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The Graham Norton Show

  • Season 28
  • 26 episodes
  • Comedy
  • Entertainment

Summary

The Bafta-winning talk show featuring the brightest conversation on television.

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Episode 25: Compilation - Part One

Summary

The first of two compilations of highlights from the recent series. Among those chatting to the host are George Clooney, Gal Gadot, Tom Hanks, Jessica Chastain, Hugh Grant, Dolly Parton, Samuel L Jackson, Kylie Minogue, Arsene Wenger, Nicola Adams, Dua Lipa, Bruce Springsteen, Kristin Scott Thomas, Nicole Kidman, Gary Barlow, Viola Davis, Michael J Fox, Tina Fey, Emily Blunt, Jamie Dornan, Mariah Carey and Bill Bailey.
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Review

If for some reason you’ve missed any of this series, here’s your chance to catch up courtesy of a nifty compilation of all the most memorable bits. It’s also a reminder of what splendid A-list guests Graham manages to attract. 

Among my highlights was when Tom Hanks revealed his “horrible” new haircut for his latest film role and hearing about the terrible pranks that George Clooney plays on his friend Brad Pitt (intriguingly he said he was in the middle of one that he couldn’t talk about but that could land him in jail). But there are plenty of other great interviews, among them Bill Bailey, Mariah Carey and Dolly Parton.   

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Cast

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HostGraham Norton
GuestGeorge Clooney
GuestGal Gadot
GuestTom Hanks
GuestJessica Chastain
GuestHugh Grant
GuestDolly Parton
GuestSamuel L Jackson
GuestKylie Minogue
GuestArsene Wenger
GuestNicola Adams
GuestDua Lipa
GuestBruce Springsteen
GuestKristin Scott Thomas
GuestNicole Kidman
GuestGary Barlow
GuestViola Davis
GuestMichael J Fox
GuestTina Fey
GuestEmily Blunt
GuestJamie Dornan
GuestMariah Carey
GuestBill Bailey

Crew

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DirectorSteve Smith
Executive producerGraham Stuart
Series producerJon Magnusson

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