Here's the line-up for tonight's episode of The Graham Norton Show
Staying in this Friday night?
You don't have to, you know.
There's barely any restrictions left.
In the words of Bane – do as you please.
But do it responsibly and be sound to others, yeah? Cheers.
Maybe you should just stay inside. Maybe it's too cold and scary out there.
If that's the case, you could either watch The Late Late Show – it's a Eurosong special this week – or The Graham Norton Show. That's it. That's all you have, I'm afraid.
Should your remote venture towards the BBC, you can look forward to Norton in conversation with the likes of...
...Uma Thurman, for one. The star of iconic movies such as Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill be on hand to discuss her new thriller series Suspicion, which has just premiered on Apple TV+.
Based on the Israeli series False Flag, Suspicion centres on the lives of five people who have their lives torn asunder after being identified by police as suspects in a high profile kidnapping and subsequent disappearance.
Rocketman sensation Taron Egerton is also on board to talk up his debut on the West End stage.
Friends – and Scream – fixture Courteney Cox will presumably be in celebratory mood, given this week's announcement that the long-running horror franchise is set for a sixth instalment.
And that's not all. The great Minnie Driver is also advertised, ready to go on-depth on season two of her podcast; Minnie Questions. Decent name, in fairness.
If that's not enough for you, how about West Side Story actor Ariana DeBose?
And can we interest you in music from Lola Young?
Good, because literally all of the above names are set to appear.
The Graham Norton Show is on BBC One Northern Ireland on Friday – 4 February – at 11.05pm.
Did you know the inspiration behind this iconic moment?🕺 Pulp Fiction's Uma Thurman will be joining us this week! pic.twitter.com/8DP2KMYrGn
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