Saturdays, 10:00 PM ET on BBCA
Fridays, 5:35 PM ET on BBC One
The outrageous Irish host is joined by celebrity guests to discuss current topics of interest in this weekly chatfest.
Among the guests on Graham's sofa are Oscar winner Nicole Kidman, starring in Civil War drama The Beguiled; musician Keith Urban; theatre and screen star Alan Cumming, talking about his memoir You Gotta Get Bigger Dreams; and singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, who performs Be Myself.
You know what is better than a few celebrity interviews? Four possibly drunken celebrities sitting on the same couch while interviewed by a fabulously funny and flamboyant Irishman. Throw in the some internet fails, musical guests, skits, occasional audience participation, the RED CHAIR, all with a UK spin and that is one amusing show.
He's just so funny and bitchy, his opening monologue is unmissable, yet his gives his interviewees space to talk, unlike a lot of late night talk show hosts. He always says (and I'm not quoting this perfectly), "We let you the audience decide whether or not you like them, we don't *tell* you that you should like them." I love that. They all sit with their chosen drinks and the banter can be side splitting. Plus, Graham is just so funny, he picks great segments and everyone's pretty much sloshed so they happily go along with it. From days past, if you ever watched Father Ted (one of the all time best sitcoms) Graham Norton was the competitive priest who tried to do Michael Flately's 'Riverdancing' in a crap caravan one very cold and rainy weekend. He was fabulous. One of my favourite episodes, ever.
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