Popular late-night chat show, The Graham Norton Show is back on screens tonight. 

With a star-studded couch, the show is loved and praised for Norton's unique way to make guests comfortable and his quick wit. 

Last week saw Norton joined by the Oscar-nominated star of stage and screen Lesley Manville who chatted to the host about her new film Mrs Harris Goes to Paris. 

Alongside Manville, Paddington and Downtown Abbey star Hugh Bonneville discussed his new memoir "Playing Under The Piano" on the couch. 

Star of James Bond and Captain Marvel Lashana Lynch chatted about her new projects The Woman King and the new Netflix film Matilda. 

Grime artist-turned-Bafta-winning TV chef Big Zuu discussed his popular show Big Zuu's Big Eats with Norton and fellow stars. 

Rounding off the guests was Eurovision star Sam Ryder who chatted and performed his latest song, Somebody. 

Who's on The Graham Norton Show today?

This week will see Norton will be joined by the stars of the new black comedy The Banshees of Inisherin, Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. 

The pair will discuss the acclaimed film that follows the story of two friends that come into turmoil when one suddenly refuses to talk to the other.

Also joining the couch is Oscar-nominated Hollywood star Kate Hudson who will be discussing her new film, the sequel to Knives Out, Glass Onion. 

Hudson has been in a wide range of popular films including the hits How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and Almost Famous.

Hudson will be joined by actress-turned-director Elizabeth Banks, who will discuss her new comedy-drama Call Jane. 

Before Banks started her directing career, she starred in The Hunger Games, Role Models and Power Rangers.

British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful will also chat with Norton, reflecting on his new memoir, A Visible Man. 

Enninful has been editor-in-chief at the iconic magazine since 2017, before that he was appointed fashion director at 18 years old.

Bringing the music this week is Self Esteem who will perform her latest hit single Wizardry. 

Watch The Graham Norton Show at 10.40pm on BBC One.