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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 26

1. Helen Mirren, Jack Whitehall, Simon Reeve, RuPaul, Alphabeat

First broadcast: Friday 27th September 2019

Helen Mirren talks about her drag experiences, RuPaul gives Helen and Jack drag names, Jack Whitehall talks about working out with The Rock, Simon Reeve says his one man show turned out much bigger than he expected, and Alphabeat perform live in the studio.

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2. Renée Zellweger, Lenny Henry, Louis Theroux, Andrew Ridgeley, Elbow

First broadcast: Friday 4th October 2019

Renée Zellweger talks about being Judy Garland; Lenny Henry says he accepted his knighthood because of his mum; Louis Theroux reveals his wife wasn't overly impressed with his initial literary attempt; Andrew Ridgeley praises his best friend George Michael]; and Elbow perform live in the studio.

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3. Bruce Springsteen, Robert De Niro, Sienna Miller, Paul Rudd, James Blunt

First broadcast: Friday 11th October 2019

Bruce Springsteen says how frightened he was on his first trip to London, Robert De Niro talks about Donald Trump, Sienna Miller talks about playing her first solo lead role, Paul Rudd reveals two rather awkward moments with Jennifer Aniston and James Blunt performs live in the studio.

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4. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Debbie Harry, Nadiya Hussain

First broadcast: Friday 18th October 2019

Arnold Schwarzenegger says he would have liked to run for President, Linda Hamilton reveals she almost turned down the role of Sarah Connor, Debbie Harry muses on fame and success, Nadiya Hussain says it's important to be a role model, and DJ Spoony and The Sugababes perform with the Ignition Orchestra live in the studio.

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5. Jason Momoa, Emilia Clarke, Regina King, Ross Noble, Camila Cabello

First broadcast: Friday 25th October 2019

Jason Momoa says Aquaman will be back, Emilia Clarke talks about meeting Beyoncé, Regina King reveals she feared she would always be cast as a wife, Ross Noble jokes about his Olivier nomination and Camila Cabello performs live in the studio.

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6. Julie Andrews, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Ian McKellen, Dua Lipa

First broadcast: Friday 1st November 2019

Julie Andrews says she didn't feel worthy of her Oscar, Jennifer Aniston says it was so much fun playing an angry character, Reese Witherspoon talks about how Legally Blonde changed her life, Ian McKellen jokes about partying in Berlin and Dua Lipa performs live in the studio.

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7. Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham Carter, Chadwick Boseman, Richard Ayoade, Lady Glenconner, Niall Horan

First broadcast: Friday 8th November 2019

Oliva Colman says she doesn't remember Oscar night, Helena Bonham Carter talks about her psychic encounter with Princess Margaret, Chadwick Boseman talks about channelling James Brown, Richard Ayoade jokes about Gwyneth Paltrow, Lady Glenconner talks about her memoir and Niall Horan performs live in the studio.

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8. Kylie Minogue, Elizabeth Banks, Ricky Gervais, Lewis Hamilton

First broadcast: Friday 22nd November 2019

Lewis Hamilton reveals his motivation to keep driving, Elizabeth Banks talks about Charlie's Angels, Kylie Minogue says that doing Glastonbury was utterly surreal and Ricky Gervais jokes about presenting the Golden Globes.

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9. Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, Jamie Oliver, David Mitchell, Kesha

First broadcast: Friday 29th November 2019

Hillary Clinton talks about the possibility of running for US President again, Chelsea Clinton reveals what it was like being thrust onto the world stage aged 12, Jamie Oliver says closing his restaurants was heart breaking, David Mitchell jokes about his new book, and Kesha performs live in the studio.

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10. Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jodie Whittaker, Michael Palin, Harry Styles

First broadcast: Friday 6th December 2019

Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart talk about Jumanji, Jodie Whittaker says the new Doctor Who is very ambitious, Michael Palin reveals that filming in North Korea was difficult, and Harry Styles performs live in the studio.

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11. Judi Dench, Jennifer Hudson, Hugh Grant, Matthew McConaughey, Michael Bublé, Coldplay

First broadcast: Friday 13th December 2019

Dame Judi Dench says she thinks Idris Elba might be the next Bond, Jennifer Hudson talks about the emotion of singing, Matthew McConaughey jokes about Britishisms he learnt, Hugh Grant says he couldn't resist playing a detective for a tabloid newspaper, Michael Bublé reveals he starts Christmas in October and Coldplay perform live in the studio.

