The Graham Norton Show has become such a staple of my Friday night viewing plans that one week without it, and I'm at a loss of what to do. Find yourself in the same boat? Well, thankfully they're back to regular scheduling this week so no need to hit the panic button just yet.
Taking last Friday night off due to Paddy's Day falling during the week (at least that's the only logical explanation I can come up with for them abandoning us...), things are back on track for this week and Graham has already announced who will be joining him on the show. Ready?
Leading the line-up this week, Graham will welcome fellow Irish man Liam Neeson on for a chat. He'll be joined by Micheàl Richardson, who Neeson stars alongside in the comedy-drama Made in Italy.
French actor Tahar Rahim will also pop on to discuss his new movie The Mauritanian in which he delivers a breakout performance as Mohamedou Ould Slahi - a suspect in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, held uncharged at Guantánamo Bay.
Other guests include English actress and writer Cush Jumbo, Rob Brydon of Gavin and Stacey fame (he plays the famous Uncle Bryn) and Dragon's Den star Deborah Meaden.
Music on the night will come from singer-songwriter Laura Mvula who will perform her new track Church Girl - 80s-inspired and likely to have you up and grooving around your living room in no time.
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Sounds like we're in for a good 'un. Catch the show over on BBC One this Friday night at 10:45pm.