Sir Tom Jones makes his sixth appearance on the Ross sofa. If he can squeeze two more in before the curtain falls for the final time, he'll equal Ricky Gervais. Jimmy Carr makes his sixth appearance on the Ross Sofa. If he can squeeze two more in before the curtain falls for the final time, he'll equal Sir Tom Jones.
Penn & Teller and Ellen Page make their debut appearances on the Ross Sofa. If they can squeeze seven more appearances in...moreless
The shy and retiring Robin Williams, the average-looking Elle Macpherson and the not very funny Tim Minchin are Jonathan's guests this week. Three fibs in one synopsis - a record?
Music from the colourless Mark Ronson.
Actors Warwick Davis and Nick Frost park themselves on the Ross sofa this week to plug stuff, or just to shelter from the unseasonably gloomy weather. There's room for Alexandra Burke, too.
Music from Ellie Goulding.
With European airspace open again, the only ashes up for discussion will be The Ashes and how Australia don't have them. That would be my first topic for Russell Crowe, anyway... Also this week; comedian Reginald D. Hunter and there's music - of a sort - from Dizzee Rascal. For the ladies, there's David Gandy - male eye candy.moreless
Due to an angry volcano in Iceland, the guests in the studio are Jeremy Clarkson, Louie Spence and the Modfather himself Paul Weller. Demi Moore, Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow, all join Jonathan via satellite. Technology 1 - Mother Nature 0.
30 Rock star Tina Fey is this week's American guest; chef, Heston Blumenthal, who includes salmon poached in liquorice on the menu of The Fat Duck and Aaron Johnson, star of Nowhere Boy.
Music from Groove Armada ft. Will Young.
Nanny McPhee, aka Emma Thompson talks to Jonathan about her Big Bang; scientist, Brian Cox talks about the Big Bang and the new Doctor Who, Matt Smith talks about aliens in Cardiff.
Music from the staggeringly fabulous Goldfrapp.
Charlotte Church and James Corden are Jonathan's guests tonight, along with the cast of Outnumbered and Amy Williams, who won Britan's first individual Gold for 30 years in the Women's Bob Skeleton event in Vancouver.
The first lady of pop madness, Lady GaGa return to perform and chat. Her 'chat' during her last appearance was monosyllabic - hopefully she's a little more verbose this time. Stephen Moyer, star of True Blood joins Jonathan to tell him why vampires are the new black.
Alice in Wonderland gets the Tim Burton treatment and Tim Burton gets the Rossy treatment this week. Lord Lloyd Webber promotes another of his stage shows in the guise of Over the Rainbow and there's music from Sade.
Oh, and someone called Johnny Depp.
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan makes up for last week's mob of underwhelming guests, while Lorraine Kelly appears before a large audience and John Barrowman brings a barrow-load of testosterone to the studio.
Music from Marina & The Diamonds and John Barrowman (separately).
Kim Cattrall graces the Ross sofa again, whilst there are debut appearances from the cast of E4's Misfits and X-Factor rejects John and Edward.
Music - hopefully not a cover of Ghostbusters - from Editors.