No Late Late this week, but there's plenty of Irish interest in the Graham Norton Show
Staying in tonight?
There's no Late Late Show this week as the show breaks for the summer, so there's only one port of call if you're staying at home in front of the TV as far as the chat show options are concerned this evening.
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Over on Graham Norton, there's a typically great lineup to help start your weekend.
Have you watched the latest season of Black Mirror since it came out this week? If you have, you'll be very familiar with the episode called Smithereens, featuring Irish actor Andrew Scott.
He will will on the couch on Friday night to discuss the latest instalment of Charlie Brooker's creation on Netflix.
Singer-turned-actress Paloma Faith also joins in the fun on the sofa, to talk about her new acting role as a villain.
She will be playing Bet Sykes in upcoming DC Comics series Pennyworth, a series about the early life of Bruce Wayne's butler, Alfred.
Elsewhere, Stephen Fry will be discussing his tour Mythos: A Trilogy, and there will be some comedic relief from Lee Mack, who will be promoting Horrible Histories: The Movie.
The Graham Norton Show is on BBC One tonight at 10.35pm.