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The Graham Norton Show

Who is on Graham Norton tonight? - What TIME does it start?

A special Graham Norton Show will air this Friday night as the beloved TV presenter gives us an insight into what goes on behind closed doors.

Each week, Graham attempts to out-do the celebrities that he has squished together on his red sofa, and this Friday is no different, with special guests combined with montage clips. It’s literally an A-list overload!

Here’s everything we know about tonight’s episode of The Graham Norton Show!

The Graham Norton Show

Is Graham Norton on Tonight?


The Graham Norton Show is on BBC One tonight (Friday, January 4th).

It starts at 10:35 pm. 

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Graham’s red sofa will be jam-packed with the U.K’s best actors, comedians and musician.

There’s former Doctor Who star David Tennant alongside musician and comedian Bill Bailey.

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And the humour doesn’t stop there with the star of Gavin and Stacey, Rob Brydon, also joining the gang.

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Regular Graham Norton guest Miriam Margolyes is back to cause more mayhem while stand-up comedian Josh Widdicombe is around to share plenty of topical anecdotes.

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This special also features classic stories told by such stars as Robbie Williams, Maggie Smith, Salma Hayek, Kate Beckinsale, and Tom Hanks!

How to Watch The Graham Norton Show

The Graham Norton Show airs every Friday night on BBC One.

It starts at 10.35 pm.

All episodes are available on the BBC iPlayer once they have finished airing. Simply head over to

Graham Norton is also available worldwide through streaming services Direct TV, Hulu, BBC America,, Just Watch and YouTube TV.



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