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Find out who's on The Graham Norton Show tonight

Find out who's on The Graham Norton Show tonight
Find out who's on The Graham Norton Show tonight

Popular late-night chat show, The Graham Norton Show is back on screens tonight.

With a star-studded couch, the show is loved and praised for Norton's unique way to make guests comfortable and his quick wit.

Last week saw the star of Doctor Who, David Tennant who is currently on stage in the West End in the hit show Good.

Alongside Tennant was an icon of movies and horror, Jamie Lee Curtis who promoted her new film Halloween Ends.

Actress Lydia West was also on the couch and is best known for her role in It's A Sin and chatted about her new show, in which she stars alongside Tennant, Inside Man. 

Comedy legend and star of Monty Python, Eric Idle also made an appearance.

Whilst Robbie Willaims brought the music to the show, performing his new single and chatting about his upcoming tour.

Who's on The Graham Norton Show today?

This week Norton is joined by the Oscar-nominate star of stage and screen Lesley Manville who has previously starred in Phantom Thread and more recently the BBC show Sherwood.

Manville will chat to the host about her latest film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris where she stars alongside Jason Isaacs.

Alongside Manville, is Paddington and Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville who will be sharing the news of his new memoir, 'Playing Under The Piano'.

Star of James Bond and Captain Marvel Lashana Lynch will be sharing the couch with the two actors.

Lynch will be chatting about her latest project The Woman King where she stars alongside Viola Davis as well as Matilda.

Grime artist-turned-Bafta-winning TV chef Big Zuu will also make an appearance.

The artist will be discussing his popular Dave show Big Zuu's Big Eats as well as his music.

Rounding off this week's group and bringing the music, is Eurovision star Sam Ryder who will chat and perform his latest song, Somebody.

Ryder gained second place at the Eurovision song contest this year, making it the most successful UK act in over 20 twenty years.

Watch The Graham Norton Show at 10.40pm on BBC One.