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|Signing off for his summer break, Graham is joined on his final show by author and columnist Shirley Conran and comedian Jenny Eclair.|
And for the final time until the autumn the nation's favourite agony uncle is joined by Maria McErlane for 'Grill Graham', where your problems are solved live on air. Plus 'I Can't Believe It's Not Better' revisits some of the worst songs ever to hit the charts and Graham will hear about another'Tune With A Tale', where one unfortunate listener chats to Mr Norton about their personal interpretation of a familiar song.
Plus there's regular travel updates with Bobbie Pryor.
A vibrant mix of music and celebrity guests. Including dilemmas in Grill Graham, and a listener tells Graham their Tune with a Tale.
for Graham Norton with music and chat.
With guests, plus Maria McErlane has more listener problems in Grill Graham.
Graham's guests include writer Mark Haddon and broadcaster Clive Anderson
Graham is joined by author Wilbur Smith and singer Holly Johnson, plus Norton and McErlane attempt to solve more Grill Grahams, and there's another shocking single in I Can't Believe It's Not Better.
With special guests Paloma Faith and Sir Cameron Mackintosh, plus Maria McErlane tries to solve problems in Grill Graham.
, plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams, and there's another dire disc in I Can't Believe It's Not Better.
With special guests Kathleen Turner and Phil Daniels, plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams, and there's another dire disc in I Can't Believe It's Not Better.
Graham's guests include actor Simon Russell Beale and singer Alexandra Burke.
Graham's guests are actor-comedian Kevin Bishop and the cast of Forbidden Broadway. Plus Maria McErlane is back with more Grill Graham dilemmas, and one lucky listener nominates another rotten record in the slot that won't go away: I Can't Believe It's Not Better.
With guests, James Bond novelist William Boyd and Coronation Street star Les Dennis. Plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
Graham returns with a new series, with guests: former James Bond, Sir Roger Moore, and actress Sheridan Smith. Plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Graham problems and one lucky listener (ahem) nominates another Tune With A Tale.
With guests, the actors Russell Tovey and James Fleet; plus more Grill Grahams with Maria McErlane.
In his final show of the current series, Graham is joined by guests Martin Freeman and Mark Benton. Graham and the team return on Saturday September 20th.
With guests Kylie Minogue, Enrique Iglesias and Lesley Joseph, plus Grill Graham with Maria McErlane, and another listener shares their Tune With A Tale.
With guests Jodie Prenger, plus the new hosts of The Voice, Emma Willis and Marvin Humes.
With guests singer Sheryl Crow and Sherlock star actor Andrew Scott, plus Maria McErlane has Grill Graham and there's another listener suggested Tune With A Tale.
With guests Imelda May and Kristin Davis, plus there's another shocking single in I Can't Believe It's Not Better, and Maria McErlane has two more Grill Graham problems.
With guests Dame Jacqueline Wilson and Elaine Paige.
With guests, Belinda Carlisle and Tales of The City author Armistead Maupin, plus Grill Graham with Maria McErlane.
With guests daring author Andy McNab and actress Imelda Staunton.
With guests, Pramface actor Angus Deayton, and the star of Silk, Rupert Penry Jones, plus there's another listener suggested Tune With A Tale, and Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
With guests actor Robert Webb and uber celebrity Cleo Rocos, plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams, and there's another listener nominated Tune With A Tale.
With Fern Britton, Conchita Wurst, Meow Meow and the cast of All Creatures Great and Small.
With guests: Dame Angela Lansbury, James Blunt and Grumpy Old Women stars Jenny Éclair, Kate Robbins and Susie Blake. Plus Maria McErlane with Grill Graham.
With singers Bette Midler and Jessie J.
Plus Graham chats to the cast of BBC ONE'S Atlantis:
Mark Addy as Hercules, Jack Donnelly as Jason and Robert Emms as Pythagoras.
And Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
With actor Steve Carell, the composer of Chicago and Cabaret, John Kander, plus singer Neil Sedaka.
And Maria McErlane has two more difficult dilemmas to solve in Grill Graham.
With writer Russell T Davies and the cast of the play And Then There Were None which includes actor Paul Nicholas.
With singers Rumer and Ronan Keating. Plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Graham problems.
