The Graham Norton Show
2007, 22 seasons to date
Comedy / Talk-Show
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John Cleese and Kevin Pietersen are on to promote their autobiographies. Taylor Swift talks about her latest album. Taylor and John tell tales about their mothers and cats. Neil Diamond chats and performs a song from his latest album.
Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr. are on to promote The Judge (2014) and Stephen Fry is promoting the latest volume of his autobiography. Duvall tells stories about The Godfather (1972) and a flat he shared with Dustin Hoffman. Stephen talks about when Prince Charles came for Christmas Lunch. U2 perform a song from their latest album Songs of Innocence.
Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen discuss their roles in the new Avengers film, Age of Ultron. Comedian Josh Widdicombe, from the UK series The Last Leg, talks about his new show, his latest tour and being a former writer for the Dora the Explorer comic. The group Blur sings Lonesome Street from the album The Magic Whip.
Kit Harrington talks about his lead role in the new movie Spooks and as Jon Snow in King of Thrones. Kit also relates his ancestry to the inventor of the flushing toilet. Matt LeBlanc discusses his series Episodes, and sings a portion of songs from his role as Joey on Friends. Rebel Wilson tells us about her great Aunt marrying Walt Disney, she discusses her new movie Pitch Perfect 2, then shows she is proficient in using nunchucks. Kit, Matt and Rebel compare meeting different British Royalty. Mumford and Sons sing The Wolf from their album, Wilder Mind.
Meryl Streep and Carey Mulligan talk about their upcoming movie Suffragette (2015); Nicole Kidman talks about her West End play "Photograph 51"; Nigella Lawson talks about her new cook book and her new BBC Two TV show "Simply Nigella"; Gabrielle Aplin performs her single "Sweet Nothing".
Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz talk about their upcoming movie The Lobster (2015); Dawn French discusses her new book "According to Yes" and one woman show "30 Million Minutes", which she is bringing to London's Vaudeville Theater; Chris O'Dowd talks about his upcoming Lance Armstrong biopic The Program (2015); Rod Stewart talks about his upcoming album "Another Country" and performs his single "Love Is".
Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant talk about their upcoming movie Florence Foster Jenkins (2016); Keeley Hawes discusses her upcoming drama series The Durrells in Corfu (2016) and the return of her character in Line of Duty (2012); musical duo Joe Woolford and Jake Shakeshaft perform their Eurovision single "You're Not Alone".
Dame Joan Collins discusses her new novel "The St. Tropez Lonely Hearts Club"; Richard Madden and Lily James talk about reuniting for Kenneth Branagh's upcoming stage production of Romeo and Juliet; Paul Hollywood tells about his upcoming series "Paul Hollywood City Bakes" and its accompanying book; pop-rock band DNCE perform their hit single "Cake by the Ocean".
Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner discuss their upcoming sci-fi movie Arrival (2016); Amy also talks about her upcoming thriller Nocturnal Animals (2016); Chris O'Dowd talks about his upcoming Netflix comedy Mascots (2016); Niall Horan performs his first solo single "This Town".
Tom Cruise and Cobie Smulders talk about their upcoming thriller Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016); Jude Law discusses his upcoming series The Young Pope (2016); Catherine Tate promotes her upcoming stand-up tour; Kings of Leon perform their newest single "Waste a Moment".
Irish comedian Brendan O'Carroll talks about his new series All Round to Mrs. Brown's (2017); actress Vicky McClure talks about her series Line of Duty (2012) and its current fourth season; Welsh actor and comedian Rob Brydon discusses The Trip (2010), his series with Steve Coogan, and its third season, "The Trip to Spain"; singer-songwriter Harry Styles performs his solo debut single "Sign of the Times".
Hollywood legend Goldie Hawn and comedian Amy Schumer promote their upcoming comedy Snatched (2017); Orlando Bloom talks about his upcoming action thriller Unlocked (2017) and upcoming adventure sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017); John Boyega discusses his upcoming stage play "Woyzeck"; Lucie Jones performs "Never Give Up on You", the UK's Eurovision 2017 entry.
Hollywood legend Jane Fonda talks about the special event "An Evening with Jane Fonda" and her career; Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell talk about their upcoming movie The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017); Bryan Cranston discusses his upcoming comedy-drama Last Flag Flying (2017) and his upcoming stage play "Network"; comedian Matt Lucas tells about his memoir "Little Me: My Life from A-Z"; One Direction member Niall Horan performs his solo single "Too Much to Ask".
Former United States First Lady and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton discusses last year's presidential campaign and her new book "What Happened"; Hollywood star Jeff Goldblum talks about his upcoming superhero sequel Thor: Ragnarok (2017); Scottish action star Gerard Butler promotes his upcoming disaster movie Geostorm (2017); comedian Jack Whitehall tells about his upcoming action comedy series Bounty Hunters (2017) and his upcoming Netflix special Jack Whitehall: At Large (2017) (TV); Grammy Award-winning jazz singer Gregory Porter performs Nat 'King' Cole's classic "Mona Lisa" with Jeff Goldblum on piano.