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Christmas Special: Henry Cavill, Ruth Jones, Rob Brydon, Daisy Ridley, Robbie Williams

First broadcast: Friday 20th December 2019

Henry Cavill talks about doing his own stunts; Ruth Jones says she feels very empowered by Nessa; Rob Brydon says the new Gavin & Stacey is the happiest job he has ever done; Daisy Ridley reveals how emotional the last day of filming Star Wars was; and Robbie Williams performs live in the studio.

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New Year Special: Tom Hanks, Motsi Mabuse, Stephen Graham, Matthew Rhys, Florence Pugh, Anthony Joshua, Melanie C

First broadcast: Tuesday 31st December 2019

Tom Hanks channels his latest role as Mr Rogers; Matthew Rhys says their movie together is all about him; Motsi Mabuse reveals that she didn't think her sister would win Strictly; Florence Pugh says being in Little Women was a 'pinch me' moment; Stephen Graham talks about the awkward moment he met Joe Pesci; Anthony Joshua says he'd rather fight Deontay Wilder than Tyson Fury; and Melanie C talks about The Spice Girls touring again.

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Highlights Special: Graham Norton's Good Show Business Guide

First broadcast: Friday 3rd January 2020

Sometimes the best thing in a talk show is the business in-between. Here, some of the world's biggest stars prove they can do so much more than chat when they are on the famous red sofa. Examples include Tom Cruise directing a dangerous action sequence with members of the audience, Margot Robbie demonstrating her tattooing skills, Chris Pratt showing off his magic tricks, Will Smith and Kevin Hart motivating the people. Plus, Taylor Swift faces the massed ranks of her Twitter fans, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson delivers his well-known catchphrase in style, Tom Hanks reprises his most famous role and Olivia Colman showcases her majestic voice.

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15. Daniel Radcliffe, Alan Cumming, Miriam Margolyes, Sharon Horgan, Craig David

First broadcast: Friday 10th January 2020

Miriam Margolyes says she loves Call The Midwife, Daniel Radcliffe says he was mistaken for a homeless person, Alan Cumming talks about the downside of being a superhero, Sharon Horgan sheds light on Catastrophe's dark ending and Craig David performs live in the studio.

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16. Jamie Foxx, Michael B Jordan, Jennifer Saunders, Patrick Stewart, Michael Kiwanuka

First broadcast: Friday 17th January 2020

Sir Patrick Stewart reveals he didn't want to say yes to Captain Picard again, Michael B Jordan and Jamie Foxx talk about the real story behind their new movie, Jennifer Saunders jokes about straight acting, and Michael Kiwanuka performs live in the studio.

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17. Robert Downey Jr., Emma Thompson, Hugh Laurie, Terry Gilliam, Sara Bareilles

First broadcast: Friday 24th January 2020

Robert Downey Jr. talks about the end of Iron Man, Emma Thompson reveals she almost lost her husband to Kate Winslet, Hugh Laurie talks about David Copperfield, Terry Gilliam pays tribute to Terry Jones and Sara Bareilles performs live in the studio.

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18. Margot Robbie, Daniel Kaluuya, Jodie Turner-Smith, Jim Carrey, Lewis Capaldi

First broadcast: Friday 31st January 2020

Margot Robbie talks about girl power, Jim Carrey says his new book explains who he is, Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith talk about Queen & Slim, and Lewis Capaldi performs live in the studio.

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19. Mark Ruffalo, David Schwimmer, Nick Mohammed, Tamsin Greig, Alicia Keys

First broadcast: Friday 7th February 2020

Mark Ruffalo hints at more Marvel films, David Schwimmer talks about Friends, Nick Mohammed admits to never having seen any superhero films, Tamsin Greig reveals she's never seen Friends and Alicia Keys performs live in the studio.

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20. Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Oti Mabuse, Alan Carr, Sam Smith

First broadcast: Friday 14th February 2020

Justin Timberlake says he may release some new music soon; Anna Kendrick talks about her embarrassing Gogglebox encounter; Oti Mabuse talks about The Greatest Dancer; Alan Carr reveals why he doesn't want to be on Strictly; and Sam Smith performs live in the studio.

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Graham Norton's Children In Need Red Chair Special

Graham Norton is joined by three kids to help him pull the lever on the Big Red Chair.

Featuring: Anneka Rice, Graham Norton, Sophie Raworth, Tom Allen, Sara Cox, Alex Jones, Danny Rose.