It's all about new books, it would seem, on this week's 'The Graham Norton Show,' as the series airs the third episode of their latest season.

For sports fans, legendary French football manager Arsène Wenger will be joining 'The Graham Norton Show' to talk about his autobiography 'My Life in Red and White'.

Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson will be on with his wife Latanya Richardson Jackson.

They'll be chatting about new documentary 'Enslaved : The Lost History of the Transatlantic Slave Trade'.

The couple executive produced it together and Samuel headlines.

The six part series kicked off on BBC Two last weekend and sheds new light on 400 years of human trafficking.

Actress and comedian Dawn French will promoting her latest novel 'Because of You'.

The work has been described as being about mothers and daughters, love and loss, mistakes and regret.

Then cricketer and Top Gear presenter Freddie Flintoff is also promoting a new book.

Titled 'Right, Said Fred', it mocks the absurdities of modern life.

Last but not least, for the musical guest, recent Mercury Prize winner Michael Kiwanuka performs his current single "Light".

'The Graham Norton Show' airs tonight (16 October) on BBC One at a later time of 10.45 p.m.