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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 21

1. Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Jack Whitehall, Gemma Whelan, Take That

First broadcast: Friday 7th April 2017

Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman rule out retirement, Jack Whitehall talks about an unlikely encounter with Steven Seagal, Gemma Whelan says being in Decline And Fall was a hoot and Take That perform live in the studio.

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2. Warren Beatty, Miranda Hart, Keeley Hawes, Peter Capaldi, Jennifer Hudson

First broadcast: Friday 14th April 2017

Warren Beatty debunks some of the myths about him, Keeley Hawes reveals a shameful moment from her youth, Peter Capaldi says three years as Dr Who is enough, Miranda Hart talks about singing and dancing, while Jennifer Hudson says she still likes to enter singing competitions.

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3. Harry Styles, Brendan O'Carroll, Vicky McClure, Rob Brydon

First broadcast: Friday 21st April 2017

Harry Styles in his frankest ever TV interview gives an exclusive and stunning performance of his new solo single, Brendan O'Carroll reveals that James Blunt is a lovely kisser, Vicky McClure says no character is safe in Line Of Duty, and Rob Brydon talks about his reluctance to take to the road.

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4. Goldie Hawn, Amy Schumer, John Boyega, Orlando Bloom, Lucie Jones

First broadcast: Friday 28th April 2017

Goldie Hawn says she feels maternal towards Amy Schumer; Amy talks about meeting Kurt Russell for the second time; Orlando Bloom says it was good getting muscular for his latest movie; and John Boyega reveals Orlando's words of advice; while Eurovision hopeful Lucie Jones performs live in the studio.

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5. Diane Keaton, Jessica Chastain, Kevin Bacon, Michael Fassbender, Gorillaz

First broadcast: Friday 5th May 2017

Diane Keaton puckers up for Graham, Jessica Chastain says her latest film was tough emotionally, Kevin Bacon talks about being recognised and Michael Fassbender demonstrates his breakdancing moves. Gorillaz perform live in the studio

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6. Guy Ritchie, Charlie Hunnam, Billie Piper, Jason Manford, Imelda May

First broadcast: Friday 12th May 2017

Charlie Hunnam says he was happy to get his kit off for King Arthur, Guy Ritchie reveals his love of his own films, Billie Piper chats about her new play, Jason Manford says his kids provide a lot of his comedy and Imelda May sings live in the studio.

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7. Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, Alan Cumming, Sheryl Crow

First broadcast: Friday 19th May 2017

Nicole Kidman says she is excited to be 50, Keith Urban reveals he was scared to ask Nicole out, Alan Cumming talks about his rather unconventional preparation for sex scenes and Sheryl Crowe says performing with Michael Jackson was surreal.

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8. Salma Hayek, Liam Payne, David Walliams, Ed Westwick, James Buckley

First broadcast: Friday 26th May 2017

Salma Hayek makes her feelings about Donald Trump very clear, Liam Payne reveals he was a hands on dad from day one, David Walliams jokes about Simon Cowell, while Ed Westwick and James Buckley talk about their new show White Gold.

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9. Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Zac Efron, Beth Ditto

First broadcast: Friday 2nd June 2017

Tom Cruise remains tight lipped over the plot of Mission Impossible 6 whilst promising thrilling stunts, Annabelle Wallis says watching Peaky Blinders with her dad was rather awkward, Zac Efron talks about improvising with Dwayne Johnson and Beth Ditto performs live in the studio.

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10. Anthony Joshua, Rachel Weisz, Martin Freeman, Greg Davies, Shawn Mendes

First broadcast: Friday 9th June 2017

Rachel Weisz talks about being a wild child, Anthony Joshua says he'd love to fight Klitschko again, Martin Freeman explains why he's turned down Question Time and Greg Davies chats about Man Down, while Shawn Mendes performs live in the studio.

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11. Mark Wahlberg, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland, Woody Harrelson, Andy Serkis, Alison Moyet

First broadcast: Friday 16th June 2017

Mark Wahlberg talks about Transformers, Sienna Miller says being in a play is scary, Tom Holland describes being Spiderman as surreal, Woody Harrelson chats about apes, Andy Serkis becomes an ape and Alison Moyet says people think she is a bag lady.

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12. Dame Judi Dench, Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Jamie Foxx, Haim

First broadcast: Friday 23rd June 2017

Judi Dench says she couldn't say no to Queen Victoria, Jamie Foxx talks about the perils of dating, Kirsten Wiig says she had no worries about going back to Despicable Me, Steve Carell reveals his children chose the voice of felonious Gru and Haim perform live in the studio.

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Highlights Special

First broadcast: Friday 30th June 2017

Graham introduces a compilation of highlights from the current series.