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Series 12 - Episode 5
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Gillian Anderson made a splendid, withered-but-still-ravishing Miss Havisham in last Christmas’s BBC1 version of Great Expectations. In early publicity stills Helena Bonham Carter looks similarly doomed-yet-winsome in her ruined wedding garb as the barmy eternal spinster in director Mike Newell’s film version, released next week.
She takes her place tonight alongside Norton regular Jack Whitehall, surfing the crest of a comedy wave with his successful TV shows Fresh Meat and Bad Education, and lovely Michael Palin, whose Brazilian odyssey ended on BBC1 last week. Music comes from the charming and funny Michael Bublé.
Graham chats to actress Helena Bonham Carter, comedian and Fresh Meat star Jack Whitehall, globe-trotting funnyman Michael Palin and crooner Michael Buble, who also provides the musical entertainment.
Full Episode Guide
Proof that Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman are the best chat show guests
Giant teddy bear, anyone?
Graham Norton tells Piers Morgan to "grow a pair" following Ewan McGregor row
How Graham Norton’s Big Red Chair “changed lives”
Graham Norton’s big red chair is getting a spin-off
Chris Pratt tried a magic trick on The Graham Norton Show and completely screwed it up
Wizards unite! Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch together is actually spellbinding
Why Will Smith is the ultimate chat show guest
Graham Norton quits Twitter, says it's "not a happy world"
Could the publication of BBC presenter salaries reveal a gender pay gap?
Spider-Man star Tom Holland found out he'd got the role via the Marvel website: "I thought they would call me at least!"
Peter Capaldi to appear on the Graham Norton Show to discuss his decision to leave Doctor Who
Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor say they both regret their ten-year falling out