Graham is back - here's who will be joining him on the sofa for the newest episode of his 29th season.

First up, comedy legend Billy Connolly will be talking with Graham about his autobiography 'Windswept & Interesting'. The 78-year-old Scot, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, retired from live performances in 2018 due to the sickness. The stand-up comic famously told an audience member sitting in the Red Chair to "shut the f*ck up".

The most recent Doctor, Jodie Whittaker, will be appearing in tonight's episode. Her final series starring in 'Doctor Who' will arrive this Halloween, kicking off on BBC One on October 31.

Another comedian will be joining the ranks tonight, with Lenny Henry discussing his brand new release, a children's book entitled 'The Boy With Wings'.

Renowned 87-year-old TV, film and stage actress Dame Eileen Atkins from 'Paddington 2' and 'The Crown' will also be promoting her new book on the show. Her memoir 'Will She Do?: Act One of a Life on Stage' is available now.

Finally, music on the night will be from Coldplay. The Chris Martin-led pop group are back on the scene, and their latest single sees them collaborate with K-Pop group BTS. The track is called 'My Universe'.

You can expect all of this as well as plenty more intrepid members of the audience attempting to recount an anecdote from the dreaded red chair before having their lives flash before their eyes at the pull of a lever.

Catch all of this on 'The Graham Norton Show' tonight at 10.35 pm on BBC One.