Friday Night with Jonathan Ross - Season 17

BBC (ended 2010)


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Episode Guide

  • Hugh Grant, Eddie Izzard, The Priests, Rihanna.
    Jonathan talks to Hugh Grant, the luckiest art dealer of them all and Eddie Izzard, the marathon-running, cross-dressing actor/comedian. Music from Rihanna and The Priests, but not together.
  • Jenson Button, Andre Agassi, Terry Wogan, N-Dubz.
    Former Wimbledon Champion and Crystal Meth user, Andre Agassi and the Formula 1 World Champion, Jenson Button, provide a sporty 'thrust' to this week's programme, whilst Terry Wogan doesn't. Music from N-Dubz.
  • Gordon Ramsay, Reese Witherspoon, Russell Howard, Them Crooked Vultures.
    A welcome return to the Ross sofa for chef Gordon Ramsay, who isn't as sweary as he used to be, apparently. Thank *&~# for that. Actress Reese Witherspoon and comedian Russell Howard makes their début appearances on the programme, as does new band, Them Crooked Vultures.
  • Jeremy Clarkson, Peter Kay, Laurence Fishburne, Muse.
    The delicate, considered thoughts of Jeremy Clarkson will enthral everyone tonight, as will the satire of Peter Kay. Not a strictly accurate description of the guests, but I'm sure you get the point. Music from Teignmouth's finest, Muse.
  • Sarah Harding, Gerard Butler, Michael McIntyre, David Haye, Arctic Monkeys.
    The blonde one from Girls Aloud, Sarah Harding, joins Jonathan to talk about... (add when I actually find out ) Gerard Butler, who stars in (add when I actually find out) and Michael McIntyre, who will be plugging a DVD or an upcoming television performance. The new, British, WBA heavyweight world champion, David Haye keeps the guests in order. Music from Arctic Monkeys.moreless
  • Jimmy Carr, Serena Williams, Robbie Williams.
    The old pals act is in full effect tonight, as Jonathan's regular tennis opponent, Jimmy Carr, turns up to mention that tickets for his tour are still available. Serena Williams talks about her autobiography, covering the first 28 years of her life...
  • Christopher Walken, Dominic Cooper, The Stylistics, Dara O'Briain, Green Day.
    Music from Green Day and chat from a load of other people.
  • Joanna Page, Boy George, Tim Minchin, Jamie Cullum.
    Boy George talks to Jonathan about his recent 'visit' to jail; there's also chat from Aussie comedian Tim Minchin and Gavin and Stacey actress, Joanna Page. Music from Jamie Cullum.
  • Jack Dee, Vince Vaughn, Alesha Dixon, Paloma Faith.
    Jack Dee equals Ricky Gervais's appearances record and will undoubtedly look delighted about it. Alesha Dixon appears (probably at the request of the BBC)and will try desperately to justify replacing Arlene Phillips as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing, despite having limited experience as a dancer, unlike Arlene, who's experience spans 50 years.moreless
  • Chris Evans, Jeremy Piven, JLS, Kasabian.
    Chris Evans, who's career has been rejuvenated at Radio 2, joins Jonathan to talk about his autobiography and his impending move to the coveted Radio 2 breakfast show. Music from Kasabian.
  • Friday Night with Streisand and Ross
    This week's programme is dedicated to the double-Oscar winning, film directing, movie producing, screenwriting, all-singing nemesis of South Park, Barbra 'Mecha' Streisand.
  • Armstrong & Miller, Verne Troyer, Graham Norton, Shakira.
    Alexander Armstrong, Ben Miller, Verne Troyer and Shakira are this week's guests of note.
  • Sir David Attenborough, Eddie Izzard, Eva Herzigova, Peter Andre, Jay-Z.
    Three rather fabulous guests this week: Sir David Attenborough, Eddie Izzard and Jay-Z. Also appearing - Peter Andre and Eva Herzigova.
  • Barry Manilow, Alan Davies, Eva Mendes, Jamie T.
    Rock 'n' roll raiser of hell, Barry Manilow swings by to hang with J Ro and swap tales of debauchery, excess and possibly tips on how to win on the bandits in Vegas.
  • Stuart Broad, Jamie Oliver, Ricky Gervais, Mika.
    Jonathan returns with the 17th series of his chat show. To get things going in the first episode: 'mockney' chef Jamie Oliver, that bloke from The Office, Ricky Gervais and Stuart Broad, who helped England regain the Ashes this summer with a five-wicket haul at the Oval. Hurrah! Music from Mika.moreless