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The Graham Norton Show

The Graham Norton Show regularly reaches a weekly UK audience of over 4 million viewers on BBC One as well as millions of international viewers watching in several territories across the world. The multi-award winning show is about to completed it’s 18th series in the UK. Series 19 starts in the Spring of 2016.

  • I first worked with Graham Norton in 1998 on the original pilot of So Graham Norton for Channel 4. Since then he I've directed well over 600 editions of Graham’s talk-shows in various formats on Channel 4, Comedy Central and both BBC One and Two. He continues to direct The Graham Norton Show on BBC One.
  • When Graham moved to the BBC in 2005 he presented a new topical weekly show called The Bigger Picture, which ran for three series on Monday nights on BBC One. In each show Graham and his 4 celebrity guests would take a closer more satirical look at story’s from the weeks newspapers. To ensure the show was up-to-date it was record  about an hour before transmission.
  • In the spring of 2007  The Graham Norton Show was launched on Thursday nights on BBC Two. The comedy talk-show features a topical monologue from Graham, chat with three celebrity guests, plus great music performances as well as members of the audience telling anecdotes on the infamous red chair. The show ran for four series before transferring to BBC One in the summer of 2009. The series has gone from strength to strength and recently received another BAFTA award for Best Comedy & Comedy Entertainment Programme (2015).

Graham Norton Programmes from So Television.

  • Executive Producer: Graham Stuart
  • Producer: Jon Magnusson 
  • So Graham Norton: Channel 4 (Series 1-5 from 1998-2001)
  • V Graham Norton: Nightly on Channel 4 (Series 1-5 from 2002-2003)
  • NY Graham Norton: Recorded in New York for Channel 4 (Jan-March 2004)
  • The Graham Norton Effect: Comedy Central USA (June-September 2004)
  • The Bigger Picture: BBC Two (Series 1-3 from 2005-2006)
  • The Graham Norton Show: BBC One (Series 1-18 from 2007-present) 

Graham Norton is one of the best known presenters on British Television. His Channel 4 chat shows So Graham Norton and V Graham Norton became some of the channel's highest rated shows and picked up nearly every award going, including 4 BAFTAs

The Graham Norton Show has received numerous awards for both Graham and the production team including BAFTA's, Rose D'Or Awards, Royal Television Society Awards, British Comedy Awards, National TV Awards and an International Emmy.

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