First broadcast: Monday 12th April 2010
Funnymen Stephen Merchant and Ricky Gervais take the comedy chair to discuss their new film, Cemetery Junction, and iconic actress Christina Ricci talks about life as one of Hollywood's quirkiest stars. Plus there's music from 19-year-old pop sensation Pixie Lott.
First broadcast: Monday 19th April 2010
It's ladies night for Graham as he is joined by Toni Collette, star of Muriel's Wedding and The Sixth Sense; TV's favourite call-girl, Billie Piper; and 'Britain's best young female comic', Shappi Khorsandi. Plus music from chart-topping band Scouting For Girls.
First broadcast: Monday 3rd May 2010
Graham is joined by: Hollywood actress and singing star Jennifer Lopez, who talks about her glittering career and latest film The Backup Plan; Doctor Who's new assistant Karen Gillan discusses life in the Tardis; and QI and Jonathan Creek star Alan Davies is in the comedy chair. Plus, there's music from Ben's Brother.
First broadcast: Monday 10th May 2010
Hollywood actress Brooke Shields talks about her controversial life and career, comedian Miranda Hart is in the comedy seat, and movie star Kevin Bacon chats and performs a musical number with his brother Michael. Plus Graham catches up with Irish twin sensations Jedward.
First broadcast: Monday 17th May 2010
Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber takes a break from the final rounds of Over the Rainbow to join Graham on his sofa, while top actress Minnie Driver drops in from Hollywood, Gavin & Stacey funny lady Ruth Jones takes the comedy chair, and there is music from the lovely Katie Melua.
First broadcast: Monday 14th June 2010
Actress and Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden makes her first appearance on Graham's sofa; there's comedy from the hilarious Bill Bailey; and music from ex-Destiny's Child Kelly Rowland, who performs her single Commander.
First broadcast: Monday 21st June 2010
Graham's guests are Absolutely Fabulous actress and campaigner Joanna Lumley, Hollywood star of Frasier, David Hyde Pierce, and Australia's hottest comedy duo Hamish and Andy. Fyfe Dangerfield performs She's Always A Woman.