his success and Kevin Bridges confuses Lily with his accent, while Shirley Bassey and Blake perform live in the studio.

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11. Tina Fey, Kurt Russell, Josh Widdicombe, Sia

First broadcast: Friday 11th December 2015

Kurt Russell talks about Elvis, Tina Fey says she almost made Robert De Niro laugh, Josh Widdicombe talks about his Hobbit ambitions and Sia says she wants to reveal more of herself.

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12. Star Wars Special: Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Kylie Minogue, David Beckham

First broadcast: Friday 18th December 2015

Carrie Fisher reveals she spilt the beans some time ago on the Star Wars storyline, Daisy Ridley says the movie was emotional and John Boyega talk about Harrison Ford. Kylie says she is loved up for Christmas and David Beckham admits Alex Ferguson still has a hold over him.

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New Year Special: Jennifer Lawrence, Eddie Redmayne, Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Years And Years

First broadcast: Thursday 31st December 2015

Jennifer Lawrence says she hates New Year's Eve, Eddie Redmayne admits he threw up at Madonna's party, Will Ferrell talks about being naked, Mark Wahlberg says he's over enthusiastic where his kids' sports are concerned and Years & Years perform live in the studio.

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13. Ralph Fiennes, Tracey Ullman, James Nesbitt, James Bay

First broadcast: Friday 8th January 2016

Ralph Fiennes talks about Voldemort's wardrobe problems, Tracey Ullman says Judi Dench will kill her when she sees her new show, James Nesbitt reveals he almost turned down his OBE by mistake and James Bay performs live in the studio.

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14. Matthew Perry, Gemma Arterton, Miriam Margolyes, Jack Savoretti

First broadcast: Friday 15th January 2016

Matthew Perry says rumours of a Friends reunion are not true, Gemma Arterton says her family is not keen on her RADA accent, Miriam Margolyes says she often pretends to be Scottish and Jack Savoretti performs live in the studio.

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15. David Attenborough, Hugh Laurie, Olivia Colman, Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, Elle King

First broadcast: Friday 22nd January 2016

Ice Cube talks about the Oscars, Kevin Hart says he isn't surprised by the success of their movies, Olivia Colman talks about pregnancy while filming, Hugh Laurie says House is known pretty much everywhere, while Sir David Attenborough reveals he'd rather not think about being 90. Elle King performs live in the studio.

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16. Will Smith, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Zeta Jones, Toby Jones, Laura Mvula

First broadcast: Friday 29th January 2016

Will Smith talks about the Oscars and UK concerts, Ryan Reynolds confesses to smuggling, Catherine Zeta Jones reveals how she makes Michael celebrate her golfing wins, Toby Jones chats about Dad's Army and Laura Mvula performs live in the studio.

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17. Sir Elton John, Jack Black, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz

First broadcast: Friday 5th February 2016

Elton John hints at retirement to spend more time with his children, and Jack Black says he embarrasses his kids. Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and Penelope Cruz give a Blue Steel master class.

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18. Julianne Moore, Rebel Wilson, Ant & Dec, Little Mix

First broadcast: Friday 12th February 2016

Julianne Moore talks about finally winning an Oscar, Rebel Wilson admits to smelling Brad Pitt, Ant & Dec chat about Prince Charles, and Little Mix perform live in the studio.

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Series 18 trailer

New Celebs, New Season. Anything can happen...and probably will!

Featuring: Graham Norton.