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The Jonathan Ross Show

ITV chat show hosted by Jonathan Ross. 202 episodes (17 series), 2011 - 2021. Stars Jonathan Ross.

Returns in September.

Series 7

1. Sir David Attenborough, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B, Steve Carell

First broadcast: Saturday 18th October 2014

Joining Jonathan this week are the legendary Sir David Attenborough; Cheryl Fernandez-Versini in her first interview since getting married; fellow The X Factor judge, the fabulous Mel B; and the star of Anchorman, The 40 Year Old Virgin and Despicable Me, one of Hollywood's finest comedy actors, Steve Carell. There's also music from one of the biggest artists of 2014, Paolo Nutini.


3. Keira Knightley, Paul Hollywood, Gareth Thomas, Paul Merton

First broadcast: Saturday 1st November 2014

Jonathan welcomes film star Keira Knightley, Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood, Welsh rugby hero and gay icon Gareth Thomas, and Have I Got News For You's Paul Merton. There is also music from one of this year's biggest bands, London Grammar.


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4. Frank Skinner, Stanley Tucci, Natalie Dormer, Lily Allen

First broadcast: Saturday 8th November 2014

This week Jonathan welcomes top comedian Frank Skinner and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 stars Stanley Tucci and Natalie Dormer. There is music and chat from the outspoken princess of pop Lily Allen.


5. Gordon Ramsay, Michael Palin, Katherine Jenkins, Carey Mulligan, Kasabian

First broadcast: Saturday 15th November 2014

Jonathan welcomes top TV chef Gordon Ramsay, comedy legend Michael Palin, singing sensation Katherine Jenkins and the star of Inside Llewyn Davis, the award-winning actor Carey Mulligan. Music comes from one of the UK's biggest bands, Kasabian.


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6. Lee Evans, Noel Gallagher, Jack Whitehall, Sheila Hancock, Boyzone

First broadcast: Saturday 22nd November 2014

Jonathan welcomes stand-up comedian Lee Evans, singer Noel Gallagher, actor Sheila Hancock, and comedian/actor Jack Whitehall. There is music from one of the most successful boy bands ever, Boyzone.

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7. Barry Manilow, Jessica Ennis-Hill, James McAvoy, Sarah Millican, Phillip Schofield

First broadcast: Saturday 29th November 2014

With music legend Barry Manilow - for a chat and a performance, and also talks to Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill, X-Men and Atonement star James McAvoy, TV and stand-up comedian Sarah Millican, and one of Britain's best loved presenters Phillip Schofield.


8. Miranda Hart, Jeremy Clarkson, Martin Freeman, Ella Henderson

First broadcast: Saturday 6th December 2014

Jonathan's guests are Call the Midwife star and comedian Miranda Hart, outspoken Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson, and Sherlock and The Hobbit star Martin Freeman. Music is provided by former X Factor star Ella Henderson, whose debut album and single went straight in at number one.


9. James Corden, Jon Hamm, Boris Johnson, Keith Lemon, Tulisa Contostavlos, Paloma Faith

First broadcast: Saturday 13th December 2014

Jonathan's guests this week are actor and comedian James Corden, Mad Men's Jon Hamm, London mayor Boris Johnson, Through The Keyhole host Keith Lemon and former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos who opens up about a controversial year. There is also music from chart-smashing style queen Paloma Faith.


10. David Walliams, Peter Capaldi, Jimmy Carr, Ed Sheeran, Idina Menzel

First broadcast: Saturday 20th December 2014

Finishing the current series with a festive edition, Jonathan welcomes David Walliams; the star of Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi; the incredibly funny Jimmy Carr and 2014's biggest selling solo artist, Ed Sheeran, will be chatting and performing. There's also music from one of the brightest names on Broadway and the star of Disney's Frozen, Idina Menzel.


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