The veteran chat show host returns with another selection of irreverent, no-holds-barred interviews with the stars. He begins by welcoming Harry Styles to the studio, fresh from his big-screen acting debut in Christopher Nolan's celebrated Second World War drama Dunkirk. Bafta Award-winning actress Suranne Jones also takes a seat on the sofa to discuss the incoming second series of Doctor Foster, and professional distance runner Mo Farah gives his first TV interview since retiring from track racing. Plus, comedian John Bishop also puts in an appearance.
Jonathan Ross continues the latest series of his chat show. In this week's edition, Jonathan is joined by BRIT Award-winning, multi-platinum selling singer Rag'n'Bone Man, Game of Thrones and Hunger Games actress Natalie Dormer, and comedian Jack Dee - who talks about his new sitcom Bad Move.
This week Jonathan is joined by Paul Hollywood and Noel Fielding from The Great British Bake Off. Also appearing are Hollywood legends Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore, young British star Taron Egerton, and Oscar winning actress Halle Berry. Plus Craig David will be performing in the studio.
Jonathan welcomes US comedy legend Mel Brooks, F1 hero Lewis Hamilton, newly-married comedian Russell Brand and singer Paloma Faith, who chats and performs live.
In this week's edition of the chat show, Jonathan is joined by multi-award-winning singer and actress Demi Lovato, Doc Martin star Martin Clunes, presenter Holly Willoughby and chart-topping X Factor winner James Arthur.
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington joins Jonathan in the studio, and while he will no doubt be talked into chatting about the shocking developments for his character Jon Snow at the end of the show's penultimate series, discussion is likely to fall on the fact that he is starring as Robert Catesby - his own ancestor - opposite fellow guest Liv Tyler in the BBC's historical drama Gunpowder later this autumn. Also taking a seat on the sofa this evening are former Great British Bake Off presenter Sue Perkins, Grammy Award-winning singer Mary J. Blige, and comedian Rob Beckett. Plus, music by chart-topping singer Dua Lipa.
Jonathan Ross is joined by Hollywood star Vince Vaughn, best-selling grime and hip-hop musician Stormzy, award-winning actors Jamie Bell and Annette Bening, and presenter Bradley Walsh. Wasn't Expecting That singer Jamie Lawson performs live in the studio.
Jonathan is joined by record-breaking singer Ed Sheeran, world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay, and chart-topping singer Rita Ora, who chats and performs in the studio.
Jonathan Ross chats with legendary singer Tina Turner, UFC champion Conor McGregor, presenter and writer Clare Balding and actor Andrew Garfield, while the award-winning Plan B performs live in the studio.
Guests on tonight's show are Oscar-winning actress and director Jodie Foster, comedian and best selling children's author David Walliams, and stand-up comedian and GameFace star Roisin Conaty. Legendary singer Debbie Harry also chats to Jonathan before joining her best-selling group Blondie to perform in the studio.
Jamaican singer, songwriter, model, producer and actress Grace Jones joins Jonathan in the wake of the release of her autobiographical film, Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami. Also visiting the studio are X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger, TV presenter, author and former Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain, and comedian Micky Flanagan. Plus, chart-topping grime star Stormzy returns to perform.
In the last edition of the current series, Jonathan chats to comedy star Peter Kay, Hollywood star Luke Evans and award-winning actress and singer Sheridan Smith.
The host welcomes Hollywood star Jamie Dornan to the studio, following the debut of the first trailer for 50 Shades Darker, the sequel to the divisive erotic thriller 50 Shades of Grey, due in cinemas in February 2017. Also appearing are Millie Bobby Brown, Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo, the teenage stars of Stranger Things, the acclaimed Netflix's 1980s-set supernatural horror mini-series. Plus, comedian Rob Beckett and TV presenter Davina McCall take a seat on Jonathan's sofa, and Scandinavian singer Zara Larsson performs live.
Jonathan invites another selection of guests to take a seat in the green room. This time, US pop star Britney Spears chats with the host, and performs live in the studio. Also appearing are True Blood and The Legend of Tarzan star Alexander Skarsgard, and The Girl on the Train's Emily Blunt and Luke Evans.
The host is joined by Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell, who discusses the new series of the show, comedians Jack Whitehall and Alan Carr, and War Dogs star Miles Teller, who will talk about his upcoming boxing biopic Bleed For This. Plus, Years & Years perform in the studio.
The host is joined by QI funnyman and star of Jonathan Creek Alan Davies, whose latest stand-up DVD is released next month. Also dropping by are actor and comedian Russell Brand and impressionist Morgana Robinson, who is sure to demonstrate her famous impersonation of Brand. Plus, the newly reunited Bros, AKA twin brothers Matt and Luke Goss, talk about their one-off 30th anniversary show in London next year, and singer Rebecca Ferguson performs live.
The host is joined by Cold Feet stars James Nesbitt, John Thomson and Fay Ripley, who chat about the successful revival of the drama series. Jonathan also chats to comedian Joe Lycett, and Phil Collins, who will be performing in the studio.
The host is joined by singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes and The X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger, fresh from their appearances at the Rays of Sunshine concert at Wembley. Plus, Italian chef Gino D'Acampo and comedian Stephen Merchant discuss their latest projects.
Oscar-winning actor Michael Douglas, star of the likes of Wall Street, Basic Instinct and Romancing the Stone, joins Jonathan in the studio for a chat. Also appearing this week are Celebrity Juice `host' Keith Lemon, stand-up star John Bishop, and former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan, fresh from her turn playing Corporal Georgie Lane in the second series of the BBC's military drama Our Girl. Plus, American pop-rockers OneRepublic perform live.
The host is joined by controversial TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson, who discusses his new venture The Grand Tour, an upcoming series for Amazon Video, in which he will be reunited with James May and Richard Hammond. Singer Robbie Williams also drops by, comedian Micky Flanagan takes time out from his latest tour and pop sensations Little Mix provide the music.
Jonathan's guests in this festive chat show special are Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood, comedian Miranda Hart, award-winning actress Keira Knightley, pop princess Kylie Minogue and Britain's Got Talent judge and children's author David Walliams.