With guests Ricky Wilson from Kaiser Chiefs, and DCI Banks' star Stephen Tompkinson. Plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
With actors Michael Urie, Maxine Peake and Meera Syal, plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
With McBusted, Anne Reid and Kris Marshall, plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams and there's another dire disc in I Can't Believe It's Not Better.
With Bake-Off Queen Mary Berry, actress Dervla Kirwan and singer Jessie J. Plus Maria McErlane opens the Grill Graham post bag once more.
Graham is live from Copenhagen, home to Eurovision 2014.
With guests: Downton actor Julian Ovenden and actor-director Daniel Evans. Plus a live performance from Katie Brayben, star of Beautiful the Carole King Musical.
Graham Norton talks to Judy Finnigan and Helen Lederer, plus live music from Tina Arena.
With James Dreyfus and Maureen Lipman chatting about the play Harvey. Plus the return of S Club 7. And Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
With guests comedian Harry Hill, actress Catherine Tate and author Patricia Cornwell. Plus Grill Graham with Maria McErlane.
Guests include author Michael Morpurgo and actor Rory Bremner, plus there's Grill Graham with Maria McErlane.
Guests include comic Gina Yashere and actor Nick Frost; plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams and there's another Tune With A Tale.
With actor and TV panellist David Mitchell, broadcaster Terry Wogan and writer Lucy Mangan. Plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
With guests, James Bond composer David Arnold, the star of Poldark, actor Aidan Turner, and singer Kelly Clarkson. Plus more Grill Grahams with Maria McErlane.
With singer and presenter Clare Teal plus the cast of Jonathan Harvey's play, Beautiful Thing: Charlie Brooks with Thomas Law and Gerard McCarthy. And there are more Grill Grahams with Maria McErlane.
Graham is joined by actors BJ Novak and Rebecca Callard and writer Danny Brocklehurst.
The best of Graham's guests from 2014 including Martin Freeman, Roger Moore, Angela Lansbury, Kathleen Turner, Conchita Wurst and Bette Midler. Plus Maria McErlane has the final Grill Grahams of the year.
With Andrew Lloyd Webber plus conductor, arranger and musicologist John Wilson. Maria McErlane opens the Grill Graham post bag.
With guests Broadchurch actor Andrew Buchan and author Marian Keyes, plus Maria McErlane has more Grill Grahams.
Guests: actresses Stephanie Cole, Patricia Hodge and Caroline Quentin, plus more problems almost solved in Grill Graham with Maria McErlane.
In a music special, Graham is joined by guests Donny Osmond and Nicole Scherzinger. Plus there's another dire disc in I Can't Believe It's Not Better, and a smattering of the week's newest releases.
This week, Graham is joined by celebrated illustrator Sir Quentin Blake who talks about penning the text for the book Three Little Monkeys, which features illustrations by Emma Chichester Clark. Claridges Executive Chef Martyn Nail unveils his new book, Claridges: The Cookbook. Plus Graham talks First Dates with French Maitre d'hotel Fred Sirieix who lifts the lid on the restaurant world with his latest book Secret Service. And Maria McErlane is on hand to solve more listeners' problems.
Graham is joined leading West End actors Anne-Marie Duff & Kenneth Cranham talking about their new play Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle. Financial Times fashion editor Jo Ellison unveils a collection of fairytale frocks in her new book Vogue: The Gown and journalist turned author Jessica Fellowes delves into an unsolved murder from the twenties for her debut novel, The Mitford Murders. Plus Maria McErlane is on hand to help with your dilemmas.
Designer Orla Kiely stops by for a chat about her new book 'Pattern', author and TV host Mary Berry discusses her latest book 'Household Tips and Tricks', and actors Rory Kinnear and Oliver Chris talk about their new play, the world premiere of 'Young Marx' at The Bridge in London. Plus Graham and Maria McErlane try to solve more listener-generated problems.
Academy Award winning composer Leslie Bricusse talks about a new version of his family musical, Scrooge, at The Curve in Leicester. Festive family fun continues with Elaine Paige who stars as Queen Rat in the forthcoming London Palladium panto, Dick Whittington and it's Project Polunin with Ukranian dance superstar Sergei Polunin who will be changing people's perceptions of dance at the London Coliseum.