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The Graham Norton Show

BBC One and BBC Two chat show hosted by Graham Norton. 405 episodes (26 series), 2007 - 2020. Stars Graham Norton.

Next new episode is on Friday at 10:35pm. Series 26, Episode 4
Catch-up on Episode 3 on BBC iPlayer
Recording at BBC Television Centre. Tickets

Press Clippings

Graham Norton Show earnings brought in £3.6m for host

His company So Television paid him £2.97million last year, down from £5.19million the previous year.

Simon Rushton, i Newspaper, 12th October 2019

Bow down: the Boss is in the house tonight. Yes, Bruce Springsteen, who's rarely seen touting his wares on a chatshow, joins Robert De Niro and Paul Rudd on the sofa. The magic comes when the celebrities entertain each other with stories, while Norton wisely sits back and listens.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 11th October 2019

Graham Norton: 'Toxic' Telegraph made me feel nauseous

Graham Norton has said he stopped writing for the Daily Telegraph because the newspaper's recent "toxic" political stances increasingly made him feel "nauseous".

Jim Waterson, The Guardian, 7th October 2019

Norton: viewers would be shocked at Schofield's wages

BBC chat show king says: 'What would really shock the public is to discover the (pay) disparity between ITV and BBC'.

Adam Sherwin, i Newspaper, 1st October 2019

In the first of a new series, a guest who has fabulousness etched through her like a stick of rock: Dame Helen Mirren, star of Catherine the Great. What's the betting she will get on famously with the equally divine RuPaul, promoting the new UK Drag Race? Also, Simon Reeve and music from singer Normani.

Ali Catterall, The Guardian, 27th September 2019

Graham Norton slams boring A-list guests

Graham singled out Mark Wahlberg for particular criticism - and admitted he was relieved when he "fell asleep" mid-interview.

Female First, 20th September 2019

Jack Whitehall to guest host The Graham Norton Show

Jack Whitehall is to guest host The Graham Norton Show on 17th May, as Graham Norton is presenting Eurovision.

British Comedy Guide, 1st May 2019

Comedy.co.uk Awards 2018 shortlist

The shortlisted TV and radio shows for the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2018 have been announced. 60 programmes are now in the running for the Comedy Of The Year title.

British Comedy Guide, 21st January 2019

For many years now Norton, a latter-day Russell Harty, has charmed anecdotes from guests - epitomised by Liam Neeson's recent account of how he became smitten with Helen Mirren on the set of Excalibur. Now, aided by Miriam Margolyes and Rob Brydon, he analyses what it takes to tell a good tale.

Mike Bradley, The Guardian, 4th January 2019

Guests on Graham Norton's 'red chair' sign disclaimers

Nervy BBC bosses are making guests on Graham Norton's 'red chair' sign disclaimers over fears they could break a limb.

The Sun, 30th December 2018